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    Unique ID Code: 0000045472
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    Added on: 26/2/2003 06:59
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    Three to Tango (UK)

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    All`s fair in the war of love
    Certificate: 12
    Running Time: 94 mins
    Retail Price: £12.99
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    Sooner or later the truth must be told. Oscar Novak (Matthew Perry) will finally come out of the closet and declare before friends that he is, well, straight. Or will he?

    A business tycoon (Dylan McDermott) mistakenly thinks that Oscar is gay and asks him to spy on his girlfriend Amy (Neve Campbell). Oscar, unwilling to hurt his chances of winning a lucrative multi-million dollar architectural contract from the mogul, agrees... and falls madly in love. Unfortunately for Oscar, Amy also thinks that he is gay, and when he is honoured as Chicago`s Gay Professional of the Year, he has to make a decision - will he continue to live a lie or is it time to face the consequences, come out of the closet and tell the world that he is secretly... straight?

    Special Features:

    Audio Tracks:
    Dolby Digital 5.1 English

    Directed By:
    Damon Santostefano

    Written By:

    Cylk Cozart
    Oliver Platt
    Dylan McDermott
    Neve Campbell
    Matthew Perry

    Casting By:
    Marion Dougherty

    Soundtrack By:
    Duncan Sheik
    Graeme Revell

    Director of Photography:
    Walt Lloyd

    Stephen Semel

    Costume Designer:
    Vicki Graef

    Production Designer:
    David Nichols

    Bettina Sofia Viviano
    Jeffrey Silver
    Keri Selig
    Susan E. Novick
    Robert F. Newmyer
    John M. Eckert

    Executive Producer:
    Bruce Berman
    Lawrence Abramson

    Warner Home Video

    Your Opinions and Comments

    7 / 10
    This is my 400th review for this site. :)
    A nice little romantic comedy with a well known cast.
    Finally, Perry succeeds in a comic role (unlike his irritating role in "Friends").
    The video transfer is good. There are no compression signs and the picture is clear of any defects.
    The DD 5.1 soundtrack is good. There`s hardly any usage of the surrounds, but that`s acceptable for this kind of a movie.
    The menus are still with music.
    The disc offers no extras at all.
    Bottom line - a nice movie, but, alas, a bare disc.
    posted by Zvi Josef on 1/3/2003 15:13