Best In Show

Best In Show

Byr Christopher Guest

  • Genre: Comedy
  • Release: 2000-09-27
  • Rate: PG-13
  • Lenght: 1h 30min
  • Director: Christopher Guest
  • Producer: Castle Rock Entertainment
  • Country: United States of America
  • iTunes Price: USD 14.99
  • iTunes Rent: USD 3.99
7/10
7
From 352 Certification

Description

The tension is palpable, the excitement is mounting and the heady scent of competition is in the air as hundreds of eager contestants from across America prepare to take part in what is undoubtedly one of the greatest events of their lives - the Mayflower Dog Show. Castle Rock Entertainment brings you, "Best in Show", directed by Christopher Guest and written by Christopher Guest and Eugene Levy. This outrageous comedy is filled with an all star cast including, Parker Posey, Michael Hitchcock, John Michael Higgins, Michael McKean, Eugene Levy, Catherine O'Hara and Christopher Guest. Golden Globe nominee for Best Motion Picture - Musical/Comedy, and winner of American Comedy Award for funniest Motion Picture.

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Reviews

  • Amazingly Awkward

    5
    By Navy4life
    If you enjoy movies like "What we do in the Shadows" or TV series like "The Office", You'll probably love this movie. It's full of awkward moments that always seem to strike at just the right time, making it hilarious to watch. I ended up investing so much in the characters and yet, this is as silly as it gets. If you've always wondered about what kind of human being enters thier pooches into dog competitions, it's everything you've always imagined!
  • Too Real

    5
    By ZooZoo-er
    As someone immersed in the Dog Show world, and not blind to how surreal and comedic that truly is - I totally LOVED this movie - but I kept thinking that the rest of the world may never know how genuinely hysterical it actually is. Believe me, this mockumentary is more real than you may be comfortable believing...I know these people!
  • On of the funniest movies of all time

    5
    By ArielBH
    This is definitely my favorite of Christopher Guest’s movies, and it’s one of my favorite comedies overall. It’s rates right up there with Monty Python’s “Life of Brian”, though it’s an entirely different kind of comedy. Like Monty Python films, Guest’s films require that one have a quirky sense of humor and of irony and a taste for the surreal. Great cast ensemble with some of the best and brightest comedians of our generation, who work seamlessly well together. Highly recommended!
  • Don’t know what anyone sees in it

    1
    By steveald
    Waste of $3.00.
  • It looked really good

    5
    By Jill Zarin's Vsgina
    I did a Sophia Loren type Persian eye. It looked very dramatic, very showlike We both love soup and snow peas. Talking and not talking. We could talk and not talk for hours and still find things not to talk about.
  • Still funny years later!

    5
    By Jenny Raisanen
    This is one of my all time favorite movies! I laugh every time. Still fresh and funny after several years!
  • Guys, that was good

    5
    By GooberMountain
    Very well scripted! I loved it!!! Details are really important in making a movie THE best motion picture, and I see that kind of detail and expertise here! Excellent movie!! Good show!
  • Haha the lines in the move are the best

    5
    By olde-punque
    My 2 favorite lines in the movie are "we both like talking or not talking. Well we could talk or not talk for hours" And " my mom would always yell stop naming nuts and I would be like peanut, almond nut, cashew nut, pine nut, pistachio nut, red pistashio nut, all natural white pistachio nut"  i laughed so hard i cried lol
  • It's all about the dialogue

    5
    By anekola
    Absolutely love this movie! My parents and I recite lines... my friends and I recite lines... I think sometimes my dogs even recite lines... If you love dogs and laughter, you will adore this movie like we have!
  • Hilarious!

    5
    By FerFer4
    This movie is one of a kind! The characters are unique and funny. You will wish for a sequel!

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