containing multitudes since 2004
Paramount trying to squeeze some extra, second-run bucks out of two box-office smashes. They were hemorrhaging dollars at that point, so it's somewhat understandable.
Perhaps the only theme or element unifying these two is that they're both set in spacious Manhattan apartments.
Query: with whom would you rather live -- Guy Woodhouse, or Felix Unger?I'm torn. . . .
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