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Death at a Funeral


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Morgan is terrific, Dinklage is wonderful, Saldana proves her comedy chops, Wilson looks like he spent too much time in the world of "Idiocracy" and Glover is at his nasty-old-man best, but one of my favorite performances comes from Stillwater's own Marsden, who has been fun in comic roles in the past, but here is allowed to roll around crazily like a dropped bag of marbles. If his performance in "Hairspray" caught you by surprise, this one will bowl you over.

Highly recommended for adults.
 
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