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    Fast-talking con man Kevin Franklin (Sinbad) is in over his head: He owes $50,000 to the mob, and they want to collect. In order to jump out of hot water, Kevin poses as a family friend in an affluent Pennsylvania suburb.
    Duration: 113 min
    Quality: HD
    Release: 1995
    IMDb: 6.0
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  • Actors of "Houseguest"

  • Characters of "Houseguest"

    Kevin Franklin. Character of Houseguest
    Played by: Sinbad
    Gary Young. Character of Houseguest
    Played by: Phil Hartman
    Emily Young. Character of Houseguest
    Played by: Kim Greist
    Brooke Young. Character of Houseguest
    Played by: Kim Murphy
    Jason Young. Character of Houseguest
    Sarah Young. Character of Houseguest
    Played by: Talia Seider
    Pauly Gasperini. Character of Houseguest
    Joey Gasperini. Character of Houseguest
    Played by: Tony Longo
    Ron Timmerman. Character of Houseguest
    Played by: Jeffrey Jones
    Larry the Tattoo Artist. Character of Houseguest
    Played by: Stan Shaw
    Dr. Derek Bond. Character of Houseguest
    Played by: Ron Glass
    Steve 'ST-3'. Character of Houseguest
    Played by: Kevin Jordan
    Mr. Pike. Character of Houseguest
    Played by: Mason Adams
    Nancy Pike. Character of Houseguest
    Happy Marcelli. Character of Houseguest
    Played by: Don Brockett
    Vincent Montgomery. Character of Houseguest
    Played by: Kevin West
    Yogurt Store Kid. Character of Houseguest
  • Directors of "Houseguest"

    Randall Miller. Director of Houseguest
    Randall Miller
  • Creators of "Houseguest"

    Michael J. Di Gaetano. Director of Houseguest
    Michael J. Di Gaetano
    Lawrence Gay. Director of Houseguest
    Lawrence Gay
  • Critic Reviews of "Houseguest"

    New York Times
    May 20, 2003

    Turns out to be an inane fish-out-of-water comedy. Along the way it turns into a virtual McDonald's commercial, too. The fact that you can hardly tell the difference is a good clue to the movie's bad-television flavor.

    Los Angeles Times
    February 13, 2001

    As good-natured as its big, beefy star, comedian Sinbad.

    January 01, 2000

    Plot-wise, there's little here beyond a few insubstantial strands.

    San Francisco Chronicle
    January 01, 2000

    In its worst moments, Houseguest becomes a struggle in which a very human comedian fights to project his personality over the director's technological muddle. But the good news is that Sinbad wins.

    TV Guide
    August 12, 2009

    Comedy at its most formulaic.
    July 13, 2005

    Waste of Phil Hartman and Sinbad

    Mountain Xpress (Asheville, NC)
    August 14, 2003

    Who decided Sinbad needed to star in a movie and what should we do to them when we find out?
    May 27, 2003

    Tedious and unfocused...the contrivance in this forgettable comedy is inexplicably unbearable

    Kalamazoo Gazette
    July 29, 2002

    here's that eviction notice

    Deseret News, Salt Lake City
    January 01, 2000

    Like the housepest of the title, Sinbad's character here is more annoying than amusing and before the film is over you may just wish he'd go away.

    Austin Chronicle
    January 01, 2000

    A film that lacks solid construction from the ground up, something that can't be "fixed in the editing," I'm afraid.

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