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Taking Care of BusinessThe film tells the story of rich workaholic Spencer Barnes who has his entire life in a filofax organizer which mistakenly ends up in the hands of Jimmy Dworski, a convicted car thief, who poses as him.Genre: ComedyCountry: United StatesDuration: 108 minQuality: HDRelease: 1990IMDb: 6.5
Actors of "Taking Care of Business"
Characters of "Taking Care of Business"
Directors of "Taking Care of Business"Arthur HillerBirthdate: 22 November 1923, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
Creators of "Taking Care of Business"Jill MazurskyBirthdate: 12 April 1965, Los Angeles, California, USAJ.J. AbramsBirthdate: 27 June 1966, New York City, New York, USA
Critic Reviews of "Taking Care of Business"Chicago ReaderMay 21, 2013
This is a pretty stupid comedy in spots, with holes wide enough to drive trucks through, and director Arthur Hiller is as clunky as ever, but the cast is so funny and likable that they almost bring it off in spite of itself.Entertainment WeeklySeptember 07, 2011
Lamely synthetic.VarietyMarch 26, 2009
Brash Belushi and befuddled Grodin are perfect casting for yarn about a likable escaped con who assumes the identity of a stuffy, overworked ad agency exec.Time OutJanuary 26, 2006
The roles fit Belushi/Grodin like rubber, but the rest is second-rate.New York TimesMay 20, 2003
Taking Care of Business plays it safe and boring.Washington PostJanuary 01, 2000
This one is as predictable as sunrise and as stale as bedpost gum.Classic Film and TelevisionDecember 04, 2016
Fun comedy with satire and a pleasant performance by John de Lancie.Kalamazoo GazetteMarch 29, 2003
Typically bland, light-on-laughs mix-up farceFilm Freak CentralMay 01, 2002
A series lame jokes and clunky plot machinations that would strike as cynical were they not so obviously desperate.Deseret News, Salt Lake CityJanuary 01, 2000
Oh, what a couple of seasoned stars can do with a formula.Washington PostJanuary 01, 2000
It's also unexpectedly likeable, thanks to the high-spirited performances of stars James Belushi and Charles Grodin, under the relaxed direction by Arthur Hiller.
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