Grant Heslov

In a post-'Get Out' world, this dusty old Coen Bros script can't cut it.
White picket fences and mailmen who know your name, this is 1950s suburbia, complete with cookies and milk. It’s also complete with the dark and sinister undertones we’ve come to expect from every contemporary film set in that period. And this is...
Watch David and Margaret's review from The Movie Show in 1996, above "Predictable but irresistible fun. Thank goodness we don't have to be PC anymore - we don't have to worry about laughing." - David Stratton  "Robin Williams' best turn on the bi...