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Plaza Suite(1971)

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  • Depressing bickering !

    • Will Fox
    • 1/10/15

    "Plaza Suite" is one of Neil Simon's worst of several depressing screenplays, including "California Suite," "London Suite," etc. Here, most manipulative, chronically complaining Walter Matthau fights with everyone in all three claustrophobic acts. All the bickering occurs only in one, Waldorf Astoria apartment, sequentially. The only charming character is Barbara Harris. She appears beguilingly only in the middle act of this bile sandwich. To validate this, British culture magazine TIME OUT deemed the "delightful" Harris "wasted" as "Muriel Tate," the married old flame of lecherous film producer Walter Matthau in a (single) segment of Neil Simon's "Plaza Suite" (1971).

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    • James Higgins
    • 4/11/10

    This comedy/drama has three separate stories are linked together with the common factor of all being set at The Plaza Hotel in New York City. Walter Matthau stars in all three as separate characters.I am not a big fan of Neil Simon's writing, NO ONE talks like he writes. People who come up with smug one liners in an instant are few and far between. Often his characters come off abrasive as well. But this film has a cast that saves the trite writing and make it worth watching. Maureen Stapleton, Lee Grant and Barbara Harris are quite memorable, especially Stapleton.

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