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Cinematronic by Michael Snyder
Film
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  Master of Disguise cinematronic
  director

Perry Andelin Blake

cast

Dana Carvey, Brent Spiner, Jennifer Esposito, Harold Gould, James Brolin, Maria Canals, Edie McClurg

year

2002

rating rating cinematronic
  Former "Saturday Night Live" comedy stalwart Dana Carvey, whose bawdy sketches about the sanctimonious Church Lady are still getting laughs in reruns, does one for the kids. He shouldn't have. "Master of Disguise" is masterfully awful, even if it lets the talented, likeable Carvey do what he does best: concoct a parade of silly characters. He plays inept waiter Pistachio Disguisey, who must realize his true calling as the last in a family line of heroic, magical quick-change artists capable of masquerading as virtually anyone. Carvey, Jennifer Esposito as his love interest, Brent Spiner (Data from "Star Trek") as the villain and Harold Gould as Grandpa Disguisey earn their keep. But the script is so stupid, so blatant and so devoid of laughs that its most effective gag is the bad guy's inability to control his gas problem. Although Carvey's impressions of famous people and movie icons (George W. Bush, Al Pacino as Scarface, etc.) might click with teens and adults, the humor is tortuously childish.  
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