Writer-director Edward Burns is a hard-luck PI in Looking for Kitty, David Krumholtz is the upstate rube who engages his services in a vain search for a runaway spouse. Sentimental yet insensate, this forgotten ‘04 trifle is Burns at his worst: Wounded men declare their independence from unseen bitch-goddesses, and the only good wives are dead ones. Meanwhile, Burns pads around Gotham, yammering yesterday’s op-eds about Disneyfication and ”classic New York holdouts.” He somehow manages to sound fogyish and immature.
Looking for KittyWriter-director Edward Burns is a hard-luck PI in Looking for Kitty, David Krumholtz is the upstate rube who engages his services in a...Looking for KittyDramaEd BurnsPT95MRWriter-director Edward Burns is a hard-luck PI in Looking for Kitty, David Krumholtz is the upstate rube who engages his services in a...2006-09-06Chris ParnellTHINKFilm
Genre: Drama; Starring: Ed Burns, David Krumholtz, Chris Parnell; Director: Ed Burns; Author: Ed Burns; Runtime (in minutes): 95; MPAA Rating: R; Distributor: THINKFilm
Posted September 6 2006 — 12:00 AM EDT
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