The Master of Disguise | Chicago Reader

The Master of Disguise

Imagine combining bad imitations of the Ace Ventura and Austin Powers movies and you'll have a rough idea of this feeble Dana Carvey farce about an Italian-American named Pistachio Disguisey who, like his father and grandfather, is supposedly a master impersonator. The movie has to enlist Bo Derek and Jesse Ventura to achieve “imitations” of them, and George W. Bush in the flesh would have been much funnier than this movie's impersonation. The only time I chuckled was when Carvey tried to approximate a giant turtle. Percy Andelin Blake directed; with Jennifer Esposito, Mark Devine, and Harold Gould (2002). 80 min.

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