Raising Arizona
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  • Sure, it's a funny movie and all the actors do a very good job with their roles but Raising Arizona is just a little too goofy and stupid for my tastes
  • I just hope no one is that stupid to take someone else's baby just because they cannot have their own

    • by LuckyGrl
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      Raising Arizona is a 1987 movie about a couple who kidnaps a baby. Holly Hunter plays the wife, Ed, and Nicholas Cage plays her husband, H. I.

      Ed wants a baby so badly and H. I.

      has the hairbrained idea that they can get one from a married couple who has a set of quintuplets.


      I really like Holly Hunter and Nicholas Cage, but I’m not too keen on Raising Arizona.

      Sure, it’s a funny movie and all the actors do a very good job with their roles but Raising Arizona is just a little too goofy and stupid for my tastes. Raising Arizona revolves around Ed and ...


      • H.

        I. , a simple minded couple who want a child so badly that they take someone else’s baby.

        Ed and H. I.

        fight constantly, and I think that Ed tries to reason with H. I.

        in her own strange way but H. I.

        is such a dodo that he just doesn’t get it. This couple lives like

        white trash and the movie reflects their lifestyle.

        I just hope no one is that stupid to take someone else’s baby just because they cannot have their own! All in all, if you want a good laugh, Raising Arizona will give you some good belly laughs and most people really like this movie. I don’t know why!




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