The Master of Disguise (2002)  » Movies  »
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  • I would call it a blockbuster hit, but it has the ability to make a stand and be recognized as one of the best low budget films to date, hands down
  • I would recommend watching the cult favorite and make your own decision, as I can guarantee that you will like it

    • by Jermaine McKenzie
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      The Master of Disguise, directed by Perry Andelin Blake is rated PG by the Motion Picture Association of America for mild language and some crude humor. The original release data was August 2, 2002 for United States audience. This movie falls in the genre of Comedy/Family and stars Dana Carvey as Pistachio Disguisey, Brent Spiner as Devlin Bowman, Jennifer Esposito as Jennifer Baker, Harold Gould as Grandfather Disguisey, James

      Brolin as Fabbrizio Disguisey and Austin Wolff as Barney Baker.

      An italian family best known or not known for the ability to disguise themselves as anything set sights on a criminal mastermind bent on destroying the disguisey family name. Father Fabbrizio is kidnapped by Devlin Bowman and is used to commit crimes across the glode using his wonderful talent.

      Pistachio, the youngest and newest Disguisey must now do his family proud ...


      • by learning the ropes and rescuing his father from his demise.

        This is no easy task as Grandfather Disguisey makes clear to young Pistachio, he must go through some challenging events in order to prove his worth as a genuine master of disguise.

        This movie is so under-rated as a great comedy it is shameful. I would gladly want to keep watching this hilarious film again and again without hesitation. It

        truly is a magnificent piece of work.

        I would call it a blockbuster hit, but it has the ability to make a stand and be recognized as one of the best low budget films to date, hands down.

        I would recommend watching the cult favorite and make your own decision, as I can guarantee that you will like it…especially the scene where he dresses up like a turtle…very very funny! Enjoy!




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