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Movies: Welcome to Mooseport
Wednesday, 2004 March 10 - 10:56 pm
Although clearly made to be a vehicle for Ray Romano, "Welcome to Mooseport" succeeds as charming romantic comedy.

You can pretty much figure out how this movie is going to end up, within the first few minutes of watching it. Ray Romano is predictable in his role as the slightly-befuddled-but-lovable boyfriend; it's pretty much the same character as the slightly-befuddled-but-lovable husband role he plays on TV. Maura Tierney plays the exasperated girlfriend, with much the same emotion we saw on "News Radio" or even "E.R.". Gene Hackman easily slides into his character as the powerful, intimidating ex-President.

So although this movie offers no great revelations or surprises, it also manages to be funny and charming, and the story moves along at a decent pace. I found it to be a good afternoon diversion, but it's not something I'll really remember a year from now.

Rating: 2 / 5
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