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Benny & Joon
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  • Rated: PG
  • Genre: Comedy, Romance, Drama
  • Year: 1993
Audio
English: Stereo / Spanish & French: Stereo
Subtitles:
English, French & Spanish / Subtitled
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Benny & Joon
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  • Rated: PG
  • Genre: Comedy, Romance, Drama
  • Year: 1993
Audio
English 2.0 Surround DTS-HD Master Audio, Spanish Mono, French Dolby Surround

Synopsis

Johnny Depp (Sleepy Hollow), Mary Stuart Masterson (Bed of Roses) and Aidan Quinn (Practical Magic) star in this wonderfully unique and delightfully offbeat romantic comedy. Joon (Masterson) is a little unbalanced. Sometimes, without warning, her sweet nature gives wayto odd behaviorincluding a penchant for setting fires! She lives with her older brother Benny (Quinn), who has spent his life taking care of her since their parents died. One night, while playing in a poker game with unusual stakes, Joon loses her hand...and wins Sam (Depp), a whimsical misfit who soon charms his way into Joon's heart. Now if they can only find the perfect mate for her overprotective brother.... With charm, humor and an outstanding supporting cast that includes Oliver Platt (A Time to Kill) and Julianne Moore (Hannibal), Benny & Joon is the perfect movie for everyone.

Disc Information

**Audio Commentary
**Deleted Scenes
**Featurettes
**Music Video
**Original Trailer

Cast & Crew

Johnny Depp ... Sam
Mary Stuart Masterson ... Juniper "Joon" Pearl
Aidan Quinn ... Benny Pearl
Julianne Moore ... Ruthie
Oliver Platt ... Eric
CCH Pounder ... Dr. Garvey
Dan Hedaya ... Thomas

Reviews

Emanuel Levy Variety | April 08, 2006

As the outsider who courts the mentally ill Mary Stuart Masterson, Johnny Depp renders a startling performance that elevates the romantic fable way above its writing and directing shortcomings; look for the young Julianne Moore in a small part.

Janet Maslin New York Times | May 20, 2003

Mr. Depp may look nothing like Buster Keaton, but there are times when he genuinely seems to become the Great Stone Face, bringing Keaton's mannerisms sweetly and magically to life.

Roger Ebert Chicago Sun-Times | January 01, 2000

The movie suggests that love and magic can overcome madness, and for at least the length of the film I was prepared to accept that. Much of the credit for that goes to Depp...

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