The Adventures of Pluto Nash

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Released 2002

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Director:
Ron Underwood
Released:
2002
Rating:
PG-13

The Adventures of Pluto Nash is a 2002 sci-fi comedy from director Ron Underwood that features a star-studded ensemble cast led by Eddie Murphy, Randy Quaid, and Rosario Dawson, telling a story about an enterprising club owner living on the moon who tries to track down the criminal responsible for the destruction of his moon club. Pluto Nash (Murphy) is a retired smuggler living in Little America, a human colony on the moon. When he sees how much trouble a friend of his is having as the owner of a popular club, Nash offers to buy the club, fulfilling his life-long dream of opening Club Pluto. Years later, the club is hugely successful, and a mysterious man named Rex Crater tries to convince Pluto to sell the club to him. When Pluto refuses, the club gets bombed. Unwilling to let the crime go unpunished, Pluto and his friends begin tracing back the evidence and searching for the man who calls himself 'Rex Crater."The Adventures of Pluto Nash is a fun film, co-starring Joe Pantoliano, Jay Mohr, Luis Guzman, Peter Boyle, Pam Grier, John Cleese, and Burt Young.

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  • 20

    Variety Robert Koehler

    The proper mix is never found. Ill-conceived and expensive project that winds up looking like a bunch of talented thesps slumming it.

  • 20

    Los Angeles Times Jan Stuart

    It's not awful, but the high cost of a movie ticket these days seems like a steep price to pay for 90 minutes of air conditioning and production design.

  • 10

    The New York Times A.O. Scott

    Strands one of the most gifted casts assembled in some time. Sadly, though many of the actors throw off a spark or two when they first appear, they can't generate enough heat in th...

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