Moving Malcolm
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Moving Malcolm
A writer who was dumped at the alter attempts to impress his flaky ex-fiancee by helping her father movie in this dialogue-driven comedy from Canadian writer/director/actor Benjamin Ratner. Gene Maxwell (Ratner) was preparing to exchange his wedding vows when his fiancée Liz (Elizabeth Berkley) vanished without a trace. Three years later, Gene has published a best-selling novel entitled "Fear Knot." Gene lives at home with his dysfunctional parents and autistic sister, and when Liz appears on his doorstep the broken-hearted writer can't help but hope that the flame will be… More

Critic Reviews from Rotten Tomatoes

"Occasionally touching, but what it touches isn't your funny bone."
‑ Susan Walker, Toronto Star
"Billed as 'a comedy that will move you,' the film is touching, tender and, yes, moving. But as a comedy, it never fully unpacks."
‑ J. Kelly Nestruck, National Post
"For a purported comedy, Moving Malcolm isn't very funny -- few of its gags don't fall flat on their faces."
‑ Derek Tse, Jam! Movies
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