A couple go on a caravan holiday around England’s green and pleasant land. Behind the edifice of gregarious middle class aesthetics is a controlling, abusive, murderous power imbalance. There is murdering, a stripper, blood, a motif of weirdness and a fastidious winnowing of the annoying. This was not exemplary.
“Some common strumpet like you.”
“He’s not a person Tina; he’s a Daily Mail reader.”
“I’m musing right now.”
“Are we going to the pencil museum now?”
“You’re a negative influence on me!”
“You can’t help it. You’re evil.”
“Now considered not to be an accident. And police announced today that they’re pursuing a ginger faced man and an angry woman.”
Another Stakeout (1993)
Richard Dreyfuss, Emilio Estevez and Rosie O’Donnell star in a sequel nobody wanted. It is inept and full of yelling, regrettably unfunny comedy and dated references.
“He’ll walk. Just like he’s walked the last two times.”
“He looks like he’s on page 26 of Madonna’s ‘Sex’ book.”