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Throw Momma From The Train

Billy Crystal has two major problems in this slightly black comedy. One is a severe case of writer's block and the other is Owen, who wants his writing instructor to kill his overbearing mother. Danny DeVito is Owen. Oscar nominee Anne Ramsey is the target for termination. Loosely based on Hitchcock's 'Strangers on a Train', only funnier.

Year: 1987
Genre: Comedy, Black Humour
Country: USA
Director: Danny Devito
Starring: Billy Crystal, Danny DeVito, Kim Greist, Anne Ramsey, Kate Mulgrew, Rob Reiner
Duration: 88 Minutes
Rating: R13
6.2/10
Location in store: Comedy

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