Nothing Personal

  • 1980
  • Movie
  • PG
  • Comedy

A good example of how a deal gets made and a picture doesn't, NOTHING PERSONAL is a Canadian tax-shelter movie manufactured to take advantage of the concessions north of the border, with several Canadians (Donald Sutherland, Saul Rubinek, Eugene Levy, and Catherine O'Hara) among the featured players. The film's executive producers included Alan Hamel and...read more

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A good example of how a deal gets made and a picture doesn't, NOTHING PERSONAL is a Canadian tax-shelter movie manufactured to take advantage of the concessions north of the border, with several Canadians (Donald Sutherland, Saul Rubinek, Eugene Levy, and Catherine O'Hara) among the

featured players. The film's executive producers included Alan Hamel and Jay Bernstein, husband and manager, respectively, of star Suzanne Somers. Sutherland plays a professor who objects to the killing of baby seals. Somers, a Harvard-educated attorney, tries to aid him in stopping the slaughter.

The story is tedious, witless, and implausible, with nonexistent direction and scythe-wielded editing. This was Somers' first major film role after a successful television career, and she almost didn't recover from this disaster.

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  • Released: 1980
  • Rating: PG
  • Review: A good example of how a deal gets made and a picture doesn't, NOTHING PERSONAL is a Canadian tax-shelter movie manufactured to take advantage of the concessions north of the border, with several Canadians (Donald Sutherland, Saul Rubinek, Eugene Levy, and… (more)

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