Actors of "Clue"
Characters of "Clue"
Directors of "Clue"Jonathan LynnBirthdate: 3 April 1943, Bath, Somerset, England, UK [now Bath and North East Somerset, England, UK]
Creators of "Clue"John LandisBirthdate: 3 August 1950, Chicago, Illinois, USAJonathan LynnBirthdate: 3 April 1943, Bath, Somerset, England, UK [now Bath and North East Somerset, England, UK]
Critic Reviews of "Clue"Los Angeles TimesMarch 21, 2013
It's not the least bit scary or suspenseful but instead quickly grows tedious. The more you struggle to keep track of the constantly multiplying plot developments, the harder it gets to care who did it.Chicago ReaderJanuary 19, 2007
Only Lesley Ann Warren, as a tough-talking madam, finds an effective level of stylization, using her leggy physique and wildly expressive features to create a cartoonish figure that's funny within its own boundaries.Time OutJune 24, 2006
The characters are less credible than their plastic counterparts, the puerile humour is dispiriting, and the plotting pulled this way and that by the conceit of releasing the film in the US with a trio of alternate endings.Chicago Sun-TimesOctober 23, 2004
One ending is more than enough.New York TimesMay 20, 2003
Though it takes only 87 minutes to arrive at one of its three different solutions, it has long since worn out its welcome by the denouement.TV GuideMarch 21, 2013
Easily one of the most gimmicky films of all time ...Groucho ReviewsSeptember 23, 2012
If Clue falls a bit short of the mark, it remains a likeable artifact of talented people giving a ridiculous task the old college try... [Blu-ray]Antagony & EcstasyMay 20, 2012
Mostly successful and entirely strange... a comic [mystery] that doubles as a parody and triples as an ironic deconstruction of the form.Common Sense MediaJanuary 02, 2011
The board game is a lot more fun.DVDLaserJuly 21, 2006
the endings are almost intended to be seen sequentially, and they are the funniest when viewed in that mannerFromTheBalconyJune 20, 2005
Curry steals the show in this fun and frantic comedy.Cinema SightApril 17, 2005
Like a well-oiled machine, "Clue" uses slapstick and situational humor to tell a rather pointed story.
Gallery of "Clue"