History Film / TheMasterOfDisguise

23rd Oct '17 8:20:32 AM xcountryguy
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* {{Cloudcuckoolander}}: Pistachio.

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* %%* {{Cloudcuckoolander}}: Pistachio.



* MindScrew: The GainaxEnding mentioned above.
* NeverASelfMadeWoman: Brought up and averted. Jennifer is informed about the job opportunity by her son, but she still has to go through an interview that has apparently sent many very qualified, jaded applicants running from them in tears. She also has to overcome the 'handicap' of her small size and miniscule bottom.

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* %%* MindScrew: The GainaxEnding mentioned above.
* NeverASelfMadeWoman: NeverASelfMadeWoman:
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Brought up and averted. Jennifer is informed about the job opportunity by her son, but she still has to go through an interview that has apparently sent many very qualified, jaded applicants running from them in tears. She also has to overcome the 'handicap' of her small size and miniscule bottom.



* [[TropesforDummies Tropes for Dummies]]: The Master of Disguise for Dummies.

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* [[TropesforDummies Tropes for Dummies]]: TropesForDummies: The Master of Disguise for Dummies.



* YoureInsane: Fabrizio (still disguised as Music/JessicaSimpson) says this to Devlin.

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* YoureInsane: Fabrizio (still (Still disguised as Music/JessicaSimpson) says this to Devlin.
29th Aug '17 12:07:58 AM xXD347HXx
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* PostCreditsScene: The credits are filled with outtakes and deleted scenes in order to pad out the running time. As the Nostalgia Critic noted, it's like the film is effectively forcing you to watch the DVD special features, knowing you will never buy it. Roger Ebert even stated in his review how agrivated he was when the projectionist at his screening actually ''closed the curtain'', and the film ''just kept going!''

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* PostCreditsScene: The credits are filled with outtakes and deleted scenes in order to pad out the running time. As the Nostalgia Critic noted, it's like the film is effectively forcing you to watch the DVD special features, knowing you will never buy it. Roger Ebert even stated in his review how agrivated aggravated he was when the projectionist at his screening actually ''closed the curtain'', and the film ''just kept going!''
20th Nov '16 3:02:42 AM SeptimusHeap
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* SupervillainLair: Devlin's "Secret Underground Lair! Full of Rare Artifacts!" is one of these. It is actually underground, being a sub-basement of his manor-house. However, it is not elaborate enough to count as an ElaborateUndergroundBase, being only a single, museum-style, trophy room with a stage and a camera set-up to sell the rare artifacts on a secret black-market auction online. Oh, and some [[{{InstantAwesomeJustAddNinja}} ninjas]] in the ceiling.

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* SupervillainLair: Devlin's "Secret Underground Lair! Full of Rare Artifacts!" is one of these. It is actually underground, being a sub-basement of his manor-house. However, it is not elaborate enough to count as an ElaborateUndergroundBase, being only a single, museum-style, trophy room with a stage and a camera set-up to sell the rare artifacts on a secret black-market auction online. Oh, and some [[{{InstantAwesomeJustAddNinja}} [[GratuitousNinja ninjas]] in the ceiling.
21st Oct '16 7:40:22 PM TheBigBopper
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* StarDerailingRole: Dana Carvey.
12th Oct '16 12:58:23 AM TheTrailblazerCritic
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Added DiffLines:

* MeaningfulName: Pistachio ''Disguisey''.
17th Jul '16 3:18:33 PM NWolfman
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* CreativeClosingCredits

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* CreativeClosingCreditsCreativeClosingCredits: Well, [[EndingFatigue in theory]], they are.
17th Jul '16 3:17:33 PM NWolfman
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* PostCreditsScene: The credits are filled with outtakes and deleted scenes in order to pad out the running time. As the Nostalgia Critic noted, it's like the film is effectively forcing you to watch the DVD special features, knowing you will never buy it.

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* PostCreditsScene: The credits are filled with outtakes and deleted scenes in order to pad out the running time. As the Nostalgia Critic noted, it's like the film is effectively forcing you to watch the DVD special features, knowing you will never buy it. Roger Ebert even stated in his review how agrivated he was when the projectionist at his screening actually ''closed the curtain'', and the film ''just kept going!''
17th Jul '16 3:02:18 PM NWolfman
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A 2002 comedy film starring Creator/DanaCarvey as Pistachio Disguisey, a bumbling Italian American waiter working at his father's restaurant. He has a bad habit of mimicking people unintentionally. His mother and father are kidnapped one night, by mysterious bad guys. So along comes his Grandfather who reveals that the whole paternal family line are natural [[TitleDrop masters of disguise]] who utilise a mysterious transformative magic called 'Energico'. His father never told him because he didn't want his son to live a life full of dangerous enemies. But to get his father back he must train in the art of subterfuge, learn the Disguisey martial art (consisting of slaps and blocks to humiliate your opponent) and learn to use the tools of the trade, found in his father's secret lair (behind an incredibly elaborate bookshelf in the attic).

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A 2002 comedy film starring Creator/DanaCarvey Creator/DanaCarvey[[note]]And is [[StarDerailingRole the reason you don't see him in movies any more]].[[/note]] as Pistachio Disguisey, a bumbling Italian American waiter working at his father's restaurant. He has a bad habit of mimicking people unintentionally. His mother and father are kidnapped one night, by mysterious bad guys. So along comes his Grandfather who reveals that the whole paternal family line are natural [[TitleDrop masters of disguise]] who utilise a mysterious transformative magic called 'Energico'. His father never told him because he didn't want his son to live a life full of dangerous enemies. But to get his father back he must train in the art of subterfuge, learn the Disguisey martial art (consisting of slaps and blocks to humiliate your opponent) and learn to use the tools of the trade, found in his father's secret lair (behind an incredibly elaborate bookshelf in the attic).
5th Jul '16 4:32:10 PM ngh93
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A film starring Creator/DanaCarvey as Pistachio Disguisey, a bumbling Italian American waiter working at his father's restaurant. He has a bad habit of mimicking people unintentionally. His mother and father are kidnapped one night, by mysterious bad guys. So along comes his Grandfather who reveals that the whole paternal family line are natural [[TitleDrop masters of disguise]] who utilise a mysterious transformative magic called 'Energico'. His father never told him because he didn't want his son to live a life full of dangerous enemies. But to get his father back he must train in the art of subterfuge, learn the Disguisey martial art (consisting of slaps and blocks to humiliate your opponent) and learn to use the tools of the trade, found in his father's secret lair (behind an incredibly elaborate bookshelf in the attic).

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[[quoteright:299:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/masterdisguise.jpg]]
A 2002 comedy film starring Creator/DanaCarvey as Pistachio Disguisey, a bumbling Italian American waiter working at his father's restaurant. He has a bad habit of mimicking people unintentionally. His mother and father are kidnapped one night, by mysterious bad guys. So along comes his Grandfather who reveals that the whole paternal family line are natural [[TitleDrop masters of disguise]] who utilise a mysterious transformative magic called 'Energico'. His father never told him because he didn't want his son to live a life full of dangerous enemies. But to get his father back he must train in the art of subterfuge, learn the Disguisey martial art (consisting of slaps and blocks to humiliate your opponent) and learn to use the tools of the trade, found in his father's secret lair (behind an incredibly elaborate bookshelf in the attic).
13th May '16 11:30:22 PM jameygamer
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[[quoteright:350:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/MasterofDisguise_4127.jpg]]
[[caption-width-right:350:Turtle!]]
->''"If ''The Master Of Disguise'' had been a free cable movie, well, I still wouldn't have recommended it."''
-->-- '''Richard Roeper'''

->''"I wouldn't even recommend it if you cut it up and made it into ukulele picks. This movie, it never ended and it was only 80 minutes long!"''
-->-- '''Roger Ebert''' on ''Ebert & Roeper''

->''"The third worst comedy I've seen."''
-->-- '''Creator/MikeNelson'''

->''"It kills comedy!"''
-->-- '''WebVideo/TheNostalgiaCritic'''

While critically panned, it made triple it's budget back at the box office.

A film starring Creator/DanaCarvey as Pistachio Disguisey, a bumbling Italian American waiter working at his father's restaurant. He has a bad habit of mimicking people unintentionally. His mother and father are kidnapped one night, by mysterious bad guys. So along comes his Grandfather who reveals that the whole paternal family line are natural [[TitleDrop masters of disguise]] who utilise a mysterious transformative magic called 'Energico'. His father never told him because he didn't want his son to live a life full of dangerous enemies. But to get his father back he must train in the art of subterfuge, learn the Disguisey martial art (consisting of slaps and blocks to humiliate your opponent) and learn to use the tools of the trade, found in his father's secret lair (behind an incredibly elaborate bookshelf in the attic).

to:

[[quoteright:350:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/MasterofDisguise_4127.jpg]]
[[caption-width-right:350:Turtle!]]
->''"If ''The Master Of Disguise'' had been a free cable movie, well, I still wouldn't have recommended it."''
-->-- '''Richard Roeper'''

->''"I wouldn't even recommend it if you cut it up and made it into ukulele picks. This movie, it never ended and it was only 80 minutes long!"''
-->-- '''Roger Ebert''' on ''Ebert & Roeper''

->''"The third worst comedy I've seen."''
-->-- '''Creator/MikeNelson'''

->''"It kills comedy!"''
-->-- '''WebVideo/TheNostalgiaCritic'''

While critically panned, it made triple it's budget back at the box office.

A film starring Creator/DanaCarvey as Pistachio Disguisey, a bumbling Italian American waiter working at his father's restaurant. He has a bad habit of mimicking people unintentionally. His mother and father are kidnapped one night, by mysterious bad guys. So along comes his Grandfather who reveals that the whole paternal family line are natural [[TitleDrop masters of disguise]] who utilise a mysterious transformative magic called 'Energico'. His father never told him because he didn't want his son to live a life full of dangerous enemies. But to get his father back he must train in the art of subterfuge, learn the Disguisey martial art (consisting of slaps and blocks to humiliate your opponent) and learn to use the tools of the trade, found in his father's secret lair (behind an incredibly elaborate bookshelf in the attic).
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