Excess Baggage

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Overview

In this combination caper comedy and offbeat romance, Emily Alicia Silverstone is a wealthy but petulant young woman desperate to get the attention of her millionaire father, Alexander Hope Jack Thompson. In fact, she's so desperate that she decides to stage her own kidnapping; she sends a ransom note, ties herself up, and locks herself in the trunk of her BMW, waiting for daddy to come to the rescue; however, Emily's timing is a bit off, because ten minutes later, hunky car thief Vincent Benicio Del Toro steals ...
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Overview

In this combination caper comedy and offbeat romance, Emily Alicia Silverstone is a wealthy but petulant young woman desperate to get the attention of her millionaire father, Alexander Hope Jack Thompson. In fact, she's so desperate that she decides to stage her own kidnapping; she sends a ransom note, ties herself up, and locks herself in the trunk of her BMW, waiting for daddy to come to the rescue; however, Emily's timing is a bit off, because ten minutes later, hunky car thief Vincent Benicio Del Toro steals the BMW with Emily still in it. Vincent and his partner in crime, Greg Harry Connick Jr., eventually discover the car's trunk has an unexpected surprise. When Emily is unable to convince them to help her with her scheme, she becomes a problem the carjackers can't get rid of, especially after Alexander refuses to pay her ransom, and his creepy right-hand man, Raymond Christopher Walken, heads out to find her. Of course, losing 200,000 dollars in mob money is not making Vincent's life any easier, nor is having the emotionally problematic Emily fall in love with him. Excess Baggage was the first feature from Alicia Silverstone's production company First Kiss.
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Special Features

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Product Details

  • Release Date: 2/4/1998
  • UPC: 043396823099
  • Original Release: 1997
  • Rating:

  • Source: Sony Pictures
  • Region Code: 1
  • Aspect Ratio: Pre-1954 Standard (1.33.1)
  • Presentation: Pan & Scan
  • Language: English, Español, Français
  • Time: 1:41:00
  • Format: DVD

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Alicia Silverstone Emily Hope
Benicio Del Toro Vincent Roche
Christopher Walken Raymond Perkins
Jack Thompson Alexander T. Hope
Harry Connick Jr. Greg Kistler
Nicholas Turturro Stick
Michael Bowen Gus
Robert Wisden Sims
Leland Orser Barnaby
Sally Kirkland Louise
Hiro Kanagawa Jon
Brendan Beiser Man On Pay Phone
Demitri Goritsas Surveillance Van Cop
Jorge Vargas Mini Mart Clerk
Danielle Saklofsky Monique
Stacy Grant Car Showroom Receptionist
Callum Keith Rennie Moitel Manager (As Callum Rennie)
Carrie Cain Sparko Waitress at Diner
Nicole N. Parker Waitress at Knotty Pines
Bill Croft Trucker
C. Ernst Harth Trucker
Adrien Derval Trucker
Claire Riley Dream Reporter
Dean Wray Bargemate
Fulvio Cecere Sharpshooter
David Longworth RV Gas Pumper
Steven Bernstein II Conductor
Technical Credits
Marco Brambilla Director
Max D. Adams Original Story, Screenwriter
Stuart Aikins Casting
Eric Batut Sound/Sound Designer
Jay Boekelheide Sound Editor
Bill Borden Producer
Anita Camarata Musical Direction/Supervision
Kim B. Christensen Sound Editor
Dick Clement Screenwriter
John Clothier Camera Operator
Richard Cowan Asst. Director
Allison Cowitt Casting
Francesca Dodd Sound Editor
Victoria Down Makeup
Jean-Yves Escoffier Cinematographer
Mike Fenton Casting
B. Casey Grant Co-producer
Carla Hetland Costumes/Costume Designer
Richard Hudolin Art Director
David Jacox Stunts
Carolyn Kessler Producer
Ian La Frenais Screenwriter
John Lurie Score Composer
John Nutt Sound Editor
William H. Orr Special Effects
Beatrix Aruna Pasztor Costumes/Costume Designer
Richard Quinn Sound Editor
Stephen E. Rivkin Editor
Stan Salfas Editor
Ronnie Specter Makeup
Missy Stewart Production Designer
Melissa R. Stubbs Stunts
Elizabeth Wilcox Set Decoration/Design
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Customer Reviews

Average Rating 4.5
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Alicia Sliverstone not so Cluless!

    okay so this is one of those movies where Alicia Sliverstone plays a differnt charcter she's not like her charcter on 1995's movie Clueless she's a rich 21 year old girl Emily Hope and she puts herself in her own trunk of her car she meets Vincent a car theif they start to like each other she ends up with the guy i really liked this movie its cool but may not be good for young children if your 13 or older than its fine to watch its a really cool movie!!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Great Movie!

    Love all of Alecia Silverstone's movies. Her new TV show, Miss Match, is another winner!! This movie also has great songs in the soundtrack. Too bad there's not a compilation CD of all these songs. This is a FUN movie.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Benicio del Torro...what else do you need?

    This was a cute movie. Alicia Silverstone is perfect as the spoiled rich girl and Benicio del Torro is great as usual. In fact, he's one of the best things about this movie. He's great to watch.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    The Darker Side of Alicia Silverstone

    I thought this movie was a good movie. However, it's not for everyone. It's a smart, sappy love story, with a lot of bumps and scrapes.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Pretty Good Movie

    I first saw this movie on tv and I really like it. I liked the overall storyline as well as the actors/actresses who played in it. The main guy was really cute, you know, the one in Traffic and Snatch. He's the kind of guy I fall for. Anyway, I like the movie, and I recommend it for anyone who just wants to watch a funny, good movie.

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