It’s Pat: The Movie (DVD)
Directed by Adam Bernstein
The comedic misadventures of a person of indeterminate gender! Everything you always wanted to know about Pat... but were afraid to ask. Audiences nationwide cheered Pat (Julie Sweeney, Pulp Fiction) on TV's Saturday Night Live. Now, in the hilarious tradition of Stuart Saves His Family, Wayne's World and The Coneheads comes another SNL sensation starring in a motion picture comedy. It's Pat: The Movie catapults America's favorite gender-bender to the big screen and delivers an outrageously funny adventure, with a cast of nutty characters obsessed with discovering Pat's true secret. It’s a wild, wacky and incredibly revealing escapade that just has to be seen to be believed. The hilarious cast includes Dave Foley (The Wrong Guy), Charles Rocket (Delirious), Kathy Griffin (TV’s Suddenly Susan), Tim Meadows (The Ladies Man), Kathy Najimy (Hocus Pocus), Timothy Stack (TV’s Son of the Beach), Mary Scheer (TV’s MADtv) and Larry Hankin (The Sting II).
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