Charles Grodin's narration
Was very unique....Deadpan times 10. His narrative style is almost as if he really does not want to be in the movie, or anywhere for that matter. At one point in a car chase he exclaims "take that..." when he rams a car. It was so dry/deadpan and emotionless that I had to laugh.
Another thing that I liked about the narration, is that the writing assumes that audience actually HAS a brain!
Grodin's narration sets the whole tone for the film, and it is completly sucessful at zaping all the exceitment and tension of the movie, making it almost a farse.
I have seen several movies with narration, but none that effected the film as much as Grodin's deadpan style.
"This picture of Al Dutcher bothers me."