Excess Baggage


Excess Baggage

Excess Baggage

Excess Baggage
Título Exceso de equipaje (España e Hispanoamérica)
Ficha técnica
Dirección Marco Brambilla
Dirección artística Richard Hudolin
Producción Bill Borden
Casey Grant
Carolyn Kessler
Alicia Silverstone
Diseño de producción Missy Stewart
Guión Max D. Adams
Dick Clement
Ian La Frenais
Música John Lurie
Editor Stephen E. Rivkin
Fotografía Jean-Yves Escoffier
Vestuario Beatrix Aruna Pasztor
Reparto Alicia Silverstone
Benicio Del Toro
Christopher Walken
Datos y cifras
País(es) Estados Unidos
Año 1997
Género Comedia
Duración 101 min.
Idioma(s) inglés
Compañías
Productora Columbia Pictures Corporation
First Kiss Productions
Recaudación USD 14.515.490 (USA)
Ficha en IMDb
Ficha en FilmAffinity


Excess Baggage es una pelicula de Accion dirigida por Marco Brambilla y protagonizada por Alicia Silverstone, Benicio Del Toro, Christopher Walken y Jack Thompson

Argumento

Una joven y rica heredera finge que la secuestraron para llamar la atención de su padre. Despues todo sale como estaba planeado hasta que un ladrón rapta el coche en donde ella estaba escondida, Emily, desatendida por su padre, decide pedir su rescate, porque estaba escondida en el automóvil que Vincent, el ladron, ha robado. Pronto Vincent se dara cuenta que ha robado algo más de lo que pretendía.

Reparto

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  • excess baggage — Ⅰ. excess baggage ► bags, cases, etc. that weigh more than the weight you are allowed to take onto a plane, or the extra money you have to pay for it to be taken: »On the return trip we were charged $80 excess baggage. Main Entry: ↑baggage Ⅱ.… …   Financial and business terms

  • excess baggage — noun uncount 1. ) bags that weigh more than the official limit that each person is allowed to take on a plane. You have to pay money to take them with you. 2. ) INFORMAL anything that someone wants to get rid of …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • excess baggage — ► NOUN ▪ luggage weighing more than the limit allowed on an aircraft, liable to an extra charge …   English terms dictionary

  • Excess Baggage — Infobox Film name = Excess Baggage writer = Max D. Adams, Dick Clement, Ian La Frenais starring = Alicia Silverstone, Benicio del Toro, Christopher Walken, Harry Connick Jr. director = Marco Brambilla producer = Bill Borden, Carolyn Kessler,… …   Wikipedia

  • excess baggage — 1. passenger baggage weighing in excess of the allowed amount. 2. Informal. an unnecessary burden. * * * ˌexcess ˈbaggage [excess baggage] noun uncountable bags, cases, etc. taken on to a plane that weigh more than the amount each passenger is… …   Useful english dictionary

  • excess baggage — also excess luggage 1) N UNCOUNT On an aeroplane journey, excess baggage is luggage that is larger or weighs more than your ticket allows, so that you have to pay extra to take it on board. 2) N UNCOUNT You can use excess baggage to talk about… …   English dictionary

  • Excess baggage —    1) Fans of a certain combination or a particular star performer sometimes followed a show from town to town, traveling on the same trains and yet having no connection to the company, who referred to such people as excess baggage.    2) Excess… …   The Historical Dictionary of the American Theater

  • excess baggage — UK / US noun [uncountable] 1) excess baggage or excess luggage tourism bags that weigh more than the official limit that each person is allowed to take on a plane. You have to pay money to take them with you. 2) informal something that you want… …   English dictionary

  • excess baggage — The weight of baggage in excess of the maximum weight of baggage of a passenger which will be carried free of charge. 14 Am J2d Car § 1221 …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • excess baggage — 1. passenger baggage weighing in excess of the allowed amount. 2. Informal. an unnecessary burden. * * * …   Universalium