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Title:
It's Pat, the movie [DVD] / director, Adam Bernstein.
Title Variants:
It's Pat
Publication Information:
[New York, New York] : Kino Lorber, Inc., [2018]
Physical Description:
1 videodisc (77 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.
General Note:
Originally produced as a motion picture in 1994.

Wide screen.
Abstract:
Pat, the sexually ambiguous character from Saturday Night Live, contends with a cast of nutty characters obsessed with discovering Pat's true secret, and finds romance with a person named Chris.
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MPAA rating: PG-13; for bizarre gender-related humor.
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Arguably the least successful of the many feature film spin-offs of Saturday Night Live television sketch characters, this comedy barely won a quick theatrical release. Julia Sweeney stars as the titular Pat Riley, an obnoxious, drooling nerd of mind-boggling androgyny. Pat is also a bit of a klutz, which leads to his/her dismissal from a range of workplaces, including a sushi bar and the United States Postal Service. As a next door neighbor, Kyle (Charles Rocket), becomes obsessed with distinguishing Pat's gender, even to the point of seducing Pat and stealing his/her diary, things begin looking up for the plucky hero/heroine. Pat meets a significant other, the equally sexless "Chris" (Dave Foley), gets engaged, and wins fame and success as a frank radio talk-show host. The real-life rock band Ween also plays a significant role in Pat's misadventures, casting him/her in a rock video after catching Pat's cringe-inducing musical performance on the TV show "America's Creepiest People." Despite a rumored rewrite of the script by Sweeney's hip longtime friend Quentin Tarantino, the film was considered one of the year's biggest turkeys. ~ Karl Williams, Rovi