Jonathan Lynn's film based on the Parker Brothers board game is a classic. The cast is amazing, with Eileen Brennan as Mrs. Peacock, Tim Curry as Wadsworth, Madeline Kahn as Mrs. White, Christopher Lloyd as Professor Plum, Michael McKean as Mr. Green, Martin Mull as Colonel Mustard, Lesley Ann Warren as Miss Scarlet, Colleen Camp as Yvette (the maid), and Lee Ving as Mr. Boddy. Each of these actors fully commits to the silliness of the story, playing it like people normally act this way so that it's even funnier. They also work off of one another brilliantly. The story is the basic one of the game, with Mr. Boddy's death triggering a whodunnit, though the writing and acting make this a thoroughly enjoyable and creative film. Nearly every line is quotable and you may even miss some while laughing. In coming up with the story, John Landis and Jonathan Lynn made this film so much better than it had to be. This DVD includes two versions: the theatrical cut of the film, which has a single ending, and the home video release version, which includes three possible endings, thereby mimicking the possibility for different ways to win the game (and including even more great scenes). If you haven't seen this film, treat yourself and pick it up.