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flaiky

"I picked the wrong play, the wrong director, the wrong cast...Where did I go right?!"
8 years 9 months ago
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StefanoEarnest

'Lorenzo! Lorenzo, baby! Lorenzo St. Dubois! But my friends call me LSD.'
8 years 1 month ago
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moldypoldy

Wow, can't believe there's only negative comments. This is definitely one of Mel Brooks's best.
10 years 5 months ago
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Kenneth McMahon

I swear Robin Williams based his entire act on Lorenzo.
6 years 7 months ago
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TalkingElvish

I'M WEARING A CARDBOARD BELT!
9 years ago
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mrjeffwright

"I want everything I've ever seen in the movies!"
7 years 11 months ago
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firewordsparkler

Amazing film. I loved the ending. Hilarious.
10 years 3 months ago
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MilenaFlaherty

I am not usually a Mel Brooks fan (though he is great in interviews) but I love this one unconditionally.
6 years 1 month ago
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Typically Thomas

Hasn't aged well
3 months 3 weeks ago
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Siskoid

Mel Brooks' original 1968 version of The Producers, about an unscrupulous theater producer actively trying to put on the worst show possible so he can "lose" money and bank all the investors' checks, only to have the whole farce blow up in his face, is at times quite clever and funny, but generally too shouty for my tastes. There's just so much loud zaniness I can take, and The Producer at times blows that particular gauge. Gene Wilder's quieter accountant is thus more my speed, and there's something quite joyful about his performance, the producer's con played out like a seduction, and its achievement a kind of post-coital contentment. And of course, there's some loopy fun to be had with the production of "Springtime for Hitler", bad taste reconfigured into a hilarious if accidental send-up of the Third Reich and its theatrical regalia. But some of the comedy is perhaps a bit broad, at least in the acting, by today's standards.
4 years 7 months ago
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gama_jr

Amazing movie. Mel Brooks at his best!
5 years 3 months ago
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The_Comatorium

i dont understand how nobody found hitler to be hysterical baby.
9 years 2 months ago
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jtstoner1994

It was a pretty okay movie. You can tell it's Mel Brookes' early years. He was testing the waters of comedy. The song about Hitler is extremely catchy! The whole swooning of all the old women was kind of creepy.
5 years 8 months ago
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devilsadvocado

I've included this one in my list of best films from the New Hollywood era.

New Hollywood - The American New Wave
9 years 7 months ago
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njormann

wanted to turn it off from the start.. the intro was torture
10 years 7 months ago

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