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I remembered this as a kid but on another viewing just didnt hold up.
Very good comedy.
Great comedy duo. Funny stuff!
Stupid comedy for the most part, but it most definately has it's funny moments. Richard Pryor and Gene Wilder do make a good team. Nothing great by any means, but good natured fun.
(* 1/2)

See No Evil, Hear No Evil (1989)

This was a pretty funny movie and a very fun concept. Richard Pryor and Gene Wilder were a great comedic duo in this movie and it shows with a funny script. It's a shame they didn't do more comedies together aside from a few virtually forgotten films in the 70s.
You know, it's strange. Having seen Richard Pryor stand-up shows on DVD and Youtube, I've never found him in the least bit funny. But in Superman 3, he does a good job, and in this, he's even better.

This is a very funny, feel good film, which zooms in on two handicapped men who need to work together to get out of being arrested for killing a man. It's the ultimate teamwork film, and it's an extremely funny one at that. Ok, it's not suitable for kids, but so few good comedies are these days.

Kevin Spacey isn't particurlarly convincing as the English villain, but Joan Severance is just beautiful. Unbelievably stunning.

There are better comedies out there - Airplane, The Naked Gun, Wedding Crashers - but they don't have the depth that this has.
See No Evil,
Hear No Evil (1989)

This movie had some good lines, and some decent scenes, but there isn't much to pick and choose from.
i know it wont be to everyones taste but this is a really funny movie. some great lines and an easy to follow plot.
"I have seen bits and pieces of Pryor's Comedy but when you put him in a movie where he plays a blind guy, he needs to be confused."
Hilarious at times but dull at times and is a bit of a ironic comedy some parts you dont luagh you fell bad but still watch it if your into these kind of comedies personally I thought it was pretty good im going to reccomend it to my friends.
Yet again I disagree with the Critics... This is one of the funniest movies I have ever seen, and it just proves how talented both of these men were... Bravo Richard and Gene... Bravo...
Fuzzy Wuzzy was a woman?
Gene Wilder and Richard Pryor who light up the screen with charm and old school hilarity. See No evil, Hear No evil sounds idiotic when you first read what it's about. And sure plenty of people make a debauchery of those who have handi-caps. Most times using intemperance of there inadequence. However both Pryor and Wilder found the fine line between funny and offensive. Making this a perfct shoe in for curing the case of the blues.
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