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A lot of very well known 80's actors come together to produce a mediocre movie.
One of my childhood favorites!
I wasn't expecting to like this as much as I did. It is by no means perfect, in fact it is quite silly at times. It did however, make me laugh a fair amount, so with all of the cheesiness that it offers, it at least was fun to watch. I would say it is worth your time to give it a try.
Richard Pryor is hilarious
Seen it a couple of times, it seems to get funnier and funnier each time.
Ok, I'll tell you what I like, Randy Quaid and of course Richard Pryor. But, what I hate, is both of them, in this movie! Also, the writing is so uneven I could merely drown in it. And most of all, they portray the involvement of human beings like their cartoons and all it does is remind me of characteristics I never want to have in myself or see in any people that call them self human beings. I did not feel this was good film, nor worthy of being called a satisfying comedy. Both thumbs way down, with high disappointment.
Outrageously hilarious. One of the finer Richard Pryor movies ever released and he had some of the greatest slapstick ever in his career in this movie.
Good film. And interesting as the rare case of a movie that was way ahead of its time in terms of trends in both cinema and television. As a direct result, 'Moving' has more in common with more recent indie films, or at least films of the 1990's. Don't expect straight comedy. Expect cleverly concealed social commentary.
Richard Pryor makes a career turnaround in this hilarious comedy about.......moving, duh. Everything about this movie from its black comedy tone to its hurried ending works to its advantage.
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