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This is one of my favorite comedies of all time! Why it isn’t more recognized I’ll never understand. Has some genius, fall out of your seat funny moments. Highly recommended!
Ad exec tells the truth in his advertising work and is admitted to a mental ward. It's at the mental ward that he befriends the patients and soon the patients are helping him with truthful advertising slogans that soon become revolutionary. This is arguably Moore's best comedy performance, unfortunately, Moore and this movie were overlooked at the time of the movies release date.
Worth seeing just for the ridiculous ad slogans and insane asylum characters.
Emory Lesson works as an exec at a major ad agency. One day he decides to be brutally honest, in advertisements for some of the biggest products in the world. So the company commits him to a mental asylum. But then it it turns out that people love the truth.
Okay, maybe 6/10 is generous, but there were some funny scenes that we're still chuckling about.
A drop down laughing classic.
Exceptionally funny...Dudley Moore is comedy gold, difficult to believe this is over 20 years ago. God.
Actually, scratch that - one star disappeared every 20 minutes after the opening sequence. Schmaltz...
It's funny! Haven't seen this film since I was a kiddie!
this movie kept me laughing the whole time. one of dudley moore's funniest!
Dudley Moore is a great character actor, and he shines in this light-hearted film about truth in advertising. Although panned I thought it was hilarious.