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Good Classic comedy that is watching to give you some laughs
Genius scene with jazz music, made the move
"The Nutty Professor" is Jerry's masterpiece, but this small comedy of his is one I like nearly as much. I think it's the Hollywood studio backlot setting that appeals to me, but there are also some really funny and clever bits that work awfully well. The bit in the elevator (the toothpick especially), Jerry at the board room table by himself, Jerry photo bombing a movie scene, peeking over extras shoulders, but especially one sequence involving Jerry and puppets, which to my mind really sums up Jerry's Kid character and whether the character will click with audience members or not. If the audience can be captivated by Jerry's innocent, childlike captivations with puppets he believes are alive, then you will "get" Jerry's sentimental comedic sensibility. If you find it unbelievably annoying, that is completely understandable, but it works for me and this is one of my favorite Lewis films. Brian Donlevy, Howard McNear and Kathleen Freeman co-star.
I just loved this Jerry Lewis film, in which he's hired, simply because he's considered an idiot that nobody knows, to find out why a film studio is losing money. Mayhem, as only Jerry Lewis can make it, rapidly ensues. I love this comedian/director, and wish he had made a lot more films.
Trying to r3reate the "success" he had in The Bellboy, Lewis flops with this film. A couple of amusing scenes but overall it just doesn't work.
One of Jerry Lewis' best! It actually has some funny moments in the movie. It's one of those movies you watch for entertainment value.
and don't slam the door (walks out door slams) argh haha
Watched it for class. Really annoying main character. Overall, movie is unfunny.
One of the few outstanding films that Jerry Lewis made without Frank Tashlin at the helm. This one is a real gem.
Basically just a series of sketches, Lewis is at the top of his game, here, and most of the scenarios he finds himself in are very funny; watching him bumble his way through a studio lot offers ample opportunities for sight gags, riffs, vaudeville-esque bits, and even some satire on the movie business. Not an amazing piece of cinema (or even an amazing comedy), but I was certainly entertained.