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One of my favorite old comedies! I haven't seen it for a while so I need to watch it again. Great cast! ...so many laughs!
Not as bad as advertised(at least the first 40 minutes).
There's a lot you could hate about this. But, if you turn down the brain a bit (maybe do a shot) and let the goofball characters take you on a zany ride -- you'll get some solid laughs.
a little known movie, but really good!
This is a movie from my top 10 list. No one knows anything about this movie really but if you take the time out to watch it's somehow very funny with a sense of humor right up my alley.
Actually quite funny in parts.
Seems like it's going to be funny, but always ends up with someone getting violently injured sans laughs (ala Blake Edwards). See it only if you're a completist of any of the cast.
Hexed is truly an amazing and unique comedy that will have you laughing non stop.
Incredibly stupid movie.
"Hexed" is a mostly unsuccessful satire of late-'80s and early-'90s sex-thrillers, but it does have a few nice moments. Not enough by half, but I liked some of the gags. The problem is that there is no mystery to it. I would've liked to see a plot that mimicked the whodunits of "Basic Instinct" and "Jagged Edge" rather than a play on the we-know-she's-nuts-so-when's-the-big-showdown plot from "Fatal Attraction". The showdown is more of a letdown, unfortunately. "Hexed" is a so-so braindead time-killer, I suppose, but I'd skip it.