High Anxiety Reviews
Brooke's plays a psychiatrist who takes over a Mental Health Day Spa & quickly identifies the staff are more insane than the patients.
Filled with non stop gags this is a great satire on Hitch & suspense. His films are infectious but terrifically low brow.
Never again would one of his films look this good and professional. Turn down the sound and you could almost believe you're watching one of the Hitchcock thrillers it so lovingly jibes. In years to come, Brooks' films would take on increasing elements of home movies, vanity and cronyism.
And I should say, it isn't his funniest but it is pretty darn funny, and the script holds together *as a story* better than any of his films save Young Frankenstein, To Be Or Not To Be, and The Producers.