National Lampoon's Movie Madness (1982)

National Lampoon's Movie Madness




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Movie Info

Originally divided into four segments and now cut to three, National Lampoon Goes to the Movies is a story about a man who is determined to get in touch with himself and sends his wife away so she can do the same thing. The next tale features a female business magnate who wreaks appropriate revenge on her arrogant male colleagues, and the last vignette has a virtuously pure policeman (Robby Benson) becoming as cynical as his partner (Richard Widmark). Each skit makes internal references to other … More

Rating: R
Genre: Comedy
Directed By: ,
Written By: Tod Carroll
In Theaters:
On DVD: Jul 12, 2005


as Brent Falcone

as Stan Nagurski

as Susan Cooper

as Paul Everest

as Jason Cooper

as Dominique Corsaire

as Dominique Corsaire

as Mrs. Falcone

as Nixos Naxos

as Nicholas Naxos

as Agent/M. C

as First Lady

as President

as Helena Naxos

as Secretary

as Samuel Starkman

as Sergeant

as Crazed husband

as Crazed wife

as Vice Squad Cop

as Hans Klefner

as Little Jewish Prosti...
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Critic Reviews for National Lampoon's Movie Madness

All Critics (5)


Full Review… | July 11, 2005
Reel Film Reviews

Leave this one as history has intended: unknown, forgotten, and detested by the unfortunate few who've actually seen it.

Full Review… | July 8, 2002

October 9, 2005
Fantastica Daily

June 25, 2005

January 26, 2005
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette

Audience Reviews for National Lampoon's Movie Madness

I managed to watch this film a while back on TV. I found National Lampoon's Movie Madness or Goes to the Movies to be a very weak film and bemusing most of the time. It felt like there was no effort in it whatsoever. There are three stories which I cannot remember them thoroughly, but here goes nothing. One story involves a guy and nothing really happens. The second one was comical with a gold digger and an unfaithful man. Finally, the third one shows how being a young rookie naïve cop sucks. There was scarce laughing in all of these although I liked the second story had its moments. Movie Madness has been forgotten and will stay forgotten. I will give it another shot if the opportunity comes.

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