See No Evil, Hear No Evil Reviews

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March 27, 2019
This dubious concept might have worked if someone had written something funny for either comic actor to say.
March 27, 2019
This tasteless, formulaic, mainly unfunny, but otherwise harmless romp was scripted by five people and is served up like meat and potatoes by hack director Arthur Hiller.
March 27, 2019
As well as being an original comic talent, Richard Pryor has also had the dubious distinction of appearing in a plethora of truly execrable movies, and this is certainly one of them.
March 27, 2019
The credits for 'See No Evil, Hear No Evil' show that there were five scriptwriters (including Wilder himself). What on earth were they all doing?
March 27, 2019
The plot is far from inspired.
March 27, 2019
''See No Evil'' lurches from hip callousness to damp sentimentality.
March 27, 2019
Lowbrow comedy at its worst, See No Evil, Hear No Evil is full of cheap disability jokes, stupid car chases, and boring shootouts, and none of it is very entertaining.
March 27, 2019
It is, let's face it, scarcely a movie at all. Rather it's a celebration of the facts that a) Richard Pryor and Gene Wilder exist in the world and b) seem to enjoy each other's company.
February 5, 2018
...interminable...
March 26, 2009
How the blind Pryor ends up working for the deaf Wilder at a Manhattan lobby newsstand really is inconsequential, since neither their first encounter, nor anything that follows, is believable for a minute.
June 24, 2006
It's a long, painfully unfunny series of things being smashed up and fallen over.
March 21, 2004
November 28, 2003
How the mighty have fallen!
March 4, 2003
You'd do well following this film's advice - don't see or hear it.
February 7, 2003
The Pryor/Wilder magic is nowhere to be seen or heard here.
October 21, 2002
July 26, 2002
February 23, 2002
January 1, 2000
The chemistry is still there in the latest Wilder-Pryor teaming, See No Evil, Hear No Evil, as Wilder and Pryor play off each other very well but, alas, the script is a real dud, and the stars' penchant for cheap, vulgar humor goes overboard.
January 1, 2000
The possibilities for visual comedy with this idea are seemingly endless, but the movie chooses instead to plug the characters into a dumb plot about industrial espionage.
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