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Just goes to show what critics know - it's a bit awkard here and there sure, but some of the jokes are stand out hilarious and the interplay between the leads is great.
Seriously?? 28%?? This website and the reliance upon it as being the gospel are absolute garbage! These movie critic scum are so elitist that they write reviews based upon some preconceived notion or some basis that does not apply to the general consensus or is super deluded! More than half the time, a film with a 90% rating is garbage and one with a 20-40% is fantastic, amazing, or revolutionary. See No Evil is amazing, it's easily the second best Pryor-Wilder film and is one of the only 80's films to make me literally LMAO. That's real, not some deluded, narrow-minded view.
For many, many reasons this would never get made now. But for the time, it’s ... alright I guess!
Not a five star movie but I did enjoy watching this and getting a few laughs. Very interesting concept of a blind and a deaf man.
OK so it's not Gene Wilder in Young Frankenstein or Blazing Saddles... nor is it Richard Pryor doing his famous stand up... It's a late eighties screwball comedy. Held together by a great comedy duo with just enough jokes and sight gags to get you through the film regardless of the loose story
It is entertaining, it is not a great script but it keeps you entertained and makes you really laugh in some scenes that if they are well taken
Amazing comedy gold. The premise is ridiculous but they mostly pull it off.
I want to doawnload it
It doesn't quite reach the over-the-top heights its absurd premise suggests but Gene Wilder and Richard Pryor work brilliantly off of each other and the supporting cast does a fine job as well whilst also sending an inspiring message for those that are blind and/or deaf making See No Evil, Hear No Evil an underrated comedic gem that's another case of the movie not being as bad as the critics made it out to be.
Love Pryor and Wilder films.