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If a similar ingenuity had been invested in the film as a whole, the results might have been better.
The effect is crass, crowded, and pretty funny, as though the characters from half-a-dozen episodes of General Hospital had strayed onto a big screen and decided to misbehave.
When a comedy goes wrong, it goes very wrong. Young Doctors in Love goes very wrong.
There are enough bright moments to make this a passable hot-weather entertainment, if not one worth slogging through a blizzard for.
A dumb and crass attempt to do for doctor movies what Airplane! did for disaster flicks.
Young Doctors is light, funny, lightning-paced and (unshackled by TV's mores) bawdy.
Not much is done with the conventions of hospital drama beyond the most obvious gags.
Rowdy satire of hospital life in the vein of Airplane, but shorter on laughs and longer on bad taste.
Weak "Airplane" rip-off, but there are some chuckles.
This is an under rated hospital comedy which should have achieved some kind of Airplane! or Naked Gun status.
Michael McKean and Sean Young are natural and poised and hold expressions that are interesting to the camera ... And although Sean Young only has to play a luminous mannequin, she's better than Ali MacGraw as a sentimental terminal case and more lifelike than Sean Young as an android secretary. There are a few good performers in here, but the gags are in a weird place between Police Academy and Airplane 2, and the movie is faking being madcap -- it's been cautiously cobbled together. Some of the better actors get too animated once the spotlight inexplicably shifts on them, as though the zaniness of the whole movie depends on them shining like comic stars. A young Taylor Negron plays it soft, weaves in between the dumb jokes they wrote him and comes off like a pro.
Saw this movie at the local Dollar Tree, Decided to pick it up & Im glad I did.A very good movie spoof on daytime soap operas.Theres so many scenes that I thought were funny that I cant just pick 1 as my favorite.If you're into spoof movies or just want a funny movie to watch take a chance on Young Doctors In Love
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