Two New Yorkers, one blind and the other deaf, are forced to rely upon each other after witnessing a murder. With Pryor and Wilder, this should have been much better!
A poor little boy wins a ticket to visit the inside of a mysterious and magical chocolate factory. When he experiences the wonders inside the factory, the boy discovers that the entire visit is a test of his character. Special Features: "Scrumptious Documentary" Pure Imagination: The Story of Willy Wonka & The Chocolate Factory, Mouth Watering Commentary With The Wonka Kids, 4 Sing-Along Songs, Vintage 1971 Featurette, Stills Gallery, Theatrical Trailer
A producer and his accountant discover that an intended flop can make more money than a legitimate play. Entire cast is hysterical in one of Brooks' best films!
A curious candy maker takes 5 lucky children on a magical mystery tour of his establishment. First rate entertainment for kids of all ages!
Mel Brooks talking about Grauman's Chinese Theater on the occasion of Young Frankenstein's 40th anniversary.
A neurotic Milwaukee baker-cum-actor sets out to compete with Rudolph Valentino, but loses his wife to the legend in the process. Some very funny moments!
An otherwise happily married San Francisco bureaucrat becomes obsessed with a model and tries desperately to initiate an affair with her. One of Wilder's best!
The grandson of the infamous Dr. Frankenstein reluctantly decides to follow in his footsteps in this funny and affectionate parody of horror films. One of Brooks' best!
Pryor and Wilder, the funniest combination since Wilder and Pryor, are up to some more funny business in Another You. In their fourth comic outing together following the classics, Silver Streak, StirCrazy, and See No Evil, Hear no Evil, the two play George and Eddie, two liars who just can't seem to kick the habit. What begins as a few harmless lies leads the two into a labyrinth of hilarious complications involving a missing millionaire, his beautiful wife, a dangerous estate executive and a major mistaken identity crisis. As the lies pile up, so do the laughs in this star-powered comedy featuring the sexy Mercedes Ruehl (Big, Married to the Mob) and Stephan Lang (Last Exit to Brooklyn, The Hard Way). With Another You, Pryor and Wilder prove once again to be one of the great comedy teams of their generation - and that's no lie.
Perennial funnymen Richard Pryor and Gene Wilder are a pair of pathological liars meant for each other.
George and Eddie are two liars who just can't seem to kick the habit. What begins as a few harmless lies leads the two into a labyrinth of hilarious complications.
He wants to be a family man in the funniest way. With Gene Wilder in the lead role, you can be sure there's something Funny About Love! Wilder, the star of Silver Streak, See No Evil, Hear No Evil and other laugh-filled favorites, joins Christine Lahti and Mary Stuart Masterson in this sometimes tender, always terrific romantic comedy directed by Leonard Nimoy (Three Men and a Baby). The story centers on Duffy Berman (Wilder), a famed cartoonist who's biological clock has sounded...just in time for a mid-life crisis. Duffy wants a child. And when his marriage fails to produce one, he begins a comic quest for fulfillment.
The story centers on Duffy Berman (Wilder), a famed cartoonist who's biological clock has sounded...just in time for a mid-life crisis. Duffy wants a child. And when his marriage fails to produce one, he begins a comic quest for fulfillment.
The story centers on Duffy Berman, a famed cartoonist who's biological clock has sounded... just in time for a mid-life crisis. Duffy wants a child. And when his marriage fails to produce one, he begins a comic quest for fulfillment.
As Dawson starts film school, Jen's new happiness threatens her radio show. Meanwhile, Joey ends up with two dinner dates and a tough choice to make.
Alice's puppy, big as a house after taking a sip from the "drink me" tea pot, cuts a wide swath through Wonderland with alice and Benny in hot pursuit. The chase ends up at the Chess Queen's castle, where the social event of the season is getting underway. The pup gives new meaning to the expression "party crasher".
Alice returns from a shopping trip with an old top hat and a new friend which she found in the top hat - Benny Bunny. In the excitement of mother's lawn party, she sneaks Benny into the house. As far is Alice is concerned the party is dying until Dinah the cat chases Benny out of the house and under the guest's feet.
Alice discovers that the Queen of Hearts has decided to hold a Wonderland beauty contest. All who believe that they are beautiful, clever and well-mannered may enter the contest. The Queen of Hearts is forced to admit that only Alice fills all of the stated requirements. In the name of giving everyone an equal chance, she therefore excludes Alice from the competition and names her to the Jury.
Alice is very sad. Benny Bunny has diappeared. She has already searched the whole house, but there is no trace what so ever to be found of him. Alice then journeys to Wonderland in hope of finding him there, but her search at first proves unsuccessful. Benny Bunny is not to be found in the house of the Duchess, nor at the Hatter's, and not even the Blue Caterpillar has seen him.
Alice has long harbored a fear of insects, so imagine her fear when she finds herself only three inches tall and surrounded by menacing spider, bees, ants etc. These "creepy-crawly" creatures turn out to be friendly and, in fact, go out of their wy to offer Alice a helping hand; or in the centipede's case a dozen helping hands.
Alice discovers that everything has been stood an its head. The Queen of Hearts has introduced a feet tax. Everyone who walks on feet has to pay the sum of fifty pounds into the palace treasury for every pair of feet he or she possesses. But as no citizen of Wonderland is in a position to pay such a sum of money, they are all walking about on their hands..
Alice and Benny go down, down, down the rabbit hole and wind up in Wonderland. Benny introduces Alice to the characters who reside there. Their collective personalities run the gamut from a to z; a for antagonistic annoying, argumentative etc. to z for zany and zoftic. Despite all their quirks Alice is immediatly attracted to them. For her, they are, at least, not boring.
Not only Alice but all the other residents of Wonderland as well are up in arms over the Queen of Hearts' latest inspiration. The Queen declares that since she has become tired of ruling over nitwits, she has decided to introduce compulsory education to Wonderland. Anyone who refuses to attend instruction will be arrested and forcible brought to the classroom.
Alice has always wanted to be treated like a big girl. Just one sip from the "drink me" tea pot has changed her into a big, big, big girl. Alice finds this indignity a crying shame, and proceeds to flood wonderland with her tears.
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