Comedy • PG • 1979 • 2 hr 10 min
A satirical look at American society, politics, and culture. Peter Sellers disappears into one of his best roles.
A wonderful movie that is as profound as it is funny. Totally unique. One of the better movies ever made.
A very interesting political comedy. With the impressive acting of the late Peter Sellers. The film is a complete satire of American society
Meditative and sweet film about how far kind-heartedness will get you. A good rainy day watch, very uplifting and innocent
An oddball comedy on the simple things.
A little like the precursor to Forrest Gump
Great and original movie. Peter Sellers was really special.
A clever satire about how easy it is to fool the American public. A public idiot can be perceived as a genius. Sellers & McClain are great.
breath of fresh air, original in every way
A simpler version of Forrest Gump, before Forrest Gump existed. Peter Sellers is great
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