Comedy • PG-13 • 1999 • 1 hr 37 min
By no means is this Martin or Murphy’s best work but it is wonderful to see these two legendary comedians/actors/writers on screen together.
Such an underrated comedy nobody talks about. Comedy aside the storyline is fantastic.
Not their greatest movie but definitely worth watching.
Steve Martin is such a good comedian. You can tell he's having fun. Eddie Murphy as well. Very entertaining movie.
It’s ok 🤷🏻♂️ I don’t hate it and I don’t love it, for me it’s just ok. But if you like Steve Martin and you haven’t seen this you should
Two comedy legends in a good, but somehow not overly funny, comedy caper. Definitely has its charms.
A very talented and funny cast helps create an alright movie with a funny but forgettable plot
I remember watching it as a kid. So it's more nostalgic at this point. Still, some funny scenes.
Surprisingly funny, sometimes even clever, in a meta sort of way...
Pretty ridiculous, but still pretty funny.
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