Dirty Rotten Scoundrels
Crime • PG • 1988 • 1 hr 50 min
A flawless comedy. Fun combination of wit and ridiculousness, Martin and Caine shine as the viewer holds back tears from laughter. Must see
I finally watched this movie last week and wish I would’ve watched years ago! These two were hysterical together!
Kings of comedy both. Even when the bits that aged poorly are considered, they hold this film high into classichood.
Martin and Caine are delightfully dastardly in this comedy that keeps you hooked until the end.
Hilarious comedy. True gem! Martin at his best. He really showcased his talents!
A hilarious film due to the great comedic duo of Martin and Caine.
Classic comedy with a great plot, and great chemistry between the two main characters.
Michael Caine and Steve Martin duel in a snappy comedy on the French Riviera. Even if you foresee the ending it's a blast getting there.
Amazing performances, great storyline, great setting, really good plot twist
Very funny, great cast. A very well done comedy.
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