Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM) | Release Date: May 6, 2005
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TomB.May 8, 2005
Look, I am not going to sit here and tell you this is a good movie. It's not. Certain scenes are hilarious, but the movie is too thin. But Martin Short is one of the funniest men alive. He's certainly one of the best sketch Look, I am not going to sit here and tell you this is a good movie. It's not. Certain scenes are hilarious, but the movie is too thin. But Martin Short is one of the funniest men alive. He's certainly one of the best sketch comedians who ever existed, which is why he comes up short in movies where he stars. But to say he's not funny implies you don't know what funny actually is. Martin Lawrence isn't funny. Martin Short is a comic genius. This movie should have stayed a show. Expand
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GaryB.May 6, 2005
The TV show is horrible, and I'm pretty sure it's been cancelled, it's barely on in reruns on Comedy Central. Martin Short has only had one funny moment in career, ever since then he's just been annoying the crap out of The TV show is horrible, and I'm pretty sure it's been cancelled, it's barely on in reruns on Comedy Central. Martin Short has only had one funny moment in career, ever since then he's just been annoying the crap out of people. So how was this movie financed? No idea. But I do know that it won't even make back the money it cost to make this idiotic film. Expand
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ClaytonL.Mar 25, 2007
This movie is seriously underrated. Anybody at first glance will think it be a corny movie but Marin Short pulls out some gems. Martin Short is hilarious.
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TheOrienceOct 18, 2013
Behind the fat suit and countless celebrity cameos is a a unexpected satirical gem. Although the story can run thin at times, Short keeps pushing forward, poking fun at all facets of film and celebrity, from David Lynch to substance abuse toBehind the fat suit and countless celebrity cameos is a a unexpected satirical gem. Although the story can run thin at times, Short keeps pushing forward, poking fun at all facets of film and celebrity, from David Lynch to substance abuse to lesbian art film, along the way. The movie is certainly a fluff piece, but with a laugh a minute its well worth the time. Expand
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