See No Evil, Hear No Evil

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9.1/10.A great movie that gets no love.I enjoyed, consider it their second best movie behind Stir Crazy.Gene Wilder and Richard Pryor possessed this great chemistry.They play it quite well here with Pryor pretending to blind while Wilder pretends to be deaf.I enjoyed the presence of Joan Severance who displayed her talent for playing a bad character, easily out performing Kevin Spacey in the only movie I could stand him in.See No Evil, Hear No Evil is a gem from the late 80's that's overlooked.Gene Wilder and Richard Pryor proved they still possessed the great chemistry from their previous movies Silver Streak and Stir Crazy.


Continuity mistake: Towards the end of the movie Dave takes Walley's jacket and uses it to help them slide down a cable. Before they slid down, Dave tells Walley to hold on, and Walley asks if they're going to be above the ground. Dave tells him no, and off they go. However, Dave is deaf, and reads lips, and Walley is standing behind him when he asks the question. So how did Dave read his lips if he wasn't looking at him?

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