Can I Do It... Till I Need Glasses
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The movie was a set piece of nothing more than dirty jokes put on film. Snippets that lasted perhaps no more than 30 seconds to 3 minutes. And for a time when dirty jokes seemed to become popular (remember those DIRTY JOKES books at the time?), it did the job. So much so that apparently a sequel was in order. Thus became this film titled CAN I DO IT TILL I NEED GLASSES. If nothing else these guys deserved credit for making a running joke with their titles.
This time around they dispatch with the central awards theme. Instead, we are presented with non-stop dirty joke after dirty joke, all acted out competently by performers who either disappeared into oblivion or went on to more famous careers. Walter Olkewicz went on to guest star in nearly ever show on TV in the 80s and 90s. Vic Dunlop became a successful stand up comic. And of course, the name on the box that gets people to rent, Robin Williams became one of the most successful comedians turned actors around. Too bad that he only shows here twice and for perhaps 30 seconds of screen time.
The jokes range from semi-safe to down and out raunchy. But at the same time what else would you expect? It's all played for laughs.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
You might recognize some of those old 'dirty' jokes you heard years ago now acted out in a video. Some even funnier to see on screen.Published 23 months ago by Duke
I loved this movie as a teen and I still do like it. Not really Robin Williams but he does make a cameo.Published on November 19, 2013 by Anthony Caufield
It wasn't a worthy follow up to "If You Don't Stop It, You'll Go Blind".Got bored with it pretty quickly.Published on December 13, 2012 by Jeff Fronek
I saw this MANY years ago, and NEVER thought that I'd be able to find it again. This vendor came through, though, and I am now the happy owner of this movie!Published on April 24, 2012 by Valerie
I remembered this movie as being really funny when I first saw it in the seventies, as a teenager . BUT it did not hold up well at all !Published on May 28, 2010 by Michael P. Coad