See No Evil, Hear No Evil
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As I grow in age and watch this movie, I feel almost robbed that I wasn't either around, or old enough to appreciate the pure genius that both Gene Wilder and Richard Pryor held.
This film is about a blind man (played wonderfully by Richard Pryor) who's down on his luck and in need of a job. Luckily for him, a deaf newsstand owner (played with all the comic gusto he can muster by Gene Wilder) happens to be hiring.
Pryor owes a bookie big time, and when the bookie comes looking for him at his new place of employment, chaos ensues because he's murdered. Wally (Pryor) doesn't see it, and Dave (Wilder) doesn't hear it. The murderers get away and Dave and Wally are suspected. Their misson: clear their name.
Craziness and hilarity ensue.
Gene Wilder and Richard Pryor are two highly underrated talents before the camera. The adventures that these two poor characters go through is something that a wide audience can enjoy. The use of two ailments such as deafness and blindness is not exploited or made fun of, just used for great comic timing and situations.
If you're a fan of great comedy, and pretty good action that features two comic geniuses, I highly suggest this film.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Very funny and entertaining movie.
Richard Pryor and Gene Wilder were at their best in this movie. Read more
Ones blind ones deaf they are friends and get into trouble over a coin. Sister is kidnapped and what they go through to save her.Published 25 days ago by Kindle Customer
I love this movie, I know it's older but it still gives me a good laugh!Published 3 months ago by brianna moore