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This is one of the funniest movies that I have ever seen.
Jack Weston, E. Murray Abrahams, Rita Moreno, Kaye Ballard and Treat Williams all turn in superb performances, as do the rest of the cast.
I loved this movie when it was first released about 30 years ago and was so happy to see that it has finally been released on DVD.
A bit dated....and unfortunately not available in blu-ray......but STILL a VERY funny movie. Must have been one of Treat Williams' first films. Definitely his funniest.Published 19 days ago by J. David Kopp
You have no idea how long I have looked for this movie. Saw it in the theatre when it first came out, and have talked about it since then!Published 24 days ago by Ann M. Cates
sorta stupid, but thats what i get when listening to others about renting/buying a movie. and no offense to them (my friends who recommened this to me), but i just didn't laugh... Read morePublished 29 days ago by Randall L. Smith
I never get tired of this cult classic. F. Murray Abraham and Rita Moreno are divine in their roles, and a young Treat Williams parading about in his skimpy bathhouse towel is like... Read morePublished 2 months ago by KnobGoblin
The Ritz is just a hoot. Set in the Continental Baths in New York City it is a look back at that era. The Baths were know for the start of many stars careers... Read morePublished 2 months ago by DRB
TOTAL CLASSIC COMEDY FROM THE 70S, ITS A MADCAP COMEDY,I LOVE IT..Published 2 months ago by Ronnie Pennell
Hilarious film! Though one scene is missing from the VHS (where Weston enters the steam room, and comes out shocked at what he sees!), fortunately I have the VHS version. Read morePublished 2 months ago by A. Stedman
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I loved this movie, the kind of movie you can play over and over and still enjoy it and introduce it to friends who may have been scared off by the gay theme. It is a great farce, silly and just all around funny. I tried to ask for it at the Warner Bros site, but there is no way to post requests.
Dec 26, 2006 by Glenn C. Kellam | See all 6 posts