See No Evil, Hear No Evil

See No Evil, Hear No Evil

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Average of 168 ratings: 3.5 Stars

1989 M Contains Violence & Offensive Language.

Meet Wally and Dave. They're as opposite as two buddies can be Wally (Richard Pryor) is brash, loud-mouthed and blind. Dave (Gene Wilder) is quiet, mild-mannered and deaf. Both of them are individual disaster zones. But together... they're even worse! When a murder takes place right under their noses, Wally and Dave are the only witnesses. The trouble is, Wally didn't see it and Dave didn't hear it, and all of a sudden they're both wanted for it! Suspected by the police and hunted by the real killers - the cold and calculated Eve (Joan Severance) and her fanatical henchman (Kevin Spacey) - Wally and Dave decide to take the law into their own hands. The results are hilarious! These guys are senseless, but they're certainly not stupid!

Gene Wilder, Richard Pryor
Arthur Hiller
Comedy , Slapstick , Crime Comedy
DVD and Blu-ray

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102 minutes

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Widescreen 1.85:1
English; French; German; Spanish; Italian; Greek; Arabic; Bulgarian; Czech; Danish; Dutch; Finnish; Hebrew; Hindi; Hungarian; Icelandic; Norwegian; Polish; Portuguese; Swedish; Turkish
English Doldby Digital 5.1; French Dolby Digital 5.1; German Dolby Digital 5.1; Italian Dolby Digital Stereo; Spanish Dolby Digital Mono

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1080p High Definition Widescreen 16x9 1.78:1
English Dolby Digital

4 Member Reviews Write a review

2 by kritik

Watchable but silly farce with the biggest laughs coming from Richard Pryor's potty-mouthed wisecracks as the blind man. While no masterpiece, it is at least better than the final Pryor/Wilder comedy, "Another You".

3 by rhub

A good classic slapstick comedy! not as funny as I remember but it was good movie.Lots of swearing well worth the watch

5 by brucee

one of the best comedys ever made by two superstars a must see for all comady fans

4 by Kev1

Great mix of verbal slapstick, good to have a laugh with minimal thinking required. Unlike some movie combos they actually worked better together in the later movie, See No Evil, Hear No Evil (Side 1) than Stir Crazy (Side 2)