Kevin Lehane and Will Collins from The Best Bits Podcast return to Flixwatcher to review Kevin’s choice See No Evil, Hear No Evil.
See No Evil, Hear No Evil is a 1989 Richard Pryor and Gene Wilder comedy directed by Arthur (Love Story) Hiller. Pryor plays Wallace “Wally” Karew, a blind man and Wilder plays David “Dave” Lyons, a deaf man who end up on the run from the police after “witnessing” a murder. Kevin Spacey also stars in one of his earlier roles.
It received a mixed response on its release – mostly negative reviews but was a relative box office success and would be Pryor and Wilder’s last financially successful film together.
While See No Evil, Hear No Evil might offer a nostalgia watch for anyone who watched it as a child in the 1980s it will probably offer little – and quite possibly offend anyone watching with 2022 eyes.
Scores for See No Evil, Hear No Evil were mixed from Flixwatcher and guests (there may have also been some tactical scoring going on!) but it still manages an overall rating of 3.55.
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