Analyze This details
|Starring:||Joe Viterelli, Billy Crystal, Molly Shannon, Lisa Kudrow, Rebecca Schull, Kyle Sabihy, Chazz Palminteri, Leo Rossi, Bill Macy, Robert De Niro|
|Run time:||1 hour 39 minutes|
|Rental release:||03 Apr 2000|
|Subtitles:||Arabic, Bulgarian, English, Romanian|
|Hearing impaired subtitles:||English|
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I am redefining weird on an hourly basis.By JediSi (301 reviews) from Kent , 22 Sep 2007
[Highly rated reviewer]I didnt really think this was my kind of film, and I was all set to struggle to the end. I love comedy, I love gangster films, but putting the two together is asking for trouble. Or is it?
Its an easy to watch, fairly funny, nice film with a bit of swearing to make it not too nice.
Good performances all round go towards making this light-hearted movie what it is.
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You calling me funny?By Paul from Liverpool , 20 Feb 2006A good solid comedy. Lots of laugh out loud bits and a surprising comedy turn from Robert De Niro (proving he is more versatile than Pacino - but that's for another forum). Billy Crystal adds the real belly laugh moments as the nervous shrink given the dubious task of helping De Niro.
My only con would be that they could have made even more of the situation, but then I guess I haven't seen 'Analyse That' yet...
Analyze ThisBy Steve Hayes from England , 18 Feb 2006Good film with a well written story line. Can be strong language.
BRILLIANT!!By lizziecoxall from Herts, England , 21 Jan 2006Fantastic acting from some great actors. I enjoyed every minute.
very funny 13th January 2005By a customer from Lichfield , 13 Jan 2006Brightened up a January evening. Odd mix of humour with gangster movie.
Comedy? Don't Make Me Laugh!By Lisamarie Lamb from New Ash Green , 06 Jan 2006And it didn't. If I hadn't been told that this was a comedy, I wouldn't have realised from watching the film. But then, it wasn't a drama either, or a gangster movie, or a weepy... What was it exactly? I have no clue, and I sat through it. I was so disappointed in this film - having loved Meet the Parents and Meet the Fockers, I knew Robert De Niro could do comedy, and do it well, but unfortunately, due to a dire storyline and being surrounded by a terrible cast (Lisa Kudrow?!), he failed to deliver. I won't be trying the sequel...