It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World details
|Starring:||Milton Berle, Jimmy Durante, Dick Shawn, Spencer Tracy, Buddy Hackett, Ethel Merman, Mickey Rooney, Charles Lane, Sid Caesar, Dick Shawn /|
It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World
|Run time:||2 hours 28 minutes|
|Rental release:||11 Mar 2002|
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A must for any Simpsons fanBy Adam James from Leicestershire, England , 17 Feb 2004
[Highly rated reviewer]A brilliantly funny movie for a rainy afternoon. Slapstick at its best. Genre matches that of The Cannonball Run and The Wacky Races. A must for any Simpsons fan: the conclusion of series 1F09 - 'Homer the Vigilante' - makes over a dozen references to it!
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Sheer ClassicBy a customer from Cambs , 12 Aug 2005I first saw this as a child many years ago and loved it. I rented this purely to see if it was still funny as an adult and it certainly was.
Hardly dated, a real funny family film.
'Laugh-out-Loud'By a customer from Exeter Devon , 25 Jun 2005I saw this film when it was first released, ( as a young man ). It is as funny now as it was then.
It has a 'beginning-a middle-and end'.
If this film doesn't make you 'LAUGH-OUT-LOUD'then I feel sorry for you.
EXCELLENTBy a customer from Essex. England , 23 May 2005This is the fuinniest film that I have ever seen. I must have watched this film at least 50 times and I still find new gags to laugh at! Absolutely Brilliant.
Comic ensemble masterpieceBy a customer from Aberdeenshire,Scotland , 16 May 2005There is no gag out of place in this great comedy.The acting is superb and the plot convulated enough to maintain interest but not too complex to follow with several glasses of wine.
A genuine comedy classic with a fantastic cast.
Good FunBy a customer from London , 06 May 2005I remember watching this as a child and wanted my children to see it . It remains as good as I remembered it. A great film to watch on a rainy Saturday afternoon.