Tag Archives: Leslie Nielsen

Wrongfully Accused - *

Talk about beating a dead horse. Leslie Nielsen is still trying to squeeze the last drop of humor out of the spoof comedy. Give up! It’s bone-dry, as his latest comedic train wreck, Wrongfully Accused, can attest. The film roughly … Continue reading

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Mr. Magoo - 1/2*

What’s there to say about Mr. Magoo? A series of short one-joke cartoons has now been expanded to an hour-and-a-half live action movie. Does anyone even expect this one to be any good? Well, if you do, you’ll be disappointed. … Continue reading

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Spy Hard - *

Tiresome spoof of the action/spy genre just doesn’t hold up to previous outings. Leslie Nielsen is Dick Steele, Agent WD-40, who is brought out of retirement when the villainous General Rancor (Andy Griffith) threatens the world with annhilation. Along the … Continue reading

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Dracula: Dead and Loving It - 1/2*

Slow and unfunny spoof on everyone’s favorite bloodsucker. Leslie Nielsen is Count Dracula, in this Mel Brooks film that roughly follows Bram Stoker’s tale. Dracula comes from Transylvania to London, where he desires to make the lovely Mina his undead … Continue reading

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