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Enter a world of sinfully funny send-ups of everyone's favorite vices. The laughs are on Denis Leary fallen in, "LUST", Joe Mantegna seduced by, "GREED", and Andrew Dice Clay roaring with, "ANGER". Watch as we turn their sordid lives into a living hell! Written by
I've read a lot of comments from other users on this film and every person's opinion is pretty much unanimous. The majority of comments I've seen suggest the entire movie is not worth seeing, only 1 of the 3 segments is. Many have said it is the first segment titled "Greed". I actually disagree with this. I want to defend "Anger". In my personal opinion, I think it is the greatest segment in the film. It's also the shortest. I felt "Greed" was nonstop dry humor that really wasn't humor at all. However, in "Anger", Andrew 'Dice' Clay plays a man who's adventure begins on a simple grocery run to buy tampons for his wife, much to his dismay. While the segment brings out the best in Dice's classic sarcasm and quick-wit attitude, it is a break from his acclaimed sexual connotations and filthy language. This is a segment everyone can enjoy and well worth renting the movie even for the 15 minutes it takes to see it.
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