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Nothing Goes Right is a hilarious showcase of well known (and not so well known) comics in stand-up acts and skits. These skits and acts are performed by Rodney Dangerfield (funny as always), Robert Schimmel (funny today as like back then), Barry Sobel, and Andrew Dice Clay, who did this special as a prelude to the Diceman cometh. Funny every time I watch it with a new joke each time. "I get no respect," says Rodney, well your getting it now. A+
One of the best stand up comedy concert films: a showcase of budding
comedians introduced by the king of the one-liners himself: Mr. Rodney
Almost a complete treat from start to finish, the only declivity being Andrew Dice Clay's sexist, racist, and homophobic monologue (which contribute heavily to the film's NC-17 rating); a precurser for his later DICE RULES.
Aside from Clay's puerile, scarcely-a-chuckle routine, an exceptional compilation of the wittiest comedians--and comedienne--around; along with Rodney, Larry Clarke is a particular standout.
*** out of ****.
Rated NC-17 for explicit language. (1991 re-rating; originally rated X in 1987)
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