The mafia's Paul Vitti is back in prison and will need some serious counseling when he gets out. Naturally, he returns to his analyst Dr. Ben Sobel for help and finds that Sobel needs some serious help himself as he has inherited the family practice, as well as an excess stock of stress. Written by
When Robert De Niro is singing "I Feel Pretty", one word was change in the Lyrics. In the part "I feel pretty and witty and gay" the word "gay" was changed by "bright". See more »
In the scene where Paul Vitti is working in the jewelry store, the last shot shows Paul wearing a yarmulke as he turns away from the camera. However, he is clearly not wearing the yarmulke in previous shots when the back of his head is visible. See more »
How did he know about the money? And how did he know that Tony Cisco got popped? We didn't find out about it till this morning.
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There are outtakes shown during the end credits. See more »
Analyse This had a freshness and uniqueness of concept that carried right through the film and made it an enjoyable fluffy comedy. Analyse That falls very adeptly into the stereotype of the sequel that tries to emulate the original and fails miserably. The jokes are the same but somehow less funny, the new characters add nothing notable, Robert DeNiro seemed lost and unsure of his character, Billy Crystal was just plain annoying at times and the story was alternately ridiculous and pedantic. Are we really supposed to be curious about whether or not he's going straight? And in the end, did he?
6 is actually a bit generous, consider it a 5.5 rounded up.
But that's just my two scents. ;)
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