Peter Soffel is the stuffy warden of a remote American prison around the turn of the century. His wife, Kate, finds herself attracted to prisoner Ed Biddle. She abandons her husband and ... See full summary »
Neil Simon wrote this updated version of his 1972 Broadway play about a film agent's efforts to recombine the once famous comedy pair Lewis and Clark, played by Woody Allen and Peter Falk.Written by
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The original Broadway production of "The Sunshine Boys" by Neil Simon opened at the Broadhurst Theater in New York on December 20, 1972, ran for 538 performances and was nominated for the 1973 Tony Award (New York City) for the Best Play. See more »
[Entering the dining room]
Haven't been in the Friars' Club in years.
Oh, really? Still a member?
Yeah, until I die. Then I'll quit.
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I am a great fun of all Woody Allen's works, especially when he appears on the screen himself. This movie was one of the stops on my journey to discover all his productions and for the first time I was severely disappointed. It's just simply unwatchable from the beginning. I should have become suspicious when old, grumpy, horribly annoying Peter Folk confused East and West sides of Manhattan! What a crap! This movie does not include any plot, Woody's funny remarks on TV shopping are only funny moments. Falk stays equally annoying to the end (thankfully it lasts 90mins only) mumbling nonsense crap for more than an hour. No No No. It's definitely the second on my list of the-worst-movies-ever (the first being 2012 Doomsday!)
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