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This is screamingly funny (well, except when Bruce is in the hospital scene, which is a little sad).
Ted Raimi and Stacy Keach are both excellent and worth watching.
Sure, it's not a big budget-suit controlled blockbuster, but it's everything it promises to be and more- and BTW- the women are wonderful in their parts, though I don't know them from other movies, I'd welcome seeing them again.
The two-brain walking scene is inspired and certainly a showcase for Bruce's outstanding physical comedy- he is one yummy guy!
Thanks Bruce, for your brain, this is your baby!
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