A review of the movie see no evil

See No Evil is not as dreadful as most other films of this sort. One of the guys lowers one of the girls down from an open window via a fire hose tied around her. He then falls a long distance, bouncing off things on the wall on the way down before crashing through the glass atrium.

Eriksen is suitably sweet and charming as a boy-next-door type who mans up when the going gets tough. We see that Jacob has Kira in a small cage on the floor. Jacob throws his chained hook into another victim, getting her in the shoulder. But whilst much of the comedy falls flat the performances from Gene Wilder and Richard Pryor are not that bad.

The woman takes the suitcase and shoots the man in the stomach as Dave - whose back is turned - reads the information on a box of antacid pills. We see two human eyes plopped down into a jar filled with some sort of liquid.

Jacob grabs a woman by the neck and slams her up against the ceiling of an elevator. Jacob uses a long chain with a hook on it to catch his prey, and then pummels them into unconsciousness through sheer brute force before collecting their eyeballs.

As it stands, there is only one really memorable kill, but the less said about it, the better. See No Evil opens with a brutal ambush on a pair of police officers. Held as suspects for the killing, they decide to go on the run and track down the mysterious woman in the hope of clearing their names, except the mysterious woman is after them as well.

Wilder as the deaf shop owner Dave Lyons goes for the more quieter restrained performance and as such is likable, something which Wilder has always managed to achieve. The idea of having a blind guy and a deaf guy form an unlikely friendship and then help each other to try and clear their names is nothing more than repetitive and unfortunately a little inappropriate.

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He looks somewhat decomposed and they then see that his eyes are missing. Naturally, they are not alone. Jacob then drags the guy across the floor that way and then slams his back into a wall, seemingly breaking it or at least knocking him unconscious.

At the police station, Dave and Wally are interrogated by Captain Braddock Alan Northa detective who immediately takes a dislike to them and makes them his prime suspects due to their relative uselessness as witnesses.

Jacob picks up Kira and walks out with her. Hot chicks with "religious" tattoos. Michael throws a can at a dog just to be mean. But when it comes to their third movie together "See No Evil, Hear No Evil", well I think for the most it was misguided and often inappropriate as they delve the depths of a comedy surrounding the disabilities of two people who are blind and deaf.

Other fighting and brutal contact is present, and those scenes, various visuals including that of dead and decomposed bodies, etc. At a local bar, Wally defeats an aggressive bully in a fistfight with assistance from Dave, who uses clock-face directions to tell Wally where his opponent is.

Meanwhile, Adele distracts Kirgo by crashing her car into his. We see a flashback to a young, scantly clad woman gagged and bound to a bed. He then drags her across the floor, bangs her into a wall and then escapes with her in a dumbwaiter.

Christine then slowly approaches, aiming a handgun at his face. The viewer must suffer through perfunctory dialogue scenes and wooden acting in between the "real" scenes, which involve lots of screaming, thrashing and plenty of bodily fluids.

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The killers obviously have bad attitudes, but so do most of the potential victims. The youths are to spend the weekend cleaning up the hotel so that it can be turned into a shelter for the homeless and the poor. A woman has a little blood from and around her mouth after Jacob stuffs her cell phone down her throat.

Williams manages to shoot Jacob in the head but the monstrous murderer inexplicably survives to terrorize "sinners" another day. Together the partnership works brilliantly with some nice dialogue and a relaxed nature to their performances just a shame that much of the material they work with is pretty lame.

Aside from Gene Wilder and Richard Pryor there are no real other remarkable performances although Kevin Spacey as bad guy Kirgo is slightly amusing for his over the top English accent and Joan Severace is certainly beautiful as Eve.

I like the way See No Evil 2 is set up, which is a birthday party at the morgue where villain Jacob Goodnight and some of his victims are taken. Profanity consists of at least 29 "f" words, while other expletives and colorful phrases are also uttered. Michael tries to hit Jacob who blocks the impact, grabs Michael and then throws him to a wall and mirror.

The dead body overload is something of a plan-wrecker for morgue employee Amy Danielle Harriswhose birthday celebration has now been waylaid. In his study, Sutherland — who is also blind — reveals that the coin is a room-temperature superconductorwhich is extremely valuable.

Except the comedy we see in "See No Evil, Hear No Evil" is for the most unintelligent and ends up nearly taking the mickey out of the disabilities.See No Evil 2 makes no attempt to break any new ground within the slasher/killer genre & is better for it.

Jacob Goodnight stalking the halls of the large morgue offing teens in various ways is exciting if not a bit slow. May 12,  · (This misses the point, since Wilder, who can see, could throw the punches himself.) In addition to its recycled plot, the movie has another almost fatal problem: Both of its heroes are nice guys.

Wilder and Pryor both play loving, sensitive, kind and gentle souls, and that would be wonderful in life, but a movie needs some /5.

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See No Evil, Hear No Evil Review

See No Evil, Hear No Evil is a American comedy film directed by Arthur Hiller. The film stars Richard Pryor as a blind man and Gene Wilder as a deaf man who work together to thwart a trio of murderous thieves. May 22,  · Review: See no reason for going.

See No Evil opens with a brutal ambush on a pair of police officers. The surviving officer, Williams (Steven Vidler), loses his hand in the brutal attack waged by. In 'See No Evil, Hear No Evil' Gene Wilder and Richard Pryor as a deaf and blind guy who find themselves suspects when a man is mudered and forced to go on the run to try and clear their names.

A review of the movie see no evil
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