Cracking Up
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Cracking Up
Jerry Lewis reprises his previous movie persona, this time as Warren Nefron, a man unable to successfully kill himself, while Herb Edelman is Dr. Jonas Pletchick, the psychiatrist out to cure him of his failure, in this undistinguished slapstick comedy. Many of Lewis' past routines crop up again through the device of flashbacks, as he sits in the doctor's office and remembers vignettes from his past. As usual, the French love his humor and flocked to see this film when it was first released. ~ Eleanor Mannikka, Rovi
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"A twilight smorgasbord, serenely avant-garde, and the culmination of the development of Lewis' cinematic language"
‑ Fernando F. Croce, CinePassion
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