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Is it a comedy if the audience laughs or is it a comedy if laughs were intended, irrespective of whether they're generated? Excuse Me for Living qualifies under the second definition.
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This witlessly antic sex farce about a yuppie substance abuser coping with myriad personal issues during a stint in a rehab facility pretty much fails on every level, other than providing big-screen exposure for a passel of veteran older actors. Read full review
Atrocious dreck that feels sitcomish, only without the polish or panache.
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A catchy but irrelevant title is the first of many problems with Excuse Me for Living, which throws together a lot of superficially flashy elements that never gel in any organic way. Read full review
Vaguely misogynistic and defiantly paternalistic, the movie fails at nearly everything. Read full review
A lumbering mess in which he has somehow trapped several recognizable actors. Read full review
No strand of Excuse Me for Living's frantic, unfunny, and pseudo-thoughtful narrative is well conceived. Read full review
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