See No Evil, Hear No Evil

Richard Pryor and Gene Wilder team together for the third time in this rather inept comedy. Gene Wilder plays a deaf man who communicates with other people by reading their lips and Richard Pryor is a blind man who likes to pretend he's not really blind. The fact that these two disabled people become friends certifies the fact that "See No Evil, Hear No Evil" is implausible, but the situation ends up being the only thing in this film that provides laughs.

Movie reviewed by Michael Lawrence



Gene Wilder, Richard Pryor, Joan Severance, Kevin Spacey, Alan North, Anthony Zerbe, Louis Giambalvo, Kirsten Childs, Hardy Rawls, Audrie J. Neenan

Directed by:

Arthur Hiller


1989 comedy

Rated R.


Don Ignacio's score: C

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