Easy Money (1983) - Comedy

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To inherit his mother-in-law's colossal fortune, a hard-living gambling addict must change his unhealthy ways before they get the best of him.

IMDB: 6.3
Director: James Signorelli
Stars: Rodney Dangerfield, Joe Pesci
Length: 95 Minutes
PG Rating: R
Reviews: 1 out of 49 found boring (2.04%)

One-line Reviews (11)

Some truly uproarious moments including able support from wiseguy Pesci as his best friend and fellow ball-buster (the two in his deceased in-law's stodgy department store is a riot).

Forget about those hyped up banal TV shows, and rent yourself a copy of this film.

Now even though I'm not a fan of Rodney Dangerfield, I have to admit that he and the rest of the cast made this film extremely enjoyable.

Nevertheless, Easy Money is still very entertaining, and we do sympathize with our poor Rodney.

Despite it being predictable and like a sit com, this was a great comedy.

A nearly flawless comedy and I highly recommend it!

It features Rodney Dangerfield at or around his acting pinnacle, as well as some early entertaining performances by Joe Pesci and Jennifer Jason Leigh.

The misadventures of Allison and Julio could have made an enjoyable movie all by themselves.

But overall, if one ignores the flow of the movie and the separate plot lines, it was enjoyable.

Too many gaps between the one liners and some situations are just fillers, but otherwise all in all watchable and enjoyable.

Director James Signorelli tells the story at a constant snappy pace and does an expert job relating the delightfully raucous and rowdy sense of gleefully shameless lowbrow humor at an appropriately manic pitch.