A stage-play producer devises a plan to make money by producing a sure-fire flop.A stage-play producer devises a plan to make money by producing a sure-fire flop.A stage-play producer devises a plan to make money by producing a sure-fire flop.
Down-on-his-luck theatrical producer Max Bialystock is forced to romance rich old ladies to finance his efforts. When timid accountant Leo Bloom reviews Max's accounting books, the two hit upon a way to make a fortune by producing a sure-fire flop. The play which is to be their gold mine? "Springtime for Hitler." —Scott Renshaw <email@example.com>
A little bit disappointed
From what I have heard about it I was a little disappointed with this Mel Brooks creation. The movie has aged poorley, with many jokes that aren't funny. It's often slow and draged out, but the jokes that do work almost makes up for it. The best thing about it is the general plot idea and the climax. Overall, the movie was okay and interesting to watch but it's lacking something.
- Apr 23, 2018
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