Moving (1988)

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Arlo accepts what seems to him to be a dream promotion to Idaho. He soon discovers, however, that moving has its own share of problems.




  • Dana Carvey and Richard Pryor in Moving (1988)
  • Richard Pryor and Michael Casey in Moving (1988)
  • Richard Pryor in Moving (1988)
  • Richard Pryor and Randy Quaid in Moving (1988)
  • Moving (1988)
  • Richard Pryor and Beverly Todd in Moving (1988)

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6 August 1999 | G-Man-25
Scant Laughs
One in a string of latter-day disappointments from Richard Pryor, "Moving" suffers most of all from an extremely weak script. It's a hodge-podge of half-baked comic ideas that are rarely taken to their potentially hilarious conclusion. Pryor looks trapped and ill-at-ease as a family man. Randy Quaid has some choice moments as the menacing "neighbor from hell," but Dana Carvey's part as a schizoid who applies to drive Pryor's car to his new location is too brief and under-developed.

There are a few laughs, but you'll more than likely be left wanting more than you'll get here. "Silver Streak," "Stir Crazy," or any of Pryor's concert films have MUCH more laughs than this film here.

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