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Death to Smoochy

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The film follows kids show host Randolph, who is fired in disgrace because of accepting bribes. As his replacement Smoochy is raising like a star, Randolph focuses all of his thoughts on killing Smoochy to come back to his luxury life.
Actors: Suzanne Leonard Feliz,
Suzanne Leonard Feliz
Suzanne Leonard Feliz
Craig Eldridge,
Craig Eldridge
Craig Eldridge
Angela Bullock,
Angela Bullock
Angela Bullock 5 July 1956, New York City, New York, USA
Richard Cocchiaro,
Richard Cocchiaro
Richard Cocchiaro
Edward Norton,
Edward Norton
Edward Norton 18 August 1969, Boston, Massachusetts, USA
Colin Moult,
Colin Moult
Colin Moult
Bill Lake,
Bill Lake
Bill Lake
John Cleland,
John Cleland
John Cleland
Shawn Byfield,
Shawn Byfield
Shawn Byfield
Samantha Cordero,
Samantha Cordero
Samantha Cordero
Bruce McFee,
Bruce McFee
Bruce McFee
...»
Genre: ComedyCrimeDrama
Director: Danny DeVito
Danny DeVito
Danny DeVito 17 November 1944, Asbury Park, New Jersey, USA
Country: United States
Release: 2002
IMDb: 6.4
Quality:
Duration: 109 min
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Radio Free Entertainment

September 09, 2003

Robin Williams' manic energy is put to perfect use in this amusing and twisted comedy.
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Chicago Tribune

July 20, 2002

A dark comedy that blows up like an exploding cigar, leaving nothing much behind but smoke, noise and a bad taste.
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Zap2it.com
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August 28, 2003

I giggled all the way through "Death to Smoochy." It wasn't that ha-ha giggle, it was that evil, kind of maniacal giggle.
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Washington Post
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March 29, 2002

This is a particularly toxic little bonbon, palatable to only a chosen and very jaundiced few.
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Worcester Telegram & Gazette

January 04, 2004

[T]his is a movie that ought to have been a lot funnier... Death to Smoochy is a cry likely to be heard by ticketbuyers as well.
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Cinema Crazed
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April 29, 2009

An awful embarrassing movie...
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L.A. Weekly
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September 16, 2002

A broad, braying yuk fest that revels in coarse jokes ... lacks the courage of its own cynicism ... and refuses to develop its own premise.
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Ebert & Roeper

April 01, 2002

I'm sure that some country, maybe France or something, will hail this as a work of genius, because it is so incredibly awful.
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EmanuelLevy.Com
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June 12, 2006

Considering that it's meant to be a comedy about a TV children's show, DeVitto's picture is particularly irritating, nasty, and mean-spirited.
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Village Voice

April 02, 2002

Death to Smoochy is often very funny, but what's even more remarkable is the integrity of DeVito's misanthropic vision.
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eFilmCritic.com
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July 29, 2007

I was happy enough with it through most of it, but are we living in such insecure times that even dark, violent comedies now have to end on an up note?
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Washington Post
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March 29, 2002

A blacker than black comedy.
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