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What's New Pussycat?

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  • Posted October 1, 2010

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    A Classic!!!

    I'm still in pain from laughing so much!!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Very Funny

    One of Peter Sellers best besides the pink pather. In this movie he does what he is best at . Comedy.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

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    In 1965, I saw this movie at a theater in downtown Manhattan, NY, with my parents. I was 7-years-old! My siblings and I thought it was the most hysterical film we ever saw. After seeing the movie, us children would throw ourselves on the floor and go around in circles like the Peter Seller's character in the film. I recently purchased this DVD to relive that film moment of 40 years ago. What a chore! I like funny but this was painfully not funny. I tired of them all. I thought it was ironic that they made Paula Prentiss the American head-case. She was the only good thing in the movie this time around. At one point I thought perhaps the movie was trying to make fun of Fellini's 8/12, 1963. There was one scene where O'Toole is having some kind of nightmare in bed. All his past loves were appearing to him in a la 8/12. But I'm sorry, Peter O'Toole cannot hold a candle to gorgeous manly Marcello Mastroianni's Guido in 8/12. I would watch "What's New Pussycat?" with the mindset that it is an attempt to make an outlandish farce about mores of the 60's. Keyword attempt. See Sellers in The Party or Shot In the Dark to get a real good laugh of him in the 60's.

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