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The Producers

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After putting together another Broadway flop, failing producer Max Bialystock (Nathan Lane) and his accountant, Leo Bloom (Matthew Broderick), team up with each other in a get-rich-quick scheme to put on the world's worst show.
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CRITICS OF "The Producers"
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Eye for Film
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August 02, 2007

The original was far funnier and somehow managed to cut to the chase with less of a song and dance.
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Film Journal International
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February 22, 2007

The play is everything in this uneven movie, which is alternately groan-inducing and side-splitting.
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Seattle Times
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December 27, 2005

... an unabashedly old-fashioned musical filled with song, dance, and shtick so shticky you could hang wallpaper with it.
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Nolan's Pop Culture Review
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December 13, 2006

Director Stroman (who also choreographed the film) has also paid tribute to the theatre by casting such stage stars as Brent Barrett, Debra Monk, Karen Ziemba and Andrea Martin.
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Orlando Sentinel
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December 27, 2005

Nathan Lane, Matthew Broderick and Gary Beach have their singing, dancing and kvetching in the Broadway smash The Producers immortalized on film.
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Boston Globe
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December 31, 2005

Not so much a film as an awkwardly framed souvenir of the Broadway hit musical, The Producers needs a live audience like a candle needs oxygen.
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Miami Herald
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December 27, 2005

There's a song in the stage musical version of 'The Producers' that, if you flipped the title to pose the opposite question, could summarize the letdown diehard fans will feel if they catch the new movie of Mel Brooks' gloriously retro Broadway smash.
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Philadelphia Inquirer

December 27, 2005

The jokes are in its tackiness, and gauchery, and raspberry-inducing send-up of Broadway traditions. On that level, the movie works fine -- and is a whole lot cheaper for the ticket buyer.
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Upstage Magazine
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May 25, 2007

Be prepared to laugh from the opening credits through the closing credits.
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Christianity Today

September 27, 2006

The real reason to see this film is the addition of the musical numbers -- catchy and clever songs, written in the style of classic 1950s Broadway musicals.
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Time Out
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February 09, 2006

This is extraneous for anyone who's seen the original film or show, presumably leaving everyone else to wonder what all the fuss has been about.
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NYC Film Critic
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December 30, 2006

Confirmed my original opinion that the musical version of The Producers was a flash-in-the-pan success that won't be remembered ten years from now.
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