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Analyze This (1999)

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When doctors tell mob boss Paul Vitti that he is suffering from anxiety attacks, he seeks the help of Ben, a therapist. Now Ben' wedding is soon, his only patient keeps him busy by regarding Ben's duty as a 24 hour standby and the feds keep forcing him to spy on Paul.
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Time Out
The comedy is heavy and the use of the stars lazy and cliched...
June 24, 2006
Sacramento News & Review
Sometimes very funny, but wears its sudden tone swings and flurries of profanities like a pair of cement shoes...
August 07, 2008
New York Observer
[De Niro and Crystal] would seem to be perfectly cast as this oddest of odd couples, but something has gone wrong with the comic chemistry.
April 27, 2007
Houston Chronicle
What De Niro ends up doing is simply burlesquing himself, much as he would do if he were guest-hosting Saturday Night Live.
July 21, 2005
New York Magazine/Vulture
What we learn -- yet again -- is that potentially terrific comedies are often whacked by filmmakers who feel the need to spread a little therapy themselves.
August 07, 2004