Excerpt: It’s been about 30 years since we were first presented with the film â€œArthur.â€� It starred Dudley Moore as an alcoholic billionaire (or maybe at the time, millionaire) who had everything he’d ever wanted except genuine happiness.
Excerpt: Finally, the much delayed Why So Blu review of the Arthur Blu-ray is here! One of the best things I can say about Arthur is that a lot of people laughed really hard when I saw it in theaters, and that does not make them wrong.
Conclusion: There's no way to tell if Arthur will appeal to your particularly comedy tastes. It roped me in, but the majority of critics haven't been kind. Fortunately, Warner's high definition AV presentation isn't quite so problematic.
Excerpt: Beyond providing an unflinching look at what happens to those caught between the moon and New York City, the 1981 comedy Arthur gave veteran comic actor Dudley Moore one of the best roles of his career as a drunken playboy cackling his way through a search for love.
Summary: Arthur starts off genuinely funny. Russell Brand has some good lines and his character of a juvenile playboy fits him like a glove (I wonder why?). He also has Helen Mirren slumming it as a straight man to bounce his material off.
Excerpt: "Arthur" displays all the symptoms of an unnecessary remake. It suffers from a typically trite screenplay and a bevy of unfunny and uninspired gags. Although there are some definite laugh-out-loud moments and an often entertaining rapport between the leading man and his 'nanny', the problem is that...
Conclusion: Arthur on kuin pöhkö versio Bruce Waynesta: kultalusikka suussa syntynyt miljonääri, joka ei ole eläessään tehnyt muuta kuin pitänyt hauskaa. Tiukka liikemiesäiti kuitenkin toteaa, että on tullut aika miehistyä ja ottaa vastuuta firmasta.