Clue

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Wendy

A box office bomb and universally panned by top critics back in 1985, CLUE was way ahead of its time. It's a hilarious slapstick screwball ensemble comedy full of one liners, sight gags, and zaniness. 1985's loss is our gain!

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Harriet

It was cooky but actually enjoyable and relaxing after all the crazy things we often see !

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Leif

classic. great cast, Tim Curry is sterling. The modern attention span will consider it derivative, tedious and to much work their smart phone cant do for them, and then think they are to smart for it.

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Marilyn

Have not been able to bring movie in

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Barbara

A bit silly but cute. I always liked the game of Clue.

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Frank Sherman

I COMPLETELY AGREE WITH YOU. WHEN I WAS YOUNGER I WOULD PLAY IT WITH MY CHILDREN. THEY CONTINUE TO BE A VERY IMPORTANT PART OF MY LIFE TO THIS DAY, IF YOU CAN BELIEVE IT, I THINK THAT THIS MOVIE WAS THE FIRST MOVIE I WATCHED AFTER THE LOSS OF MY AUNT. NOW I CAN REMEMBER HER AND THEM

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Jayasri

What a cast! Pity the screenplay and direction didn't hit the mark.

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Blair

This has always been my favorite movie. It is a must watch and has some of the most iconic movie lines in history. My high school was the west coast premiere of Clue On Stage, so this movie will always have a special place in my heart!

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west

Has its moments, but becomes a chore to watch.

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Gail

Derivative, tedious.

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Emily

Funny movie. Would love if they did an updated version today.

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BOBBY

Mostly laugh out loud ensemble comedy. In the genre, however, I think "Young Frankenstein" is the best.

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Lauren

One of my favorite comedies of all time. Endlessly quotable with an all-star cast at the top of their game. Michael McKean, Tim Curry and Madeline Khan especially are SO funny. They just don't make em' like this anymore.

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