Staff rating
Star_onStar_onStar_onStar_on


Visitor
Crazy People Star_onStar_onStar_onStar_on 2.0 4.0 from 1 reviews
view all

Advertising exec Emory Leeston (Moore) writes commercials that describe products with complete honesty, and is committed to a mental hospital as a result. He meets a variety of characters at the hospital, including Hannah, with whom he falls in love. Tepid boxoffice blunder sounds funnier than it is. We give half a bone for the ad slogans, the funniest part of the movie. Our favorite: "Most of our passengers arrive alive" for an airline.

Paramount Home Video, 5555 Melrose Ave., 5555 Melrose Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90038, Phone: (323)956-5000, URL: http://www.paramount.com, Remarks: Does not handle retail queries from consumers; contact your local video distributor.

Available on Running time 91 minutes.

Cast and Crew

Genres
Advertising, Sanity Check, Lovable Loonies
Screenplay
Mitch Markowitz
Cast
Dudley Moore, Daryl Hannah, Paul Reiser, Mercedes Ruehl, J.T. Walsh, Ben Hammer, Richard (Dick) Cusack, Alan North, David Paymer, Danton Stone, Doug Yasuda, Bill Smitrovich, Paul Bates, Floyd Vivino
Director
Tony Bill
Music
Cliff Eidelman
Producer
Paramount Pictures

Visitor Reviews

Crazy People
Star_onStar_onStar_onStar_on 2.0 4.0
Stacey

Crazy People came out in 1990 and has a total running time of 91 minutes. This film can be purchased on VHS and DVD. Emory Leeson (as Dudley Moore) and Daryl Hannah (as Kathy Burgess) star in this hilarious comedy. Emory Leeson works in the advertising business. He’s really honest and decides to advertise all his slogans by being honest. Well, his boss doesn’t like this very much and trouble occurs. Now, Emory has been committed to a mental hospital due to all this and hopefully will recover just fine. While there, he meets a young lady named Kathy Burgess and they hit it off. Before you know it, they fall in love. Meanwhile, by accident, his work is published and his ads become a huge hit! Now, his boss wants him to come back to work but Emory doesn’t want to leave Kathy.