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Published on Feb 2, 2011
Funny Farm boasts a surprisingly impressive pedigree for a light Chevy Chase comedy. It was directed by George Roy Hill, a man who delivered two certifiable masterpieces in The Sting and Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid among other very good films (Slap Shot, Slaughterhouse-Five). It boasts a screenplay by Jeffrey Boam, ace screenwriter of such films as The Dead Zone, Innerspace, Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom, and Lethal Weapon 2. With this collection of unusually talented people behind the scenes, it's not terribly surprising that the film turned out as well as it did. That praise isn't to confuse it as a great film, but it's an enjoyable comedy with a few big laughs. http://www.theparallaxreview.com/on_c...