Analyze That


Action / Comedy / Crime

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 27%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 39%
IMDb Rating 5.9 10 74708


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Robert De Niro as Paul Vitti
Lisa Kudrow as Laura Sobel
Billy Crystal as Ben Sobel
Cathy Moriarty as Patti LoPresti
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696.75 MB
23.976 fps
1hr 36 min
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1hr 36 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by SnoopyStyle 4 / 10

bad premise from the start

Ben Sobel (Billy Crystal) is attending his hated father's funeral with wife Laura (Lisa Kudrow) when he gets a call from Paul Vitti (Robert De Niro) in prison. Ben is brought in to treat Paul. Apparently, Paul has gone temporarily insane after a few assassination attempts. The authority releases him into Ben's care. Of course, Paul is faking it and the cops are not actually buying it. They released him to get at the warring mob families. Jelly is back to serve Paul who suspects mob black widow Patti LoPresti (Cathy Moriarty).

The premise is unrealistic at best. Even if the cops are in on the release, it's crazy that Ben would not run away screaming. The premise is bad and it goes down an even worst avenue as Paul tries to find a job. It's stupid. I can think of a myriad of different paths to go with a sequel. This is not one of them. Ben could have gone to prison for something and this could be a prison movie. Paul could escape and take Ben hostage. This movie is bad concept from the start and none of it is funny. I'm not a big fan of the first movie. I do like Niro and Crystal as performers but it's sad to see them in this.

Reviewed by Python Hyena 5 / 10

Analyze the Screenplay.

Analyze That (2002): Dir: Harold Ramis / Cast: Robert De Niro, Billy Crystal, Joe Viterelli, Lisa Kudrow, Cathy Moriarty: Inferior sequel to Analyze This, which searched of the trauma of the Robert De Niro character. This time out regards current issues that plague the psychiatrist including the recent death of his father and the release of De Niro into his custody. De Niro claims that attempts were made on his life in prison and he fakes insanity singing songs from Hollywood musicals. Same setup with a formula agenda but a pleasant dismiss. Director Harold Ramis creates the same witty humour. He usually creates comedies with some sort of social message such as Caddyshack and National Lampoon's Vacation. De Niro once again finds the right note for humour and his role is written in an upbringing as well as his sincerity is tested. Billy Crystal comes to terms with aspects of his own life as well as closure with De Niro. Joe Viterelli as De Niro's closest friend in crime is given little to do, which is unfortunate given that he stole his scene in the first film. Lisa Kudrow as Crystal's wife has little screen time and she seems only there as a prop for the Crystal role. Cathy Moriarty co-starred with De Niro in the boxing masterpiece Raging Bull. Now they co-star in this unworthy sequel. This is a pointless sequel but if viewers enjoyed the much better Analyze This, then perhaps they may dare to analyze this as well. Score: 5 / 10

Reviewed by namashi_1 6 / 10

Partly Funny!

A sequel to the enjoyable Analyze This, 'Analyze That' is a partly funny sequel, that never achieves the wit & energy of its prequel, but works in its own way nonetheless. Despite a few shortcomings, there are some genuine laughs to be had here!

'Analyze That' Synopsis: Mobster Paul Vitti is released into Dr. Ben Sobol's care, where only more chaos ensues.

'Analyze That' has a strong first-hour, where the humor works. But, the second-hour slips into predictability & is low on laughs. In short, a lively first-hour is its high, but an underwhelming second-hour is its low!

Kenneth Lonergan, Peter Tolan, Peter Steinfeld & Harold Ramis's Screenplay works in bits & pieces. One certainly is missing the wit of its much superior prequel. Ramis's Direction is decent, as always. Ramis knew his job & his loss makes his work all the more precious.

Performance-Wise: Robert De Niro & Billy Crystal reprise their parts, most admirably. De Niro is simply brilliant as the don with a soft heart, while Crystal is responsible for the film's best laughs. Joe Viterelli, in his final role. is excellent. Lisa Kudrow is lovely in a small, but significant role.

On the whole, 'Analyze That' isn't all-out funny, but it succeeds in making you laugh at parts.

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