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Analyze This

Analyze This

Harold Ramis (1999)

15 Certificate
Thu 26 Jan 2:25pm - 4:20pm Sky Cinema Comedy
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Mon 30 Jan, 11:50pm - 1:40am Sky Cinema Comedy


Our Score
Robert De Niro gives one of his best comedy performances to date in this feel-good Mafia tale from Groundhog Day director Harold Ramis. De Niro stars as a Manhattan Mob boss whose stressful lifestyle causes him to seek undercover therapy from psychiatrist Billy Crystal. De Niro's deadpan responses to the Freudian dissections, together with soon-to-be-married Crystal's increasing entanglement with the "family" business, bring on the laughs thick and fast. There's a clever script packed with fresh repartee, digs at GoodFellas and hilarious moments of joyous farce, and Ramis's skilled timing allows the two dynamic leads to show their full comic potential.


A stressed mobster is plagued by anxiety attacks that leave him incapable of killing. When a car crash brings him into contact with a psychiatrist, he thinks he has found the solution to his problems. Naturally, the horrified shrink is reluctant to be drawn into the world of organised crime - especially when the gangster starts to intrude on his personal life, and the FBI tries to recruit him as a mole. Comedy, with Robert De Niro, Billy Crystal, Lisa Kudrow, Chazz Palminteri and Joe Viterelli.

Cast & Crew

Ben Sobel Billy Crystal
Paul Vitti Robert De Niro
Laura MacNamara Lisa Kudrow
Jelly Joe Viterelli
Primo Sindone Chazz Palminteri
Isaac Sobel Bill Macy
Caroline Molly Shannon
Nicky Shivers Max Casella
Director Harold Ramis
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Other Information

Language: English Colour Theatrical distributor: Warner Bros Guidance: May be edited for language, violence and sex scenes. Available on: Available on video and DVD Released on: 24 Sep 1999

Comedy Drama

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