Writers: Bruce Jay Friedman, Neil Simon, Stan Daniels, Ed Weinberger
Composer: Jerry Goldsmith
Starring: Steve Martin, Charles Grodin, Judith Ivey, Steve Lawrence, Robyn Douglass, Merv Griffin, Joyce Brothers, Candi Brough, Rance Howard, Loni Anderson
More info: IMDb
Tagline: You know you're lonely when.
Plot: A writer for a greeting card company learns the true meaning of loneliness when he comes home to find his girlfriend in bed with another man.
My rating: 7/10
Will I watch it again? Sure.
Boy, I haven't seen this in nearly thirty years. Isn't it remarkable how well Steve Martin has aged? Amazing. This isn't exactly a home run but damn are there some funny gags in it. Charles Grodin slays me. I laughed quite a bit. It's a cute comedy that plays out about like you'd expect it but it's so goofy and sweet -natured that I can't help but like it. It's not a home run like I'd want it to be but Steve Martin is so charismatic and then when you get Steve Lawrence popping up every once in a while bringing the funny. It's good stuff. And who would've thought sneezing and suicide could be so hilarious?