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  • DVD Review:Life Stinks

    “Life Stinks” is a comedy about a ruthless multi-billionaire, Goddard Bolt (Mel Brooks), who is in the midst of a bid to buy over a slum area in Los Angeles.

    Director: Mel Brooks

    Cast: Mel Brooks, Lesley Ann Warren and Jeffrey Tambor.

    Year of Release (Film): 1991

    Running Time: 92 min

    Call No: English 791.4372 LIF - [ART]

    “Life Stinks” is a comedy about a ruthless multi-billionaire, Goddard Bolt (Mel Brooks), who is in the midst of a bid to buy over a slum area in Los Angeles. He strikes a deal with his rival Vance Crasswell (Jeffrey Tambor), and accepts the challenge of living in the slum for thirty days, armed only with the clothes on his back. We follow Goddard through his adventure in the slums and watch him transform from a ruthless, callous man, to one who is actually rather endearing. Mel Brooks is a comedic genius and this film is guaranteed to make you laugh, and perhaps, appreciate the blessings in your life.

    Above reviews are contributed by Melissa Kawasoe, Associate Librarian, National Library Board (NLB).

    The DVD covers are the copyright of the respective movie production companies.

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