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Dracula: Dead and Loving It 1995

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thought it will be funny :(

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Mel Brooks delivers another fun monster movie spoof with Dracula: Dead and Loving It. Though mainly a parody of the original 1931 Universal film, there are a few nods to Francis Ford Coppola’s Bram Stoker’s Dracula as well as to several Hammer horror films. And of course there’s tons of slapstick and wordplay. Starring Leslie Nielsen, Steven Weber, Peter MacNicol, and Mel Brooks, the film has a solid cast that does a good job at delivering this style of broad comedy. Also, Brooks’ directing captures the look and feel of the monster movie genre fairly well. Still, a lot of the jokes are hit and miss, and the parodies aren’t especially clever. It’s not one of Mel Brooks’ strongest efforts, but Dracula: Dead and Loving It is an entertaining romp that’s good for a few laughs.

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While the (good) jokes are few and far between, its still a half decent Brooks production

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Today I've learned that I should never watch a childhood beloved movie again. Not as good as I remember.

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Leslie Nielsen always gave his best. When I saw this in the movies though, the other guy there was snoring loud. That's all I remember.

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This movie is just awesome! I watch it at least once a year :D
Mel Brooks as well as Leslie Nielsen and the rest of the cast are just hilarious! :)

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