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Ratings & Reviews

  1. João Rocha's rating of the film Where's Poppa?

    What a marvellous chaotic, insane, (a little bit) non-sense, amazing comedy. A must see. Ruth Gordon is fucking incredible

  2. El Biffo's rating of the film Where's Poppa?

    A gem from 1970, must-see if you love Ruth Gordon (who doesn't?)! With Ron Leibman, George Segal, Rob Reiner (in his first incarnation as pacifist "Meathead"), Paul Sorvino, Garrett Morris, Vincent Gardenia and Penny Marshall.

  3. Charles Coleman's rating of the film Where's Poppa?

    A bit too tasteless in some places but there's also a ton of things to recommend about the movie. It's a free spirited film, well-crafted and the writing is great. The acting is superb especially the performances by Segal and Gordon. The courtroom scene is one of the funniest and outrageous courtroom sequences you'll ever see, you'll think you know where it's gonna go but then the rug is pulled out from you. Fun film

  4. mjgildea's rating of the film Where's Poppa?

    I loved the start of Where's Poppa and despite a few scenes here and there (the post-rape fallout was hilarious) the ending was kind of flat and not that great. Given the madness in comparison to the era I expected something really screwed-up to happen (I.e. Gordon either fucking or killing his mother.) Regardless, Where's Poppa is a funny movie. Just don't hold your breath for an ending...

  5. Jaspar Lamar Crabb's rating of the film Where's Poppa?

    Running on bad taste all the way

  6. Jack Lineman's rating of the film Where's Poppa?

    Why did they take the "alternate ending" out of the film?

  7. Jackpantalones's rating of the film Where's Poppa?

    Excellent, corrosive black comedy in the 70s "sick humor" vein. The beautifully tasteless original ending, which is necessary to get the film's full impact, has been relegated to an extra on the DVD. This, not the cutesy "Harold and Maude," is the role Ruth Gordon should be remembered for. "Little Murders" is another one to watch out for.

  8. MR. Universe's rating of the film Where's Poppa?

    This is what is meant by Black comedy. diabolical but hilarious