Just returned from another free sneak preview of a new movie at our local military base theater. This time, we had the pleasure of enjoying ANALYZE THAT, the follow-up to the last Billy Crystal/Robert DeNiro teaming, with Harlod Ramis directing. If you enjoyed the first one, you'll love the second. As the film opens, Crystal's character is dealing with the death of his father, and is at the funeral when he receives a call from Paul Vitta (DeNiro), who wants Crystal to get him out of Sing Sing. Seems someone is trying to kill the former mob kingpin. Vitti fakes a number of mental problems and is released into his shrink's custody. After a serious of funny bits involving Vitta trying to get a job, adjusting (or not adjusting) to life in his doc's home, the mob boss lands a job as a technical consultant on a "Sopranos" style TV show. At the same time, two rival mob families are trying to woo Vitti to their sides. Analyze That is loaded with gags, both verbal and visual. Crystal is very funny as the shrink dealing with his own father/son issues as he helps Deniro deal with his. The audience we saw the movie with was laughing so loud at times we may have missed some of the jokes. As the credits roll, we get to see Deniro and Crystal screw up lines and crack up in a series of pretty funny outtakes. Like I said, this film is pretty much cut from the same cloth at the first one -- very funny. It's always good to see Crystal on the screen, and DeNiro is geniunely enjoying his little comedy outings. I'd give it a solid 3 out of 4 stars.