I just watched this again today and the only reference to the film I could find was my own back in the "Stallone - good or bad actor" thread. Anyway, I always laugh my ass off at this film and find the effort in both writing and acting to be on par with stuff like Hepburn and Grant flicks, etc., or at least in the same genre and well-made. And yet the film is blasted at IMDb, and of the reviews at Rotten Tomatoes the only positive one comes from our own little Scotty Wienberg. So WTF is going on? This doesn't feel like a guilty pleasure to me (hey, that describes Xanadu or Flash), these feel much more like earned laughs and good writing. I have not seen the original French film, but note that it dates from '67 so it makes sense that the writing does have a throwback style to it (not sure when the original play was written, but it must be before '67 - I found a listing for a 1959 presentation at least). Is the film really just not good to most people? Is there anyone else that finds the film funny (besides Scott and I)? I think the comedic writing and acting is very sharp, am I alone?