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Lee Evans is terrific as a thick-witted, kind-hearted man-child on the verge of a nervous breakdown in this oddly pitched comedy.
In the words of Charles Jennings, from his excellent book Up North (Abacus, 1995), Britain comprises `shopping malls, staggeringly thick-witted and insensitive road schemes, lousy architecture, supermarkets, theme pubs and crowds of people wandering around, looking puzzled and disgruntled .
Alexandrous Ballard, who also joined OBT in 1993, seems to have been born to dance the thick-witted, good-natured Franz.
Empson baited Gardner as a child might harass a teacher unable to maintain the respect of more disruptive pupils; and so, at one point, he describes her as having `the voice of a determinedly cheerful teacher drumming the point into the heads of some hideously thick-witted class'.
The thick-witted script is full of bad jokes and thuggish violence.
Shortly thereafter, Gyura is plucked from a bus by a thick-witted rural policeman who at first seems to be rounding up Jews for his own private amusement.
Directed by Renny Harlin with crude overstatement from a thick-witted script by Shane Black.