Moving (1988) Movie Review

As Richard Pryor non-concert comedies go, Moving is pretty much at the top of the list. That may not be saying much, but Pryor's incredibly put-upon performance makes it mostly worthwhile. The movie follows Pryor as his life bottoms out in New Jersey, only to be renewed by a dream job in Idaho. The relocation process takes center stage, as everything that can go wrong, does. Cute and harmless.

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Moving (1988) Rating

" OK "

Rating: R, 1988

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