The Money Pit

Directed by Richard Benjamin

1986

The Money Pit is a comedy about a couple that buys a house in need of an unexpected number of repairs. The Money Pit is not a good film. The lack of ambition is matched by the poor execution. The upbeat tone, the often funny sight gags, and the presence of a young Tom Hanks are about all that are going for the movie. The Money Pit would be almost as funny without sound, and its scenes could be played in almost any order without creating a significantly less compelling narrative.

Would not see.

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