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The Man With Two Brains

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Dr. Michael Hfuhruhurr, a pioneering neurosurgeon, gets married to a cruel and unfaithful new wife, Dolores Benedict. And while he grows increasingly suspicious of his stunning wife, he develops a meaningful, but of necessity platonic, relationship with a bottled brain.
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Mountain Xpress (Asheville, NC)

December 01, 2002

Sometimes hysterical, but it thinks it's funnier than it is.
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Moviehole

January 24, 2006

Martin at his zaniest
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Capital Times (Madison, WI)

May 27, 2005

Hit and miss sci-fi comedy.
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San Francisco Examiner

January 17, 2003

Hilarious. Underrated Martin.
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Aisle Seat
Resource

January 13, 2015

Even if this isn't Steve Martin's best role or his best film, it holds up pretty well, offering a glimpse of a comic genius at a wonderfully experimental stage of his career.
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Cinerina

August 15, 2002

Shamefully underwhelming
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Movie Mom at Yahoo! Movies

June 19, 2003

Martin's best comedy.
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eFilmCritic.com

July 25, 2002

Martin's at his wildest and craziest in this seriously silly sci-fi spoof.
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Mania.com
Resource

June 05, 2013

Steve Martin made his share of bad movies, but sometimes he could pull one out through sheer force of comedic will.
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eFilmCritic.com

March 19, 2003

A dumb but fun comedy that is infinitely more tolerable than Martin's later work
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