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Day & date theatrical featuring Christopher Lloyd (“Back to the Future”), Wayne Knight (“Seinfeld”), Jerry Stiller (“Seinfeld”) & many more! When debonair but depressed Daniel is saved from a suicide attempt, he ends up in the care of Dr. Bernstein, an elder psychiatrist with a daughter named Laura. Bernstein forbids Daniel from seeing Laura again. Can Daniel to redeem himself, win Laura's love, Bernstein's approval and make it through Bernstein's geriatric support group?
Movie Reviews from Rotten Tomatoes
- Reviews Counted: 7
- Fresh: 1
- Rotten: 6
- Average Rating: 3.5/10
Top Critics' Reviews
Rotten: A lumbering mess in which [Klass] has somehow trapped several recognizable actors.
Rotten: A catchy but irrelevant title is the first of many problems with Excuse Me for Living, which throws together a lot of superficially flashy elements that never gel in any organic way.
Rotten: Vaguely misogynistic and defiantly paternalistic, the movie fails at nearly everything - comic tone, sex gags, charm, logic, direction of actors ...
Rotten: No strand of Excuse Me for Living's frantic, unfunny, and pseudo-thoughtful narrative is well conceived.
Melissa Archer Rocks!
This is a great film, and the actors did an amazing job. Melissa Archer is a wonderful actress. I'd like to see her in more movies!!!!!
MUST SEE FILM
Outstanding performances by all actors. Refreshing. Not only a comedy but very heartfelt drama. Melissa Archer lit up the screen. Tom Pelphrey was amazing. Must see movie.
Melissa knows this is a good thing