|Review Summary and Plot Commentary about What's Up, Tiger Lily?|
|A whacky spy-spoof!!! Woody Allen buys a Japanese Spy Flick and replaces the dialouge with that of his own!!! Crazy, vague plot of spies and thugs attempting to get possession of a recipe for the world's greatest egg salad. Yes... EGG SALAD!! Outrageous dialogue featuring Woody Allen, Loiuse Lasser and others. Great 60's music soundtrack by the Lovin' Spoonful.
--Herbert Spelling, Resident Scholar
|Woody Allen bought the rights to an existing Japaneese film and re-dubbed it. It now makes absolutely no sense at all. Even the plot is incoherent (Something about the top-secret plans for something related to coffee). It won't matter much, though, as the dubbed diolouge is hilarious and some scene breaks with little skits involving Allen himself! A delight!
--Adam D. Bram, Resident Scholar
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Time/era of movie:
Comedy or Parody about
- Woody Allen
- fancy mansion
- scientific labs
Accounts of torture and death?
- moderately detailed references to deaths
- explicit references to deaths
Sex/nudity in movie?
What kind of sex:
- vague references only
- actual description of sex
- seeing breasts
- seeing nude female butt
- Some foul language
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