Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
Actors: Peter Oldring, Pat Kelly, Viv Leacock, Ingrid Kavelaars, Jane McLean
Director: Dave Thomas
St alberts hospital is in trouble & their best doctors are abandoning their posts. That leaves 6 young interns to learn by experience. Surgical slip-ups lost patients hot tub parties in physiotherapy mayhem in the morgue &... more »
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K. K. (GAMER2012)
Reviewed on 2/16/2015...
This was actually pretty funny and felt like the show Scrubs.
1 of 1 member(s) found this review helpful.
It's funny in it's own right
Joshua | Georgia | 02/10/2008
(4 out of 5 stars)
"i will admit that the jokes were a little drawn out, but it was still a fairly funny movie. i wouldn't go into this movie hoping for a "Scrubs movie"...it has it's scrubs-isms, but it's a funny hospital movie and that's that. Most of the movie was improv anyway...
i liked it and i have loaned it out to a few friends that also liked it."
Back to some crude, 80's, screwball humor.
Doctor Trance | MA, United States | 07/30/2008
(3 out of 5 stars)
"If this film were released in 1986, there would be those calling it a cult, 80's B-movie classic, with everyone trying to find a copy of the out of print VHS, or clamoring for it's DVD release. It's an out and out throwback to the SCTV/Hamburger: The Motion Picture/Revenge of the Nerds days of 80's comedy, and taken on that level, it works really well. It has your typical laugh out loud scenes, along with those that make you cringe and the "what the heck were they thinking" bits. The acting is spot on, considering the absurdity of the scenarios these medical interns get themselves into. Also, the cast spits out dialogue at a very swift pace, making it a watchable film throughout. Sure, lots of the jokes are duds, and they unnecessarily overplay some of the gore found in the medical field, but your side splitting laughs are a plenty and enough to leave you feeling entertained in the end.
Definitely one to check out, if you miss all those crazy, sophomoric comedies of the 80's."