Neil Simon's terribly funny play about roommates Oscar the slob and Felix the neurotic was first committed to film in this 1968 production, directed by Gene Saks (Barefoot in the Park). Perfectly timed, ingeniously rendered, not a hair out of place in the history-making performances of Walter Matthau and Jack Lemmon (or the great support cast), The Odd Couple is a movie that one just has to see every two or three years to stay happy. The poker-game sequence in which Oscar's cronies seem to be falling under the sway of fussy Felix's talent for making sandwiches is priceless. --Tom Keogh --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
It is a classic and I had it in my collection previously but wore it out watching it year after year! So....of course, fabulous.Published 9 months ago by J. Douglas
This is a very good movie. I really enjoy watching it.Published 12 months ago by Catherine Sandberg
if you hate men you going to love them after this movie. if you love men you gonna look at them with candor after this movie. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Mrs. Mona
Love the retro mustard yellow graphics blister packaging. It had the film and not a whole lot of 'now on DVD' preview/ commercials. Read morePublished 23 months ago by CLaire
This is Lemmon and Matthau at their very best. Fabulous play by Neil Diamond, great supporting cast and a fun soundtrack thanks to Neal HeftiPublished 23 months ago by kevin