This is a film that makes no bones about getting a laugh out of disability, and the above reviewer simply believes that the only value to be gained from films is a fair presentation (if only!) and morality. However, it is one thing to accuse of film that promises but does not deliver, and another thing to accuse a film of something it never promised to deliver. Notwithstanding the aforementioned moralism, the humor is done with affection, and more than a dose of tongue-in-cheek by two gifted actors, Gene Wilder and the late, great Richard Pryor. The comic intensity and plot line is sustained, all of the way through the film, with the car chase is probably being the highlight of the film. Kevin Spacey is, well, a strange choice for this role, but he suits it quite well. All in all, a good comedy.