Dracula: Dead and Loving It (1995)  » Movies  »
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  • Leslie Neilson plays the best bad Dracula that ever graced the silver screen
  • You will definitely not be disappointed after watching this

    • by Jermaine McKenzie
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      The comedic master mind that is Mel Brooks takes center stage as he pokes fun yet again at another movie. This time he takes on Dracula and tosses and turns this once serious and feared character into that of an onscreen laughing stock.

      Mel is one of the only people who can


      successfully turn a serious movie into a comedy fanfare without much criticism.

      Leslie Neilson plays the best bad Dracula that ever graced the silver screen; just looking at this man is enough to send you into a state of laughter as he does it without even trying.

      Such comedy mastery is what ...


      • is missing from the Hollywood world today as so many actors and actresses just do not have what it takes to be true pros in their line of work.

        They need to take a step back and learn from the masters of the art and then try again.

        You can not go

        wrong with this movie; the mere fact that it was a baby of Mel Brooks is reason enough for anyone who knows his work to watch it.

        You will definitely not be disappointed after watching this.

        That you can take to the bank.

        No pun intended on the current state of events globally.




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