It's difficult to describe the extraordinary wrong-headedness of this failed comedy about a man whose genitals start talking to him and equally difficult to fathom how this film could be based on a work by celebrated author Alberto Moravia. Something must have been lost in the translation
from the Italian original. Best described as LOOK WHO'S TALKING for salacious grown-ups (with a wisecracking penis replacing the loquacious baby), ME AND HIM is stupefying from start to finish.
Bert Uttanzi (Griffin Dunne), a workaholic architect and stalwart family man, reaches a turning point in his harried existence when his penis begins speaking to him on the eve of an impo...