Analyze This

Rated 2.0 Harold Ramis’ rather sticky comedy is just as conflicted as the anxiety-challenged mobster Paul Vitti (Robert De Niro) who hires Manhattan psychotherapist Ben Sobol (Billy Crystal) to return him to being a “happy, well-adjusted hoodlum.” It is sometimes very funny but wears its sudden tone swings and flurries of profanities like a pair of cement shoes as Vitti muscles his way into an unstable patient-doctor relationship and interferes with Sobol’s upcoming marriage to a Florida TV reporter (Lisa Kudrow).