We watched it a few years and you know, it was pretty darn good.LOVE IT!!!
My dad took me to see it when I was a kid. We laughed and had a good time. Watched it with my daughter when she was younger and we laughed and had a good time. So, not the best movie comedy of the '60s, but a fun movie with a lot of familiar faces from '60s TV like Sargent, Skip Homier, Lurene Tuttle and Robert Cornthwaite (see also the movie, The Thing (From Another World! and, much later, the TV show, Picket Fences).
I loved this too.Show Me Love [aka F***king Åmål ] 
Probably my all-time favourite highschool romance.
I haven't seen any Laurel & Hardy since I was a kid (though I intend to). I thought Stan and Ollie was a very touching film about friendship. Both leads were indeed fantastic, as was Nina Arianda as Ida Kitaeva Laurel. I even ended up liking her characterStan and Ollie. Steve Coogan and John Reilly are brilliant as Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy. Coogan especially played Stan wonderfully. It was funny with a touch of sadness as a look at the last days of the duo's careers. If you are familiar with Oliver and Hardy at all you should watch this film. I don't think people who never watched their films will enjoy it quite the same way.