Comedy • PG-13 • 1996 • 1 hr 35 min
I love this movie. I'm a pauly shore fan.
One of the worst films I’ve seen, because nothing falls flat harder than bad comedy.
The worst movie I've ever seen. I enjoy a good Family Guy fart gag, I enjoy the stupidity of Beavis & Butthead, but this is just horrendous
It’s really not a good movie. Some quotable parts.
Stupid as hell, similar to the worst Adam Sandler and Jim Carey movies
There was a time when Pauly Shore was somewhat bearable. This is that time.
I like both guys but this movie was just tolerable.
Ridiculous product of it's time. If you like "Dude where's my car?", you'll like this.
This was used as torture in Guantanamo.
So forced. Baldwin doesn’t seem like the right choice.
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