Comedy • PG-13 • 1996 • 1 hr 27 min
Classic buddy comedy. Chris Farley is just so dang lovable & has great chemistry with David Spade. Lots of laughs. Ridiculous- in a good way
This is my favorite Farley movie. Spade is the perfect asshole. Slapstick for sure, but with a good backbone.
Not as good as Tommy Boy but Chris Farley and David Spade are great together. Not much substance but good laughs and goes by quick.
Chris Farley is a legend, and his movies will never get old. A classic and one of his best
Not as good as Tommy Boy but Chris Farley and David Spade together is always great.
I don’t remember a lot about this movie but it’s a good Sunday afternoon watch when you need sometime to kill
It’s like they tried to make a movie with all the left over jokes from Tommy boy.
Honestly it’s probably the least theatrical of all the movies. The props are clearly flimsily and are designed to fall apart as they do.
It's like Tommy Boy but instead of factories it's politics
Pairs well with Tommy Boy, if you liked that, you’ll love this
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