Comedy • PG • 1993 • 1 hr 27 min
Really funny SNL skit made into an ok movie.
if you havent seen this movie or dont plan on seeing it there is something wrong with you. such a classic family comedy
Its ok if you like cheesy comedies and thr cast but it was to cringy for me liked the cameos though like Farley, Spade, and Sandler
Silly and overrated. Never really like this skit.
Dan Ackroyd and Jane Curtin in a self-indulgent comedy based on lesser known SNL characters. Skip.
So many people love this film, but I’ve always just kind of thought it was strange...
My understanding is that this was one of those SNL skits that got its own movie. I did not enjoy it...
Strange and silly. A good mix of SNL characters and their own brands of humor.
What the hell is this? Ridiculous. Bare of humour or any other source of entertainment.
More proof that SNL skits don’t belong on the big screen.
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