Perhaps the best damn mainstream piece of entertainment ever with Robert DeNiro as a washed up cop going after a fussy bail jumper wanted by the mob. DeNiro and Grodin has some good chemsitry and has a great supporting cast. Good action, pacing, laughs and even a little drama.
Slob sports comedies of the 80's aren't as in vogue now and it's about time a new one got made and this one hits some real notes of humor and makes sure no stone is unturned in getting under anyones skin with equal glee. It's a true piece of opening all the doors for all avenues of humor. Don't take it too seriously and enjoy the disgusting hijinks
See the full review, ""Okay lets go over the ground rules, you can't leave first until you chug a beer."".
Adam Sandler made plenty of other movies after this but his sophmore major starring lead vehicle ironed out some bugs from Billy Madison and getting more laughs with Adam going beserk on the golf greens in an attempt to earn money for his Grandmother. DVD release has deleted scenes, including one that I wish they kept in.
Larry the Cable Guy's second movie has a pretty ludicrous premise that somehow works and a supporting cast that isn't as strong as his first film but does have some solid lines from Larry and his crew in it's run time and the movie does have Danny Trejo as the villainous Carlos Santana. Yes that is a funny joke.
See the full review, "Road to Mexico".
My first movie with Seth Rogen and he proved to me he is funny and for the second mall cop comedy of 2009, even though this movie only gets a few laugh out loud moments, it was far funnier then Paul Blart and didn't cop out on it's premise or make the lead a complete sad sack either.
While the premise runs out of steam about 20 minutes towards the end, the remainder of the film has Denis Leary taking Kevin Spacy and Judy Davis hostage in a ritzy neighborhood on Christmas Eve and is ready to shoot the both of them when they can't stop arguing. Leary was at his peak angry 90's mode here.
Born in Wausau Wisconsin. Move at an early age to Ventura California and lived for 8 years. Growing up in a big city landscape didn't prepare me for my next move: Archbold Ohio with a population of … more