This is a funny movie and one that kept me laughing all the way through. In this movie main character Willard Fillmore works for a harsh extreme old lady who runs a pie factory, she never takes anything in his life into account. Miss Crock treats him horribly. Then on a bad day Willard Fillmore can't take it anymore and decides to create a kidnapping of her dog with his friend and chicken joint owner Rusty P. Hayes. Right from the get go of this plan things are out of control, both Willard and Rusty lose the dog and Miss Crock thinks that it has been Willard that has been kidnapped. Willard and Rusty keep going with the idea, which causes way more problems then they can handle. An enjoyable film with great performances from the entire cast, this one will have you laughing from the ridiculousness. A 10 out of 10.
Well I have to say I think alot of people overlook this one and that is quite A shame because this is an ALL time best for Dave and Norm this is A laugh out loud funny film that doesnt disapoint me Devito is in it and he's once again great you have to love some stupid humor for it but that's what I do
Only slightly funny; which is a disappointment considering the cast. Some parts are so dumb that they are funny, but most parts are too dumb to get any sort of reaction from someone with even half a brain. It might be funny if you watched it while drinking heavily, but that theory probably would work on any movie.
This is very in the same vein as Dirty Work, in that you have to appreciate MacDonald's bad acting schtick to enjoy it. DeVito delivers yet another hilariously insane character, and Chapelle's performance is on par with his showing in Blue Streak. All in all a kooky crime-gone-awry comedy worth a few laughs.
Screwed feels like sit-com characters taking a stab at a feature film. What saves this from being a complete disaster are the random laughs the actors are able to inject (most through use of profanity) into this awfully scripted film.
You might watch the trailer of this movie and think, "Whoooo cares?!" Any comedic benefits (laughter, giggling, etc.) from this movie can be credited to the actors. Danny De Vito is the most creepy, too, I love it.