This was a film that I remember really liking back in the day. However, adolescent me did not find this film nearly as funny as I did during my repeat viewing on VHS. John Candy and Eugene Levy are rent-a-cops who uncover a heist scheme by their crooked union leaders, played by Brion James, Jonathan Banks, and Robert Loggia. The film also features a before-she-was-famous Meg Ryan and the rent-a-cop company owner, Kenneth McMillan. Despite a strong cast (including some stellar characters actors like Don Stroud, Larry Hankin, Steve Railsback, Tiny Lister, James Tolkan, Judy Landers and even Tito Puente! ), and a script co-written by Harold Ramis (though he asked to have his name removed), the film is really just not all that funny and is definitely aimed at juvenile minds, which is probably why I liked it so much as a kid. I loved the people in the film, but the the "comedy" left a lot to be desired.