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Dave Chappelle did well as a leading man in Half Baked and Norm Macdonald was good as a leading man in Dirty Work and considering both of them are comedic geniuses on stage it would seem likely to put them in a film together. Despite the script not being great Norm Macdonald and Dave Chappelle are funny together and watching it made me feel that it was a spiritual sequel to Dirty Work because of the revenge they were going to serve the old lady that Norm Macdonald was working for. I am really surprised to see this film forgotten considering the large fan bases that Dave Chappelle and Norm Macdonald have gathered through out the years and it was clear this was trying to be a cult comedy but was not considered a cult comedy when it was released.
This is from the Golden Age of Norm MacDonald movies which essentially amounts to two movies, this and Dirty Work. Unfortunately there was never a Silver Age, or even an Aluminum Age, of Norm MacDonald movies.
This movie was created by professional humorists who know how to make funny unlike this review which was done by a guy who was allowed to login with a facebook account, post a review, and fill in some stars.
I was scared. 3rd/4th/5th viewing?
There's something that endears with Chappelle, despite its many shortcomings.
slapstick without any real funnies
can't really expect anything too serious from McDonald and Chappelle but they are both always funny. Danny DeVito was hilarious in his supporting role. Good for a quick laugh.
This is a movie that is dying to be seen. I laughed so hard when I saw this movie. Norm McDonald Dave Chapelle Sherman Hemsley and Danny Devito. These are great performances. See it this movie whenever it's on and grab it wherever you find it.
Dumb, but in the funniest way. Norm is not the best actor, but it's the hilarious suporting performances from Dave Chappelle, Danny Devito and the late Elaine Stritch that keeps this comedy going.
***Due to the recent RT changes that have basically ruined my past reviews, I am mostly only giving a rating rather than a full review.***
good for a few laughs