The Walking Dead
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In the midst of all of this, Dan Aykroyd enjoys himself and brings along a certain mad detachment that suggests he knows it's just a humble little screenplay, but he's amused by its pretension.
Night Shift and Risky Business were both polished comic gems -- hilarious and clever in equal measure -- yet sandwiched between their releases was this like-minded effort that did NOT yield similar dividends.
I'll be honest: it plays a lot better when you're twelve.
There's no sense of momentum, structure, or escalating comedic craziness; it's is like a feature-length SNL skit, and it's the sort they'd air right before the end credits.
A sassy comic tale about transformation.
Weird, generally bad but some amusing lines and moments. I see where some of the inspiration for the Dr. Evil franchise came from.
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