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A decent sitcom too.
a funny, tasteless and totally unpredictable comedy , check it out !
Not a good film when you want to end it half way through.
Like the worst television sitcom turned into a really dumb movie about a bunch of people who never leave, and then Kirstie Alley's shirt bursts open for no reason at the end.
A newly married couple are happy married and settling down when until his brother comes to visit. Then things get a little crazy. Then after awhile her sister gets kicked out and moves in as well. And the neighbors house burns and instead of getting sued they let them move in to. And it's all chaos now in their house. There were times were the movie is funny but I did not count to many times. It's sort of a cheesy movie. It's one of those that is worth one glance.
Someone was mad to do an idea that's been better done before.
This is a very dated comedy. John Larroquette and Kristie Alley have moments of hilarity through a screenplay that should work but it's a mixed bag. A dark comedy about yuppies in peril(Larroquette, Alley) who deal with unexpected houseguests who make their ideal life into a living hell. There are many laugh out loud moments(Alley's nervous breakdown on the air.) and really bad scenes(the cat who refuses to die.) It is a seriously uneven comedy but it's likeable despite itself.
This is a really funny movie!
Bizarre move! Totally reminds me of the 80s haha
Its biggest value is as a time capsule, but there's some dopey fun to be had here. Kirstie Alley gives good crazy.