Money to Burn (1996)
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[b]McQueen and Swayze deliver again proving that Christmas doesn't only come once a year![/b] We, Sid the Elf, appologize if that title misled you. But, then again you should know that we were talking about CHAD Mcqueen and DON Swayze rather than their "legitimate actor" family members. The on-screen duo who have been so often acclaimed in this space deliver the goods once again in this dark horse classic. They play two buddies who basically stumble into millions and act like complete idiots. We suspect much of the script was ad-libbed. Well, except in the film Chad and Don have money. You won't be disappointed by Money to Burn. It has all the halmarks of what you've come to expect from Chad and Don. There isn't a sleeve in sight, Chad's dialouge is ultra-tough, and Don's facial tick hasn't been cured yet. Thankfully! This film, also known as Squanderers, Gets the full backing of Sid the Elf. It more than earns The Official Sid The Elf Seal of Approval. We couldn't recall laughing this much during a movie since the one the only Death Ring. Also starring Chad McQueen and Don Swayze. Are you starting to see a pattern here? I thought so. Trust us. We were right about Death Ring, we're right about this one. Please pay special attention to the very very homo erotic scenes where Chad and Don play like 12 year old school boys on a mountain bike and roller blades. Hillarious! We also must give an honorable mention to a captivating performance by a very well know actor of the B arts, Mr. Joe Estevez. He has what appears to B a dynatite sound. We have grown very fond of Joe due to the fact that he appears in 75%of all B movies made. Straight from Sid the Elf, go check out Money To Burn, and by the end of the week you'll be wearing gold plated diapers.
The unstoppable duo of Chad Mqueen and Don Swayze team up again in the 1994 classic Money to Burn. I'm pretty sure this movie had no script and was ad-libbed as it makes barely a shred of sense. It's one of those movies you could only hope to catch at 2:00 in the morning. It's git limitless B comedy potential for the right viewer. Oh and also brace yourself from a mind blowing cameo by the legendary Joe Estevez.
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