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This is a comedy movie about two air headed brothers that love to go clubbing, based on the SNL characters. Funny kinda, but more silly and foolish very 90's-2000's passes the time I would watch again just for shits and giggles.
A cult classic and a very fun movie to watch with someone that has a sense of humor.
What started as a SNL skip managed to be a funny movie. Ya some of it is un-realist but its not suppose to be taken seriously.
Am i the only one who only rates movies when I see that critics have made a horrible mistake?
A Night At The Roxbury is so fun, and funny, and has the best music, and is the kind of good alittle bad that cant be explained that makes it well..... Great in a way of The Room but maybe not as bad as that. I think I might love it.
I, I, I, I, IKEA! Is it the best movie ever? No... Yeeees! What do you do when Richard Grieco crashes his Ferrari into the back of your van? Have him get you into the Roxbury... Cause yeah, that makes sense. It's a 90's comedy classic that probably shouldn't be. It's funny, lovable and stupid with a lot of memorable quotes - love this movie.
An absolute classic of a comedy
Holy crap, I didn’t laugh once what the heck
One of my childhood movies has a 90s kid love it music so much love it nothing more its funny when i was a kid always had feeling of Nostalgic
This is a great film too get drunk too. The soundtrack is well orchestrated. I didn't like this film when it first came out but it grew on me over the years.