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Hilarious, and if you consider the plot hole it makes it even funnier in terms of writing, but it gives way for more "acting".
Taking Care of Business is a somewhat lowbrow satire of 80s business culture. It is absolutely crammed with wish fulfillment. If you are looking for intellectual engagement, you're in the wrong place. It's a greasy triple cheeseburger of a movie. A once-in-a-while guilty pleasure.
Taking Care of Business is a somewhat lowbrow satire of 80s business culture, absolutely crammed with wish fulfillment. If that's what you're looking for, it executes perfectly. If you expect any kind of intellectual engagement from your movies, you are in the wrong place. It's a greasy triple-cheeseburger of a film; a once-in-a-while guilty pleasure.
Voilà une comédie assez banale, mais qui fonctionne malgré tout plutôt bien. Belushi et Grodin se tirent bien d'affaire et c'est chaque fois très divertissant. Dans le genre, on a vu bien pire !
Convict breaks out of prison to attend a Cubs game in this fun but uninspired comedy.
Mistaken identity romp where everyone in the movie is dumb enough to be gaullable but as the audience we cringe at their stupidity.
Thought this was enjoyable funny. Worth watching again.
8/6/2013: Just an overall fun movie. I think Jim Belushi was great for the part and I enjoyed watching it.
i liked it he goes to a cubs game
can't believe i've never review this movie...as I watched it on TV I realized how old I really am...a filofax?...when was the last time you've seen one of those around...it's just one of those movies I could always watch when they are on...very enjoyable