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Ryder P.I. (1986)

PG-13 | | Comedy | April 1986 (USA)
When there's trouble, he'll be there. When there's a disaster, he's been there.

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Eppie
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Valerie
John Mulrooney ...
Gang Leader
Joe Rishkofski ...
Diaz
Eddy Bramberg ...
Sarge
Jim Meyers ...
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Ben Wah - T.V. Commentator
Bob Woods
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When there's trouble, he'll be there. When there's a disaster, he's been there.

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Howard Stern states being new to having an agent at the time he didn't feel it necessary to talk to him about this project. Stern agreed to do the film without consulting his agent and regrets making the decision to be in the film. See more »

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Are you kidding me?
23 August 2001 | by (St Pete, FL) – See all my reviews

I read the only review for this movie and it sounded like this was one of the all time movie greats. I don't know what kind of comedy other people enjoy but the key word here is "comedy". There was none! Even with a cast of unknowns you'd think you'd get a chuckle from someone, even if it was the monkey. But I never laughed once during the entire movie....heck, I never even smiled! The acting was forced and fake and the "jokes" were painful. The lead actor even got caught looking at the camera in one scene. I don't recall a movie that I've ever seen that I would say was worse than this. And folks, I've seen "The Postman"! The ONLY reason to even keep this DVD is to watch the Howard Stern out-takes which were funny. Buy it? No. Rent it? No. Borrow it for the out-takes and don't even bother playing the movie. Can you give less than a zero? If not then score this one a ZERO!


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