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Are you kidding me?, 23 August 2001
Author: Ribtin from St Pete, FL
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!
1 out of 4 people found the following review useful:
One of the funniest unknown films in history, 2 April 2000
With dozens of NY comedians in nearly every role (including Howard Sterns screen debut) the detective spoof is merely a format for a never ending zanyness unseen on screen since Abbott & Costello or Seinfeld - where every single character that appears is in some way totally nuts. Even Zippy the chimp jumps in the window. You really come to like the two stars Dave Hawthorne and Bob Nelson who hold this roller coaster together like all the great comedy teams of the golden age of Hollywood. Why this film is such a secret is beyond me. Includes Stern outtakes.
1 out of 5 people found the following review useful:
Ryder p.u., 7 July 2006
Author: vampi1960 from United States
The only reason this is worth a look is the Howard stern scenes,now i know why he never mentions this movie on his show,its so lame it makes attack of the killer tomatoes look like gone with the wind,Pu it stinks.its inept,silly and not even funny,the DVD version is worth watching for the Howard stern out takes,i believe stern did this during his stint at wnbc.in this he plays a newscaster,its an extended cameo. the other actors are unknowns,on the DVD box it says with 60 nationally known comedians???well the guy who does the Ralph cramdon imitations is pretty good.i only recommend this to Howard stern fans,like myself. if he was'nt in it,i would've avoided it .i out of 10. p.u it stinks.
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