Comedy about idiotic (the two can't even add 1+1) kidnappers, both played for unknown reasons by Joe Piscopo, who capture two young girls and hold them for ransom. However, in "Home Alone" ... See full summary »
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Aaron Johnson Araza,
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Harold D. Schuster
Comedy about idiotic (the two can't even add 1+1) kidnappers, both played for unknown reasons by Joe Piscopo, who capture two young girls and hold them for ransom. However, in "Home Alone" fashion, the two girls make fools of the two men. The film becomes even sillier as two horses who talk to one another decide to rescue the girls from the kidnappers. Written by
John Sacksteder <email@example.com>
Did Justin say anything to you about me?
About you? Like what?
Oh, I don't know, anything. About me.
Well he did say you were pretty cute... and he really liked you. Is that what you meant?
Katie, I could just kill you sometimes, you know that?
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War Of The Rock
Written & Produced by Gil Carson See more »
Mind numbing would be a compliment for this film. Children's films should entertain kids and make them want to talk about the film, not what they're going to do after it's over.
For anyone over age ten, this is insulting to the intelligence. Huge plot holes, kids behaving smarter than their age, and adults who are incapable of the obvious help you forget the insulting dialogue. I almost felt sorry for Dennis Weaver and Joe Piscopo being a part of this.
I had to use this film on DVD with subtitles to teach English to my Japanese students; they were 11 and found this painful to watch. Clearly it's not for anyone smarter than "Zike" or "Spider".
Exactly what was the point of the horse rustlers who never appear again? At least in Monty Python's "Life Of Brian", the UFO scene was put in for humour. And _do_ horse rustlers really exist in this day and age?
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