Comedy about the prospective Washington State Governor Al Donnelly whose only stumbling block on the road to power is his embarrassing younger brother Mike. To keep him out of mischief, Al forces one of his aides, Steve Dodds to keep an eye on him during the election. However, this is easier said than done... Written by
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The newspaper Grandma Coleary is reading at the end of the movie states that the Seattle Seahawks are going to the Super Bowl. The Super Bowl usually takes place in late January/early February. An election for state governor would not occur around the same time as the Super Bowl. See more »
Could you take him through here a little faster than seven miles per hour, Officer...
[turns to Steve and mouths "Jack Meoff"]
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There are many words to describe "Black Sheep", and most of them begin with "un" - as in unsophisticated, uninspired, unoriginal. Still, it has some scattershot laughs. Gary Busey, for example, is brilliantly cast as a paranoid Vietnam veteran and comes through with the funniest performance by far. Chris Farley has barely one or two mildly funny moments in the entire film, but he does achieve some touching ones, and his honest efforts to amuse his audience in any way he can at least earn your respect. (**)
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