Nick Beam's life couldn't get any worse. He discovers he has been living a lie and is on the verge of a nervous breakdown. So when T. Paul, a carjacker, attempts to rob him, it is the last ... See full summary »
John C. McGinley
A comedy about a veteran NYPD cop whose rare baseball card is stolen. Since it's his only hope to pay for his daughter's upcoming wedding, he recruits his partner to track down the thief, a memorabilia-obsessed gangster.
Juan Carlos Hernández
An undercover police officer named Rock Keats befriends a drug dealer and car thief named Archie Moses in a bid to catch the villainous drug lord Frank Coltan. But the only problem is that Keats is a cop, his real name is Jack Carter, and he is working undercover with the LAPD to bust Moses and Colton at a sting operation the LAPD has set up. Written by
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When Keats and Moses are in the bar, one mentions that his kebab meat "looks like something out of Jeffrey Dahmer's refrigerator." Jeffrey Dahmer was a serial killer who would cut up his victims and would sometimes keep parts of them in his refrigerator. See more »
When Archie flips over the hummer on the dirt bike he hits the ground on his back but gets up and his coat is clean and flawless. See more »
Where I'm From (Don't Fight The Clean Mix II)
Written by Passion Broussard, Kevin Irving, Valarie Webb, Rappin' 4-Tay (as Anthony Forte), Dana Meyers, Howard Hewett, Too $hort (as Todd Shaw), Bootsy Collins (as William 'Bootsey' Collins),
, Frank Waddy, George Clinton (as George Clinton, Jr.), Kevin McCord
Performed by Passion
Courtesy of MCA Records
by arrangement with MCA Special Markets and Products
Contains elements from 'I'm A Player'
Performed by Too $hort (as Too Short)
Courtesy of Jive Records
Rappin' 4-Tay appears courtesy of Chrysalis Records, a division of EMI Records/Rag Top Records See more »
This movie, I think, is one of Sandler's best and I laughed my A off. I've watched it probably 15 times and I still laugh. I think the characters were well formed and the comedic chemistry between Sandler and Wayans was really entertaining! I think Archie Moses was a cute and fun character(especially when he used this Budweiser dog as a hostage and then out of guilt he lets the mutt go).I also love it when he and Keats are at each others throats one minute and then best buds the next. My favorite line in the whole movie is when Keats and Moses are pulled over by the cops and Moses has to pretend he's mentally challenged and while pulling a dopey face he says "Disneylaaaaaaaaahhhhhnd." Hillarious. James Caan made a brief cameo as Sandler's notorious boss, Coulton and that was cool too.This movie is no Academy Award winner, but so what! It made me laugh and dispite other reviews it is my favorite Sandler, tied with The Wedding Singer and Happy Gilmore off course. Very, very humerous.
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