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Chairman of the Board (1998)

A surfer becomes the head of a major company.

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A surfer and inventor Edison is chosen by his roommates to raise rent with his outrageous (and absurd) inventions. There's no luck in job interviews until he meets billionaire Armand McMillan, who likes him, and leaves his company after his death to Edison. Edison has a lot of success with his inventions while the company's competitors do all they can to destroy him. Written by Anonymous

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Rated PG-13 for crude and sex related humor and language | See all certifications »
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18 September 1998 (Singapore)  »

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Untitled Carrot Top Project  »

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$181,233 (USA) (15 March 1998)

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$306,715 (USA) (20 March 1998)
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WatchMOJO rates Chairman of the Board number 9 on their list of the top ten worst comedy movies. See more »

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After tennis, Bradford drinks about half of a cup of water and sets it down. When he picks it up again, it's half full, but as the scene changes angles, it alternates between half full and almost brimming. See more »

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Edison: [to Natalie] Hey I remember you, from the funeral!
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Arranged by Gerhard Kanzian & Ed Lewis
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So bad I can't watch it all the way through
9 September 2001 | by See all my reviews

There are many mysteries in life. For example: Why did any of the people other than Carrot Top agree to appear in this movie? Why did anyone distribute this movie? Why did anyone pay money to see it? I guess none of these questions will ever be answered, but one thing I know for sure, this movie is one of the worst ever made with a budget this big. It would already be bad, but the addition of Carrot Top's "humor" makes it even worse. The only entertainment one could possibly get from this movie is to burn it, smash it, or otherwise destroy it in an amusing fashion. If you were to rank it against every movie ever made, it would be right between "Problem Child" and "Biodome". Nuff said.


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