Mitch and Sam have to come up with $50,000 and fast! The only problem is neither one can hold down a job. Mitch finds a way to money by exploiting the only talents the two have, by opening a "Revenge For Hire" business. Written by
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Posters for 2 different 'James Bond' films are seen throughout this movie. The first poster seen is for "Tomorrow Never Dies" (1997) at the movie theater where Mitch and Sam are briefly employed. The second poster seen is for "From Russia with Love" (1963) during the sabotage of the building at 99 Franklin Street. See more »
When Mitch and Sam are getting ready to destroy the building at 99 Franklin Street the same green car drives behind them twice in the same direction. See more »
Hand over the milk money, Weaver.
I'm afraid I can't do that, Derek. I'm just not sure you'll spend it on milk.
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Funny outtakes from the filming play during the first half of the credits. See more »
This movie is just great escapist fun, best enjoyed on a lazy day when you're feeling quite goofy and want to watch a totally cheese-ball comedy to give you a good guilty laugh.
It's one of those dumb but lovable comedies that rambles all over the place, taking zany pokes at lots of things in society: relationships, the police, jobs, the opera, homeless people, circus people, drug dealers, doctors, pet lap dogs, and lots more. Oh yeah, there are also dead hookers in trunks of cars. No kidding.
There are wonderfully mirthful performances by the likes of Norm MacDonald, Jack Warden, Artie Lange, Don Rickles, Chevy Chase, Chris Farley, and others (Chris Farley is more than funny in this one - he's downright scary!). I also liked Traylor Howard (Kathy) in this one. What a sweetie!
Anyway, go rent it, turn off any semblance of higher intellect that you may possess, sit back, and enjoy.
*Note to self: watch this movie again, and laugh foolishly all over again.
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