Identical twins separated at birth: One a prominent psychiatrist; the other a life long mental patient. When the doctor gets called to his brother's institution, fate intervenes and the brothers swap places.
Brooke Anna Leedy,
Jonathan Beck Reed
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[holds up gun]
Whadya want bitch?
I was wondering if I could purchase some heroin and then we could go out and do some hate crimes and stuff.
[skinhead rips off Corky's shirt reveiling his wire]
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I absolutely LOVE this movie and have to say that it is by far my favorite comedy. There are parts of this movie where you are laughing so hard that your stomach hurts and you have to re-watch those parts because you were laughing to hard to hear exactly what was going on.
Have to admit that I'm a fan of Chris Kattan and loved him on Saturday Night Live. He's great at comedic acting and this movie is most certainly proof of that! Although, still, he seems to be at ease in the parts of the movie where things get a little serious (although nothing can be too serious in this movie!).
I recommend it for watching. Not all sense of humors are the same, but personally, I loved it...as did my entire family!
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