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I don't understand why this movie has gotten so many bad reviews. This movie is hilarious. The plot overall isn't that great, but then again, many comedies do not have great plots. This film was made strictly to be funny, but so was Airplane!, as well as the hit show, the Andy Milonakis Show. What I'm saying is that just because it is indeed stupid doesn't mean it's not funny. This is personally one of my favorite films (as is Airplane!) and I would recommend this film to anyone who likes mildly crude humor. I've watched the movie at least 15 times and I still laugh every time I see it. There is a joke in this movie everywhere you look (The Rosengold's; one of them is black and one is white) and it brings back stars from the 80s such as Scott Bayou from Charles In Charge. There are a couple of parts in the movie that i didn't like, such as him pulling the dog across the sidewalk (which was stupid, and not funny), but it more than makes up for it with the rest of the movie. This movie has a "surpise" funny kind of flow to it. For example, when the announcer said, " This is a man that Evil Kinevil himself once called... a god damned crazy bastard!...Madman Mcklusky!"...I expected him to say something completely different. Overall this is a extremely funny movie and anyone thinking about watching it should go ahead and do it!
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