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Andy Dick appears on the cover art and poster but is not in the movie. At the time Dick was getting a lot of work in print ads. See more »
When Grimmer shoots at Ellis behind the stained glass at Grand Central Station, his gun locks as if he has fired his last round of a magazine. When the camera comes back to him, the gun is back to ready position without his cycling a magazine. See more »
The plot description sounds hilarious: It's about a schizophrenic (Dan Aykroyd) who drives his policeman partner (Gene Hackman) crazy because he has like twenty different personalities from various television shows. However, the different personalities took up very little of the movie; most of it was about how emotionally disturbed Aykroyd is by his schizophrenism (is that a word?). The plot beyond Aykroyd's delusions is forgettable - in fact, I forgot about it already (I think it had something to do with a crime). Do not waste your time with this unfunny piece of trash. And I'm only saying "trash" because the comment guidelines say no profanity.
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