Monte Peterson, a rich real-estate developer, is going through his third divorce. His friend Ray has found a good site for a ski resort in Utah, and Monte comes to bid on the land, ... See full summary »
Sidney J. Furie
Andrew Dice Clay,
After the death of his older brother, Giuseppe "The Guppy" Calzone (Kevin McDonald) becomes head of the Calzone Mob Family. His aging father (Dom DeLuise) knows his son is not cut out for ... See full summary »
Three snobbish high school girls prematurely age brought on from a curse, a drug (or something) after the arrival of new transfer student whom they believe is connected to a murder they committed a year earlier. A fate worse than death.
Mitchell Goosen is sixteen/seventeen year old kid from California who loves to surf and roller blade. Yet his parents, who are two zoologists were given a grant to work in Australia. The ... See full summary »
After an intoxicated (wealthy) married couple intentionally and maliciously kill the animal of a reclusive (downtrodden) loner, he concocts a plan of revenge, which includes kidnapping them... See full summary »
Chester Lee must take on the coaching duties of his company's employee daughters soccer team in order to impress his boss. Desperate for success, he enlists the aid of a "ringer", his fiancées son! Wackiness ensues.Written by
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During the first soccer match a close up of Rodney Dangerfield shows Jackée Harry breaking character when she's visably holding back laughter. See more »
Chester is talking to Matthew from the van and Matthew is holding a football. A teacher asks Matthew if he is all right and we see Matthew holding his backpack and not the football. Earlier, Matthew left his backpack with his friend, who threw him the football. See more »
Say, are you Coach Chester Lee?
I'm Coach Cannoli. There's a rumor that you, on your soccer team, dressed a boy as a girl.
Cannoli, that is patently ridiculous.
[turns to Chester]
I'm sorry, Chester.
I'm insulted. How can you stoop so low as to repeat a ridiculous rumor like that? How dare you.
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When this movie is aired on network television, particulary the Disney Channel, TNT, and TBS, one line is shortened in the scene where Chester talks to the bartender. In the theatrical release, when the bartender asks what happened, Chester says "Well...I took her son...dressed him up as a girl, and talked him into playing with me". Then he is kicked out of the bar. In the TV version, he says "Well, I took her son, dressed him up as a girl.." Then we see him get kicked out. The reason for this cut is probably because it is too sexually suggestive. See more »
I consider Rodney Dangerfield to be the funniest man who has ever lived. He's the best stand-up comedian of all time. He's great. Out of all his movies, I like this one the best. CADDYSHACK is a classic too, but I watched it recently and I realized Rodney Dangerfield is hardly in it at all. The more Rodney Dangerfield, the better. LADYBUGS proves that. This movie is all about Rodney. If you are a fan of all of Rodney Dangerfield's one liners, this movie is for you. He keeps them coming throughout the whole hour and a half. In addition to Rodney's one liners, the movie also contains some great visual gags (the changing room scene is hilarious). LADYBUGS is easily one of the best movies not available on DVD.
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