FBI agent Griff Krenshaw is dispatched to solve a murder at a federal correctional facility for inmates with a rare genetic defect that leads to psychosis and violence. Once there, Griff ... See full summary »
Kathryn F. Taylor
Richard Speight Jr.,
Final appearance of Sawyer Sweeten, before his death on April 23, 2015, at the age of nineteen. See more »
When Frank is talking to Jimmy on the phone before Jimmy's death, the videotape that Jimmy holds switches front to back during the conversation. See more »
Now, folks, you know him from "Happy Days", you kinda remember him from "Charles in Charge", and you're probably unaware that he was on "Diagnosis: Murder"... let's give a big round of applause for Scott Baio!
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Despite being made by a major Hollywood studio, "Frank McKlusky, C.I." barely got a theatrical release. Watching it, it's easy to see why the studio got cold feet. To be fair, it's some distance from the worst comedies I have seen. For one thing, Dave Sheridan takes the lead role that could have been made absolutely obnoxious by another actor and makes the character quite likable. And there are a few mild chuckles here and there. However, the movie for the most part simply isn't that funny. Some gags border on bad taste, but most of the failed gags not only come across as quite childish (like a child actually conceived them), but are executed with a surprising lack of crazy energy. It doesn't help that the production values of the entire enterprise come across as surprisingly shoddy at time. At least the movie is somewhat short (only 82 minutes if you count the closing credits), though there are signs that the movie was significantly cut down in the editing room, perhaps in a desperate attempt to save it.
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