Once, he was on top of the world as a popular child actor on TV. Now, he's Hollywood's punchline about everything wrong with people who were famous as children. All Dickie Roberts wants to do is find that one gig that will restore his honor and everyone's love of him, so after learning that Rob Reiner's making an ambitious new movie destined to sweep the Oscars, Dickie's first in line to audition. He walks out having learned he certainly looks the part but can't act it... yet, owing to his very unusual childhood. To research the role, Dickie embarks on a bizarre scheme to live with a suburban family to see how the average American child lives, having them put him up as their "son". But once his gloves are off, Dickie discovers how great it is to be part of a true family, and whether he gets the part or not, his attempt at method acting will certainly change his life forever.Written by
At the very end of the credits, David Spade can be heard in voice-over, talking directly to the audience. Among other things, he encourages moviegoers to abandon their trash in their seats, and accuses someone in the audience of farting (then admits it was he). See more »
If your into short quirky jokes like I am then you'll have no problem at all getting the biggest kick out of this movie. I couldn't stop laughing which may or may not be a good thing. I truly think that the number of stars it was given is horrible, of course unless you saw it with a younger child and didn't think it was a very appropriate movie or you just don't like good comedy. There was a very large amount of inappropriate words that were in the movie that young kids probably should not hear, but that's the risk of letting a child under the age of 13 see the movie. For everyone who is saying that the movie is bad, you should just stick with a regular non-comedy movie and not give a bad rep to this movie. I give it a 9/10
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