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Scott Alexander, Larry Karaszewski


Norm MacDonald
Dave Chappelle
Elaine Stritch
Danny DeVito
Sherman Hemsley
Sarah Silverman





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Rob Lewboski 09/17/2009 (0 of 0 found this helpful)

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Well I have to say I think alot of people overlook this one and that is quite A shame because this is an ALL time best for Dave and Norm this is A laugh out loud funny film that doesnt disapoint me Devito is in it and he's once again great you have to love some stupid humor for it but that's what I do

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Dumb fun with subliminal messages about work and loyalty. Willard (Norm MacDonald) is a loyal and competent chauffeur of Mrs. Crock (Elaine Stritch), a wealthy, thrifty and mean business-woman who owns a posh mansion. Rusty (Dave Chappelle) is a chicken restaurant owner who discusses with his friend norm about kidnapping the dog of Mrs. Crock for ransom. Grover (Danny DeVito), a morgue employee, is approached by the pair to connive on the scheme. The idea of kidnapping a dog for ransom, 2 kids mugging an adult with a suitcase, hitting somebody with a lamp when scared and assaulting an officer may seem too much, it's still hilarious in a way. MacDonald was fit for the role and Chappelle provides fair support. The twists were a nice touch and DeVito's strange and creepy character kind...

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