Dim-witted party animal Tommy Callahan needs to save the family business when his father passes away. He teams up with his father’s right-hand man, Richard Hayden, to help him save the business.
I was rather surprised by this film. I have gotten quite sick of the raunchy comedies as of late. I’ve always considered these two comedians, David Spade and Chris Farley, into that lot. I rather enjoyed the comedic lines in this film and as I watched I kept thinking that they must have had a lot of laughs making the film. There were points in the film that I thought David and Chris must have struggled with keeping a straight face. It definitely has the good triumphs the bad storyline.