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Tommy Boy
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Tommy Boy 1995

From Amazon: Before his death, comedian Chris Farley made a pair of surprisingly successful comedies that teamed him with Saturday Night Live colleague David Spade. Their relationship in each film was pretty much the same, but then so was Abbott and Costello's or Laurel and Hardy's (not that Farley and Spade are in their league). In Tommy Boy, Farley plays the ne'er-do-well son of a successful auto parts manufacturer (Brian Dennehy). When Dad drops dead just after marrying a young new wife, it's up to Tommy (aided by sarcastic bean-counter Spade) to rescue the company by taking over for his father. Black Sheep features a slightly...

Directed By:
No image existsPeter Segal
Written By:
No image existsBonnie Turner
No image existsTerry Turner
Chris FarleyChris Farley
David SpadeDavid Spade
No image existsBrian Dennehy
No image existsBo Derek
Dan AykroydDan Aykroyd
No image existsJulie Warner
No image existsRob Lowe
No image existsDov Tiefenbach

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Tommy Boy Movie Review by Zara (1/7/2008)

The chemistry between Chris Farley and David Spade was what won me over about a movie that I found mostly lame otherwise. It's in this film that we get the eternal "Faaaaat man in a liiiiiiittle coooooooat!"

But there are elements to this movie that quickly get overlooked while the film is busy focusing on this mismatched...

(complete Tommy Boy review by Zara)

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