• chrisbg99
    A Real Turtles Fighter
    Comments: 21

    I watched this on Netflix a while back and I got to agree. Very solid comedy and Chris Farley did a great job. I liked that his character, while a big, accident prone goofball, was still a competent woodsman and not just the guy Davi…I mean Matthew Perry drug around.

  • TSNeph
    Old Man
    Comments: 2

    Looking at this I thought it reminded me vaguely of Wagons East, and then to hear its Chris Farley’s last film, just like that was with John Candy? Weird. Still, it looks like a funny film, and I’m going to check it out.

  • dicnar
    Old Man
    Comments: 2

    Jezus christ i spend 15 miniutes trying to log in but I just havd to post. This movie has exacly the same nostalgic value to me, I’ve been quoting it with my brother ever since we saw it for the first time, and usually no one but us know what are we talking about. There’s just to much great jokes to list them, this movie has a ton of really great, original humor. I’ve been spreading the love for this flick all around and I’m suprised that it’s still so unrecognizable as one of the funniest movies of all time. And yes, it is “diffrent” to watch it knowing that Chris Farley has passed away.

    Ps. The only guy from the crew that seemed a bit pointless was the priest, really can’t remember any good joke with him. apart from giving mattew perry his last rites.

  • M Chambers
    Comments: 67

    “Chris Farley wasn’t just the fat guy who fell over things.”
    Amen. Sometimes he was the fat guy in a dress who fell over things.
    I wouldn’t go as far as saying Chris Farley was revolutionary performer. He was just the fat guy who fell over things. That by itself is funny. But he couldn’t go beyond that.
    His SNL sketches were so funny even his fellow actors couldn’t keep a straight face. But his movies… Roger Ebert described him as “nails on a chalkboard.” He couldn’t hold a 90 minute film together. This is why SNL actors should stay on SNL. What’s funny for 5 minutes isn’t funny for 90 minutes.