Tag Archives: David Spade

Lost and Found - 1/2*

In Lost and Found, David Spade has gained his first leading role in a non-buddy movie. It’s too bad he’s not up to the task. Yet again, Spade is cast as another smarmy loser, this time an Italian restaurant owner … Continue reading

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Senseless - *

Senseless is a prime example of what can happen when you try to push a one-joke concept a bit too far. Director Penelope Spheeris is no stranger to this, having subjected audiences before to such tortures as The Beverly Hillbillies. … Continue reading

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8 Heads in a Duffel Bag - 1/2*

Eight Heads in a Duffel Bag is a dark comedy that aims to shock, but dulls instead. The heads in the title refer to eight decapitated heads that mobster Tommy Spinelli (Joe Pesci) is carrying cross country as proof of … Continue reading

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Tommy Boy - *

Most of the time, this poor comedy simply falls flat. A few times it sinks even lower. It doesn’t have the confidence to follow through on a joke, but tries to drown the viewer with situation after situation…and succeeds in … Continue reading

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