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Perhaps Stripes and Caddyshack screenwriter Harold Ramis and Commando director Mark Lester were not an ideal collaborative team. But while this 1986 misfit comedy is something of a misfire, SCTV fans can take heart in watching John Candy and Eugene Levy triumph over weak material as mismatched security guards who stumble upon mob corruption. Candy, in particular, does wonders with a role that in lesser hands would have been a mere "fatty falls down" stereotype. He plays a cynical disgraced cop who takes Levy's cowardly former lawyer under his wing ("Stick with me, I'll keep you out of trouble," he reassures him). Like Ramis's character in Stripes, Levy rises to the occasion under fire, and even gets the girl--Meg Ryan in early ingénue mode, trying out the fetching grins and ingratiating smiles that would make her America's sweetheart three years later in When Harry Met Sally. --Donald Liebenson --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
good movie,only good john candy movie made....if u like chevy chase movies, u might like this onePublished on Sept. 27 2002 by cjnhgj
Funny movie, keeps you laughing...Candy and Levy are good, but Bob Loggia is great as a corrupt thug mafioso who will has a roughneck hit squad beating people and stealing union... Read morePublished on Jan. 4 2002 by Lance Eugene
This movie plays like a long Saturday Night Live skit more than anything else, which is why people complain so much about the script, but it's pretty good actually, it made me... Read morePublished on June 20 2001 by Dontlistentome