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  • Actors: Chevy Chase, Dan Aykroyd, John Candy, Demi Moore, Valri Bromfield
  • Directors: Dan Aykroyd
  • Writers: Dan Aykroyd, Peter Aykroyd
  • Producers: John D. Schofield, Lester Berman, Michael Ewing, Robert K. Weiss
  • Format: Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, DVD-Video, Full Screen, NTSC, Import
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: PG-13
  • Studio: Warner Home Video
  • Release Date: Nov. 10 1998
  • Run Time: 94 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (62 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: 6305162018

Product Description

Nothing But Trouble is a 1991 American horror comedy. Dan Aykroyd directed and co-starred in the film and also wrote the screenplay with his brother Peter.

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3.2 out of 5 stars

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Movie Collector on Jan. 3 2007
Format: DVD
For all of you persons who just love to watch a movie that may be a little unrealistic, well this is the one...I remember watching this movie when I was a young girl...I did not really find it all that scary, maybe a few parts were a little twisted but every movie has to be a little different in it's own way...Don't you think? My whole family just watched it this evening and let's just say that my youngest who is 5 was not scared by any means...he actually laughed at things that he didn't even understand (but well, when watching the hot dog part) oh my...my hubby laughed his head off when he realized what the judge's nose was...if you have watched it and caught on then you will know what I mean by this...some may find it a bit offensive, but atleast it is a good old movie that does not use the "F" word in every other sentence unlike the new movies today...so if you decide to buy it or rent or whatever it may be, just watch it with an open mind and enjoy...I was so excited to get my hands on this movie after all these years...as a matter of fact, I will more than likely watch it a hundred times over and over again...enjoy!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By sixpackrt on Dec 9 2003
Format: DVD
Once again, Warner Bros. has successfully offended me by putting another one of my favorites on DVD in a low-quality pan & scan disc. They really need to stop blowing off their movies with cruddy DVDs like this. If they have so little respect for these movies they shouldn't have greenlit the projects in the first place. Hear me, Warners? You should be ashamed. I find myself regetting that other studios did not release these movies. If New Line had released it, this film would have gotten proper digital video disc treatment. Or even Paramount for that matter.
But to get to the film at hand. I must say that my four star rating (this is for the actual movie) is a bit biased. This film barely makes three stars, but I am quite fond of it. It never did well and most people have forgotten it. But I have fond memories of it. It's a clever little movie that gives a nod to the black humour of "rural" horror films of the past such as The Texas Chainsaw Massacre. That backwoods American gothic vibe is very prevalent here as a group of wandering yuppies stumble upon a roughneck family controlling a small town in the sticks. But mind you, this is more or less a pretty lighthearted movie. John Candy takes a double role as the town Sheriff and The Judge's daughter. The Judge, played with complete and utter excellence by Dan Akroyd, takes the supreme chair in the crumbling mansion that doubles as the town hall. And Demi Moor and Chevy Chase are just fine as the well-meaning yuppies. The jokes are not sophisticated (laughs are derived from such things as gross food to the dirty living conditions of the old Judge) but they come often enough to keep the wheels rolling. All in all, a well-done little movie that I truly think deserves the label "under-rated". Now, if only I could say the same about Warner.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By sixpackrt on Dec 9 2003
Format: DVD
Once again, Warner Bros. has successfully offended me by putting another one of my favorites on DVD in a low-quality pan & scan disc. They really need to stop blowing off their movies with cruddy DVDs like this. If they have so little respect for these movies they shouldn't have greenlit the projects in the first place. Hear men, Warners? You should be ashamed. I find myself regetting that other studios did not release these movies. If New Line had released it, this film would have gotten proper digital video disc treatment. Or even Paramount for that matter.
But to get to the film at hand. I must say that my four star rating (this is for the actual movie) is a bit biased. This film barely makes three stars, but I am quite fond of it. It never did well and most people have forgotten it. But I have fond memories of it. It's a clever little movie that gives a nod to the black humour of "rural" horror films of the past such as The Texas Chainsaw Massacre. That backwoods American gothic vibe is very prevalent here as a group of wandering yuppies stumble upon a roughneck family controlling a small town in the sticks. But mind you, this is more or less a pretty lighthearted movie. John Candy takes a double role as the town Sheriff and The Judge's daughter. The Judge, played with complete and utter excellence by Dan Akroyd, takes the supreme chair in the crumbling mansion that doubles as the town hall. And Demi Moor and Chevy Chase are just fine as the well-meaning yuppies. The jokes are not sophisticated (laughs are derived from such things as gross food to the dirty living conditions of the old Judge) but they come often enough to keep the wheels rolling. All in all, a well-done little movie that I truly think deserves the label "under-rated". Now, if only I could say the same about Warner.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on Sept. 9 2002
Format: VHS Tape
Regardless of whether one liked or disliked this movie, I think we can all agree that one has to be in a certain frame of mind to watch it and possibly get anything out of it. If you're looking for an intellectually stimulating movie, avoid this one at all costs. This isn't its purpose. But if you're in the mood to just wind down a bit and watch a goofy, crazy flick, it might be for you.
Ok, so the plot is dumb. But the great cast do a nice job with what they're given. Dan Aykroyd's character was my least favorite one but he was entertaining as the impossibly-old judge. Chevy Chase was good as he usually is with his witty and funny one-liners. The always sexy Demi Moore was very pleasing to watch indeed. And then there's John Candy, the reason I bought this movie (I'm a John Candy completist). As always, he was great.
But getting back to basics: Is this movie Oscar-worthy? Far from it. Will it change your life? No. Will it entertain you? Possibly, if you can look past its absurdity and the stigma that movies like this usually revolve around...
On a side note, pick up Nothing But Trouble's soundtrack if you ever find it (I believe it's out of print now). While ecclectic in its musical selections, it's a fine soundtrack.
To conclude, I give Nothing But Trouble 3 stars and add another just for John Candy (yes, I'm a die-hard fan).
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