THE SQUEEZE causes you to ask yourself . . . "Hey! I've been watching this for 25 minutes. Are they writing the script as they go along?" It is almost as if the director conceded that since we're not getting any laughs, let's make this into a mystery. Failing that route, it ended up trying to make the kids happy with a lot of special effects. Yes, Keaton tried to play the comic, but only manages to play a misfit-in-society figure. I give three stars to this movie only because I did not fall asleep; and also because Rae Dawn Chong worked very hard to act out her role, whatever that was supposed to be. I saw this movie again after a spell of ten years hoping that I'd find something in it after that time lapse. I think that I did detect a New Yorker's joke about New Jersey on the second time around.