Scott Hardie | July 7, 2002
Matt and Kelly have been telling me for years to watch this movie, and tonight I finally did, thanks to a midnight showing on UPN. It was about what I expected: Very funny, but not as wild as it could have been. I laughed the most at one of the simplest moments: At the end of a station promo, Michael Richards saying: "Be there! huh-uh" Cool movie. And Kevin McCarthy is still alive today.


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