I agree. I could watch it 100 times and laugh 101. Jeff Morris sets it up perfectly with his delivery.
"Look's like "Susan's Plan"
Yep, sig guessed it. One of the more obscure John Landis films. Took me forever to find a copy.
It gets a bit of a bum wrap in it's reviews. It doesn't rank up there with BluBros or Werewolf, but I found it was pretty good and has a lot of really funny scenes. And, having a scene with all three of their names attached (Landis, Aykroyd, Morris) was just an added bonus.
I also felt that what made it even more interesting is that it is out of character for a "typical" John Landis film and nearly every actor in the movie was out of, what most would consider, their normal character(s). I'd give it a thumbs up. Aykroyd was great as always, but IMO Michael Biehn steals this one, ... if only by a narrow margin.
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