George Lois and Ed McCabe reminisce about their careers, their cohorts, and creative influences, including Bill Bernbach, David Ogilvy, Mies van der Rohe, Picasso, and Mark Rothko. It's an ... See full summary »
The 1992 spot shows a 26-year-old Crawford pulling up to the Halfway Café in a red sports car while wearing a white tank top and jean shorts. Two young boys stare as the supermodel buys a Pepsi from a vending machine and drinks it down.
A quiet school truant officer, Joe, uncovers a young boy's attempt to fake a residential address, and subsequently gets involved romantically with the boy's mother. The truant officer ... See full summary »
An average kind of guy who has a slight problem with gambling goes to the track, and mystically, it seems as though he can't lose, no matter how he bets; and he has an incredible day.Written by
The name of the pick-pocket was Morgan. See more »
The cashier calculated the potential winnings from the last wager on the odds BEFORE the bet. A wager that size would have made the horse the odds-on favorite resulting in a profit of just the minimum payoff of five cents on the dollar. See more »
I love, love, love, love this movie! I have probably watched it beginning to end 25 times and never tire of it. Probably the only other comedy I have seen as many times is Blazing Saddles.
Dreyfuss, Garr and Johansen and especially Tilly are great. I couldn't think of anyone else playing these parts.
This is the type of movie that gets lost on the shelves of your local video store. The actors are solid, but not stars, and the movie is not geared to the "moron" crowd. But it constantly delivers belly laugh after belly laugh.
And to think it's just a little story about a guy at the track that is "having a very good day"!
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