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Michael Cole almost 4 years ago
Such a disappointment after Tommy Boy
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Black Sheep is a 1996 comedy film, directed by Penelope Spheeris and starring the comedy duo Chris Farley and David Spade. The film portrays a political contest in which the candidate deals with unwanted and incompetent help from his brother. The film co-stars Tim Matheson, Christine Ebersole, and Gary Busey. Chris Owen and Fred Wolf have cameo appearances, and Farley's real-life brothers Kevin Farley and John P. Farley appear as two security guards at an MTV Rock the Vote concert. The film grossed $32.3 million during its U.S. theatrical run. Mike Donnelly (Chris Farley) is driving an advertisement truck to support his brother Al Donnelly's (Tim Matheson) campaign for Governor of Washington; his competition being incumbent Evelyn Tracy (Christine Ebersole). Mike is chased by dogs while driving the truck and crashes into a local movie theatre, causing the local people to get upset. Al's campaign manager, Roger Kovary (Timothy Carhart), who deeply hates Mike, advises Al to get rid of...
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