Action / Comedy

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Kirstie Alley Photo
Kirstie Alley as Jessie Bannister
John Larroquette Photo
John Larroquette as Mark Bannister
John Diehl Photo
John Diehl as Fred
Alison La Placa Photo
Alison La Placa as Claudia
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668.73 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 30 min
P/S 0 / 3
1.38 GB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 30 min
P/S 0 / 2

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by jellopuke6 / 10

Not the worst thing ever

This is one of those late 80's comedies with low stakes, minor stars, and a few laughs. It's even got an animated opening credits. It doesn't aim high, but there's a few good bits so it's not a total waste of time. Don't get me wrong, this ain't shakespeare, but it's a pleasant enough diversion if you like the era.

Reviewed by moonspinner552 / 10

You'd have to be mad to visit this 'House'

Great cast of TV-comedy hams can't save this one, a dud written and directed by Tom Ropelewski--it resembles an unsold television pilot sans laugh-track. Married couple John Larroquette and Kirstie Alley are dismayed to find their home overtaken (and positively trashed) by an eccentric assortment of witless relatives and obnoxious friends. Ropelewski apparently didn't learn a cardinal rule of the movie makers' handbook: wild party sequences are rarely ever funny on the screen (and this picture is ninety percent brawling). Too bad; Larroquette and Alley make a potentially funny couple, and dryly disengaged Alison La Placa has a wicked gleam in her eyes (you keep expecting her to say something hilarious until the anticipation itself becomes funny). * from ****

Reviewed by preppy-310 / 10

Not a good movie but I'm giving it a 10!

Kirstie Alley and John Larroquette get their beautiful dream house which is invaded by friends, co-workers, next door neighbors, relatives etc etc. slowly driving them crazy.

Alley and Larroquette made this when their series "Cheers" and "Night Court" were on the air and big hits. If not for that, this would have gone straight to video. The plot is old hat, production values are nonexistent and it's poorly directed. Also, ALL the humor is either sick, silly or a combo. BUT this movie makes me laugh! I've seen it at least 4 or 5 times and, I have to admit, each time I was laughing out loud. I usually hate sick humor like this but something about this movie really hits me...and I'm really surprised this got by with a PG-13--some of this humor is VERY offensive. Also Alley and Larroquette are very good and make a very pleasing couple. Dennis Miller also pops up once in a while playing the straight man (!!).

So, this is NOT a good movie. It's just a vulgar, offensive comedy...and absolutely hysterical! I recommend this highly...sort of.

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