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August 23, 1996
Web posted at: 8:00 p.m. EDT
In "Black Sheep," the duo from "Tommy Boy," David Spade and Chris Farley,
bumble and stumble their way through a brain-dead story line
about a candidate's imbecile brother and the inept campaign
aide assigned to keep him out of trouble. But if you think
this is as low as it gets, stay tuned.
Pamela Anderson Lee plays "Barb Wire," another obscure comic
book heroine translated onto the big screen. Lee manages two
emotional levels, a slink and a sneer. Since she's going to
court anyway on another issue, she may as well sue to have
all the copies of this flick returned. (1.1 MB QuickTime movie)
She and her husband,
Motley Crew drummer Tommy Lee, have filed suit against
several workmen who they contend stole a safe from Lee's
home. The contents included an explicit bedroom video.
"Mr. Wrong," an uncomfortable comedy about the boyfriend from
hell, doesn't help Ellen DeGeneres stir up any ideas about
her becoming a big film star. Nor does it do much for Bill
Pullman, who went on to save the world this summer in
"Independence Day." It's a matter of chemistry, or a lack
thereof. See you at the rental counter.
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