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Plot: An incompetent, immature, and dimwitted heir to an auto parts factory must save the business to keep it out of the hands of his new, con-artist relatives and big business.
Runtime: 97 mins Release Date: 07 Jul 1995
Thank you, Chris Farley, wherever you are... (by lee_eisenberg)
As it turns out, Chris Farley and David Spade only made three movies together "Coneheads", "Tommy Boy" and "Black Sheep" , but this was truly the "Citizen Kane" of their pairings. Farley plays Thomas Callahan III, the dimwitted heir to an auto parts company. His father Big Tom Brian Dennehy hires mild-mannered Richard Hayden David Spade to look after him. Big Tom is getting married to a "ten" Bo Derek , so everything has to be in order. After Big Tom suddenly dies, Tommy and Richard have to try to sell half a million auto parts to save <more>
the company from bankruptcy. From then on, the movie is pretty much an excuse for Chris Farley to do what he does best: make a mess of everything.When this movie first came out in the theaters, I saw it with my grandfather. He figured out early on that the Bo Derek and Rob Lowe characters were hiding something. But you can completely ignore that and simply luxuriate in Chris Farley's antics. Nothing is safe around his stomach, and hell hath no fury like his happy-go-lucky attitude. The scene where he sets the cars on fire, and later the deer scene, make for a pure laugh riot. Chris Farley and David Spade were truly the John Belushi and Dan Aykroyd of their era. It's a pleasure to always be able to think about "Fat guy in a little coat" time and again.
If you haven't seen Tommy Boy, I just feel sorry for you. Where I live, it's been everyones favorite comedy for ten straight years. Also, Black Sheep is another great one with Chris Farley and David Spade. This movie is pure, clean comedy unlike some of todays films. You'll laugh the hardest you've ever had, and you'll wonder why you hadn't seen it earlier. When Farley and Spade are on the same screen, it's beautiful. They contrast each other perfectly. I don't understand the low rating on this site. It's a shame people rated it so poorly. Spade really has <more>
some good one liner sarcasms that are gut splitting, and Farley has idiotic one liners the are hilarious. Even if you don'y like this movie, it gives you social status because its the talk of parties everywhere.
This is one of my favourite comedy films. Chris Farley is hilarious as the accident prone moron and David Spade is perfect playing the straight-man to Farley.The dialogue between the two of them is brilliant. The scene where the two of them are in the car singing along to Superstar by The Carpenters is a classic.Chris Farley was a great comic actor who had amazing potential - he will be sadly missed.
Farley's Best Movie By Far! (by GrantCAGE)
This movie has everything! It has a good storyline, good acting, great scenery, adventure and some brilliant gags! Chris Farley plays Tommy Callaghanhe mega successful company 'Callaghan Auto Parts' has to go on the road to stop the company going under after Big Tom dies. The trouble is that Tommy knows nothing about break pads and needs the help of Callaghan Auto Parts worker Richard David Spade . From the moment the two dorks hit the road, the movie is just so much fun. If you love slapstick with a great storyline you'll love this because the gags keep coming thick and fast and <more>
the movie will just make you laugh out loud! It was so sad about Farley's untimely death in 1997, but a credit to his genius is 'Tommy Boy'. Get it, chill out and enjoy this brilliant slapstick!
One of the Funniest Films I've Ever Seen! (by DirectorsCut19)
During my trip in a youth leadership forum, I was channel surfing until I found "Tommy Boy" on TBS. Since I have never seen this film before, I wanted to check it out. My roommate, who have already seen this, told me, "This movie is a classic." After seeing the whole movie, I came to the conclusion that he was right."Tommy Boy" is constantly funny from beginning to end, thanks to the comedic duo of Chris Farley and David Spade. Farley is a riot as the title character, a spastic doofus who just sails through life as if it wasn't important. His slacker-esqe <more>
ways soon come to a halt when his father Brian Dennehy , a wealthy "Break Pads King", dies of a heart attack on his wedding day. This leads Tommy, with the help of his sarcastic childhood friend Richard David Spade , to hit the road to sell enough break pads to save the company.The main reason "Tommy Boy" works are the funny performances from the lead cast. Farley is the funniest person in this movie, the second funniest person being Spade and the third being Rob Lowe as the film's villain who has bad luck. Another funny guy is Dan Aykroyd as Ray Zalinsky, a well-known auto parts extraordinare.Another reason the movie works is the large amount of jokes. Chris Farley has hilarious slapstick moments, and David Spade has funny snide comments and one-liners. The gags in the movie some which involves a deer and a airplane bathroom are laugh-out-loud funny, thanks to director Peter Segal Naked Gun 33 1/3 , writers Bonnie & Terry Turner 3rd Rock From the Sun, That 70s Show , and the cast."Tommy Boy" is a really funny movie, although for some unknown reason most film critics including Roger Ebert find it horrible and unfunny. I wonder when their sense of humor died. I recommend "Tommy Boy" for those who are great fans of comedy. Thank you very much, roommate.
Tommy Boy Review: A 9er out of 10 (by westra-nich)
Comedy is one of the most popular genres in the movie business. Many comedies are only good for a few half-hearted laughs. Others are good for a hearty chuckle, but lack a decent plot to make the movie memorable. A select few can connect to the audience with an engaging plot paired with hilarious jokes and lines that everyone will be saying for years to come. Tommy Boy is definitely in the latter of these categories.If an interesting plot is what you're looking for, Tommy Boy delivers. Tommy Callahan Chris Farley , a fresh college grad, but also a dimwitted goof off, inherits his <more>
father's auto part business after his sudden death. His father was a smooth talking, legendary car parts salesman, and the business is in trouble after his death. Tommy must take over the business and is faced with something he's never had in his entire life, responsibility. He embarks on a trip to sell a new line of brake pads in order to save his business, and the jobs of all his workers. He experiences many obstacles and challenges along the way. This plot, paired with a mystery, a love story, and downright hilarious scenes, makes this movie one to remember.Backing up the plot, there is a cast of great actors, including the dynamic duo of Chris Farley and David Spade. These two actors make the movie what it is. The always loud and obnoxious Chris Farley is perfect for the part of Tommy, a loud-mouthed dimwitted fool. David spade is as sarcastic as ever in his portrayal of Richard, the sarcastic know-it-all who accompanies Tommy on the brake pad selling journey. These two very different characters' bickering and disagreements, paired with the ridiculous situations they find themselves, are the main source of humor in this movie.With Tommy and Richard's crazy situations, along with other hilarious moments involving the rest of the supporting cast, Tommy Boy has everything a movie needs to be considered a great comedy. Between the slapstick humor, the crazy situations, the foolish actions and statements of Tommy, the sarcastic retorts of Richard, and the memorable lines that will be repeated by everyone for years, there is hardly any room to stop laughing.Behind every great movie is a great director, and Tommy Boy has Peter Segal to back it up. Peter Segal has made many great comedies including The Longest Yard, 50 First Dates, and Anger Management. He by no means mars his reputation with this movie, but rather bolsters it. The movie is very well done and organized, and keeps the interest of the audience. Tommy Boy is perhaps the best and most memorable of his impressive list of comedies.Even with a great plot, and endless laughs, no movie can be perfect. Tommy Boy, like all comedies has jokes that are a bit over the top and some that fail to be funny. But all in all Tommy Boy is hilarious and a movie worth watching. It is most definitely deserving of a 9er out of 10.
One of the best comedies of the '90's (by rob-236)
I saw this film knowing absolutely nothing about both it and its stars, Chris Farley and David Spade, and I have to say that this film is a comic classic. It is so stupid at times that it can only be hilarious. Farley is brilliant as the bumbling idiot who takes to the road with his dad's right hand man the equally excellent Spade to find the funding to save the families 'auto parts' business. Relax, put your brain on auto-pilot and soak up the fun. A great supporting cast features film favourites such as Brian Dennehy Cocoon , Rob Lowe Wayne's World and Bo Derek <more>
Hilarious hilarious film. Chris Farley is missed (by tnrcooper)
Well, on the day that Rob Schneider plunges himself further into the black hole of notoriously bad movies by starring in the absolutely not-at-all-wanted "Deuce Bigalow: European Gigolo" hmmmm....wasn't there a film called Roadtrip which was followed by a sequel called Eurotrip? And now there's Deuce Bigalow: Male Gigolo followed by sequel Deuce Bigalow: European Gigolo.......I smell a pattern. Perhaps soon there will be Spiderman: European webs are Hotter.....or not I am writing about this much maligned at time of release film. I was one of those maligners, I must <more>
admit. I turned my nose up at it even while Chris Farley shoved cocaine up his nose and the SNL cast struggled through one of the worst seasons in their history in '94-'95, the Norm McDonald anchorship notwithstanding. Films like Happy Gilmore, Tommy Boy, and Black Sheep came out in the couple years after this period and we realized there was a dark future for the caliber of Spade-Farley-Schneider-Sandler films. However I watched this film the other day, ten years after and 8 years after Chris died and could not stop laughing. Yes it's not particularly sophisticated. Farley does what Farley does not unlike Manny being Manny but his "Van Down By the River" motivational speaker shtick in which he laments that while he may not "wash enough" or "wear well-fitting clothes" or "use deodorant more than twice a week" translates well here as the ever self-effacing character who realizes he's not the brightest, not the best-looking, and could stand to lose a few pounds. All the same, he's trying his best to do what he's supposed to. And David Spade just tosses off his snide one-liners as he did for "Spade's Hollywood Minute" and basically stings Farley's self-esteem. There's really not a whole lot more to say than that. I love the one scene when Farley catches Spade spanking his monkey and then makes a couple quips about it. Can't remember what the first one is but the second one, they're lying in their hotel beds and Farley says to Spade, "Do you like baseball?". Spade mutters something inaudible in response and Farleys says, "the New York YANK-ees?" Anyway Farley does his awkward, painfully sensitive, frat-boy shtick. If you like, you like it. I couldn't stop laughing.
Excellent ! I have to think back a *very* long time to find a film that's made me laugh quite so much. The writing is top-notch, the story is satisfying, and the entire cast is excellent - Chris Farley has never been better. One of the very best comedies of the 90s.