Somewhere in here is the story of a loser in life finding the right stuff despite his many disadvantages and a haircut straight out of The Name Of The Ros... BEST JOKE: To a suitably bombastic ELO accompaniment, Big Ern makes bowling his bitch in a dazzlingly over-the-top final reel montage. DIRECTOR: Howard Hawks CAST: Katharine Hepburn, Cary Grant, Charles Ruggles The quintessential screwball comedy, this combines dinosaur bones, a case of mistaken leopard identity, women's clothing worn by men and a large amount of money to delightful effect.Amazingly, Katharine Hepburn had never played comedy before and was completely unsure how to go about approaching it; happily she learned from her co-stars and is delightfully ditzy here.Where other movies pay homage to Battleship Potemkin and Citizen Kane, this one was so off-the-wall it pays homage to Indecent Proposal - only here it's Amish Randy Quaid in the Demi Moore role.To say that this is one of the least gross moments in the movie tells you everything thing you need to know about the Farrelly's queasy comedic delights. MOST VALUED PLAYER: A toss-up between Harrelson and Murray, with the SNL alumnus taking the honours for his super-sleazy turn as bowling vet Big Ern Mc Cracken.
Happy, the psychotic hockey goon who loves his grandma is one of best pegs on which Sandler has hung his angry man-child schtick, and there's even a sweet romantic sub-plot, which Sandler would successfully enhance two years later for The Wedding Singer.MOST VALUED PLAYER: The aforementioned Mr Weathers as Chubbs Peterson, a former golf pro forced into early retirement by a disagreement with an alligator. Well now your back's gonna hurt because you just pulled landscaping duty!