Michael Keaton at his best Amazing how he plays himself plus three clones and despite that they all look exactly the same they are four completely different distinct people and personalities. That's acting and rarely seen in this quality in a comedy.
When Michael Keaton (Beetlejuice, Batman) persuades a Japanese auto firm to reopen his hometown's defunct auto factory, he's a hero. But when the Japanese hire him to enforce their policies among his American co-workers, he goes from hero to zero in seconds flat.
A tremendously funny all-star cast is assembled by director Harold Ramis ("Analyze This," "Caddyshack") to populate "Club Paradise," a free-wheeling Club Med-style resort where a sun-filled, fun-filled time is guaranteed for all. Oscar-winner Robin Williams ("Happy Feet," "Night at the Museum") runs the place -- or does it run him? -- playing host to the eccentric guests and the none-too-saner employees, not to mention the baffled locals. Featuring Oscar-honoree Peter O'Toole ("Venus," "Lawrence of Arabia"); Eugene Levy ("For Your Consideration," "A Mighty Wind"), Rick Moranis ("Little Shop of Horrors," "Ghostbusters"), Andrea Martin ("The Producers," "My Big Fat Greek Wedding"), '60s supermodel Twiggy ("The Blues Brothers"), "Saturday Night Live" alumni Mary Gross ("A Might Wind"), Robin Duke ("Multiplicity") and Brian Doyle-Murray ("Groundhog Day"), and reggae legend Jimmy Cliff, whose music provides the beat to the island fun.
Meet the McTeagues. They've come to stake a claim in their wealthy uncle's will... only he's not dead yet! Michael J. Fox, Kirk Douglas and Nancy Travis star in this wickedly funny comedy of heirs. As his family tries to get rich the old-fashioned way groveling Uncle Joe (Kirk Douglas) watches them elevate back-stabbing and brown-nosing to a whole new level. From the creators of "Parenthood" and "City Slickers", Greedy is proof positive that money can buy lots of laughs! (Original Title - Greedy)
Michael Keaton plays a husband and father who loses his job as an engineer at the auto manufacturing plant. After struggling to find another job, his wife lands a high paying position at an advertising agency. While she goes to the office each day, he stays home to take care of the house and the children. As she is climbing the ladder of success at work, he puts great effort into becoming a hopelessly inept househusband.
History repeats itself in this inventive, side-splitting comedy. Murray, a Pittsburgh weatherman on assignment in Punxsutawney, PA., gets stuck in a comic time-warp and must experience the same groundhog day over and over again...until he learns to appreciate the little things in life! Along the way he falls in love with his beautiful and brainy producer.
Armed with his genius as a biologist/physician, Dr. Wolper is intent on mastering the process of creating life... specifically in the form of his dead wife. All that's standing in his way is the university, the faculty, the laws of nature and about 20 local ordinances. But just when he is about to unravel the mystery of life, a sexy young assistant (Mariel Hemingway) moves in and captures his heart. Now, the only life that comes unraveled is his own.
This sequel to Mr. Boogedy picks up some time after the event of the first film. The Davis family has moved on from its horrifying start to embrace their new life in their New England community. As the town prepares for a local festival, Carleton Davis (Richard Masur) is asked to be guest of honor. However, his rival in the novelty business, Tom Lynch (Eugene Levy), is jealous and highly upset by this news. As Tom tries to sabotage the upcoming festivities, Carleton's two sons accidentally unleash Mr. Boogedy into the small town again. Mr. Boogedy soon takes Carleton's wife for himself, forcing the remaining Davis family members to band together to send him back to where he belongs. In their journey to send Mr. Boogedy back to where he came from, Tom finds Mr. Boogedy's magical coat and tries to use it for his own fiendish plans.