Black Sheep

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Released 1996

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Director:
Penelope Spheeris
Released:
1996
Rating:
PG-13
Black Sheep is a comedy by the famous "Saturday night Live" alums Chris Farley and David Spade. Mike Donnelly (Chris Farley) does his familial duty and supports his brother Al Donnelly's (Tim Matheson) run for mayor. He isn't very bright, so Al delegates him as official campaign van driver. Unfortunately, even a job like this turns out to be too much. Mike is chased down the street by angry dogs and eventually crashes the van. Even after repeated attempts from Al's campaign manager, Roger Kovary (Timothy Carhart), to fire him, Mike stays on staff. Due to the tight campaign budget, however, it's up to him to find a new car. Steve Dodds (David Spade), an ambitious politician, hears about this and buddies up to Mike. He offers to be Mike's personal driver in exchange for a spot on Al's staff when he wins the election. Unfortunately, Steve is even more danger-prone than Mike...
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Comedy

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sarcastic characters, funny fat guy, money making schemes, father and son, Politics