The Dream Team

1989

Action / Comedy / Crime / Thriller

13
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 54%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 62%
IMDb Rating 6.5 10 10976

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Michael Keaton as Billy Caufield
Christopher Lloyd as Henry Sikorsky
James Remar as Gianelli
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Reviewed by SnoopyStyle 6 / 10

fun group

Billy Caufield (Michael Keaton) is a delusional writer with anger issues. Henry Sikorsky (Christopher Lloyd) avoids his family and pretends to be a doctor. Jack McDermott (Peter Boyle) is the religious former ad exec who likes to walk around naked. Albert Ianuzzi (Stephen Furst) has trouble communicating. Dr. Weitzman (Dennis Boutsikaris) is treating them at Cedarbrook Hospital. He takes them on a field trip to the Yankees game. Albert pretends to pee and makes a run for it. Weitzman goes looking for him and stumbles upon a murder. He is knocked unconscious and hospitalized while his patients are left on their own. Billy reconnects with girlfriend Riley (Lorraine Bracco). The guys discover that two corrupt cops (Philip Bosco, James Remar) are trying to kill Weitzman but nobody believes the four runaway mental patients.

The four leads are a fun group of comedic actors. This is set up for a hilarious irreverent road trip. It doesn't always come together but there is some fun to be had. The writing is not that sharp but the guys are able to pull out a few laughs. After Weitzman is taken to the hospital, the guys split up for about fifteen minutes. That's not the best idea since building up their fun chemistry is half the battle. The cast's full potential is never fully realized.

Reviewed by adonis98-743-186503 10 / 10

You Bust my Balls..

On the way to a baseball game, sanitarium patients get stranded in New York City after their chaperone is hospitalized and they're being pursued by criminals. The Dream Team is a 1989 comedy starring Michael Keaton, Christopher Lloyd, Peter Boyle, Stephen Furst, Lorraine Bracco and Dennis Boutsikaris. This movie caught me by surprise not only it was hilarious and touching but you also have this 4 different types of people one hardly talks, the other one thinks is a doctor, then the next one thinks is god and finally Keaton has anger issues all 4 men give outstanding performances and honestly everyone did what they had to do nicely. Movies such as this are the reason why 80's were so awesome real funny lines not jokes about farts and adult language every 5 minutes or even nudity. This is a smart comedy just think of it as One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest but only funnier. I give it a 10 out of 10 of course!!!

Reviewed by Uriah43 6 / 10

Some Comic Relief Here and There

It's been 3 weeks since 4 mental patients were taken off of their medication and the psychiatrist in charge of them has decided that it would be good therapy to take them into nearby New York City to see a Yankees baseball game. What he doesn't count on is being assaulted in an alley for witnessing a crime and being taken to a local hospital there while his 4 mental patients are left to their own devices. Neither does he realize that these 4 clinically insane individuals are all that stands between him and some rogue cops who are determined to tie up any and all loose ends by killing him. Now rather than reveal any more of this movie I will just say that this turned out to be a decent comedy all things considered. Although I was somewhat disappointed with the performance of Michael Keaton (as "Billy Caufield") he still managed to contribute some comic relief here and there so I suppose his talent wasn't totally wasted. On the other hand, I thought Stephen Furst (as "Albert Ianuzzi") was absolutely hilarious and in my opinion he essentially stole the show. In any case, despite its uneven nature I happened to like this movie and I have rated it accordingly. Slightly above average.

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