Unfortunately, this trailer is the only one produced and is not a great example but does give an idea of the movie flow. We will produce anew trailer soon.
It is honestly refreshing to see Chris Kattan back at his very best. See Chris playing his trademark zany antics in a way that is neither desperate or tired. In fact, it was every bit as entertaining as “Cory Romano 2001”. Overall, this was a fine entry in his repertoire.
I thought this was a great movie. I really liked it, everyone should watch this one. It’s funny, a great movie to watch with the family, as it’s not filled with nudity, swearing, sex scenes or any of that stuff. Great movie, I really enjoyed watching this.
Absolutely Ridiculously Funny and very Colorful plus Kattan was Awesomeness.
Chris can make anything funny and interesting.. Lol good movie to watch with the kids
Freakin FUNNY!!! Thanks!
Enjoyed this! Funny with a great ending. Nice to watch a movie without a bunch of unwanted and unnecessary vulgarity.
2013| 1h 4m |
This movie is about identical twins that were separated at birth: One a prominent, and successful psychiatrist (Chris Kattan); the other a lifelong mental patient. When the doctor is called to his brother’s institution to perform a favor of sorts, fate intervenes.
You absolutely do not want to miss Crazy Enough.
Directed By: Lance McDaniel
Starring: Chris Kattan, Brooke Anna Leedy, Susan Gibb, Jonathan Beck Reed
When their identities are confused and they are forced to switch places, it thrusts them both into worlds they never expected and crazier than they were already used too. It is Chris Kattan’s show all the way.
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Chris Kattan – Fred / Teddy Mulberry
Brooke Anna Leedy – Dolores McDaniel
Jonathan Beck Reed – Ned Ryerson
Susana Gibb – Lorna Mulberry
Upon switching places the mental brother seems to have more of His “ducks in a row”, then you would think. The other brother stuck in the institution has to deal with everyone saying “Yea right”, when they hear his story.
While the story is obvious, it is still so hilarious to watch, even if it were no a free movie you would not want to miss this spectacular free movie. This is an entertaining film and Chris Kattan doesn’t disappoint with His insane acting.
Kattan was a member of several improvisational comedy (improv) and sketch comedy troupes, one of them being The Groundlings in Los Angeles. His father was an original member of the troupe.
Kattan also did some minor roles on TV, including the second episode of the second season of NewsRadio, “No, This Is Not Based Entirely on Julie’s Life,” as a photo shop employee.
He moved to New York City to work on Saturday Night Live from 1996 to 2003.
His recurring characters included Mr. Peepers, Mango, Azrael Abyss, Kyle DeMarco from The DeMarco Brothers, Gay Hitler, Suel Forrester (known for the term “dagitybo”) and, most notably, one half of the Butabi Brothers with fellow SNL cast member Will Ferrell, known for their trademark head-bobbing. Kattan and Ferrell continued the characters in the 1998 film A Night at the Roxbury.
Kattan was born in Culver City, California. His father, Kip King (1937–2010), was an actor and voice actor. His mother, Hajnalka E. Biro, was once photographed for Playboy and worked as a model in London. His father was Jewish. His mother, a native of Budapest, Hungary, is a Buddhist.
His stepfather was a Buddhist therapist and monk. His half-brother, Andrew Joslyn, is a professional musician and composer. Kattan was raised on a Zen retreat on Mount San Antonio (Mount Baldy), outside Los Angeles. He lived on Bainbridge Island, Washington, where he attended Bainbridge High School where he graduated in 1989.
Cynthia Gibb grew up in Westport, Connecticut, and got her big break at the age of 14 when she was discovered by the Eileen Ford Agency in New York City. She was on the cover of Vogue and Young Miss. Woody Allen saw her in one of those magazines and cast her in her first film role in his 1980 movie Stardust Memories.
Gibb is well known for her role on the soap opera Search for Tomorrow as Susan Martin Wyatt Carter from 1981 to 1983. She was also a regular for three seasons on the original Fame TV show and appeared in the first three Diagnosis: Murder movies in 1992 as Dr. Amanda Bentley.
In the TV adaptation of Gypsy, for which she was nominated for Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actress on Television Film, she starred as the adult Rose Louise/Gypsy Rose Lee, opposite Bette Midler as Mama Rose.
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