A con artist goes from no good to doing good when he is sentenced to a job in the dead letter department at the post office.
Dickie Roberts: Former Child Star movie trailer - starring David Spade, Craig Bierko, Ashley Edner, Scott Terra, Danny Bonaduce, Willie Aames. Directed by Sam Weisman. Genre: Comedy
Batten down the hatches and fluff up the pillows! Grif and Jenny Henderson are sailing for Europe - and bound for marital mayhem.
With their expected comic precision, James Garner and Debbie Reynolds play the Hendersons in a spirited romp from three masters of laughter on home and movie house screens: writer-producers Garry Marshall and Jerry Belson and director Jerry Paris. The Hendersons are a loving, All-American couple who try to bridge the generation gap with their free-spirited son on a trip abroad. But once on the continent, family relations run aground when some teenage girls enter the picture - and a scheming French playboy (Maurice Ronet) focuses his roving eye on Jenny. Frisky business and misunderstandings galore ensue, all funny, vibrant and charming. That's How Sweet It Is!
Michael Beach is forced to touch his aunt's corpse.
Check out more of Doc Ali and Johnny V's conversation on the beach!
Scott is pissed about the stripper and kicks Johnny V out of his house! Take a look at this extended scene!
Watch more of Johnny V's infamous mud wrestling match here!
How Sweet It Is movie trailer - Genre: Comedy
Scott faces his fears and goes to an autograph signing with Erin! Check out this highlight!
It's time for Scott to break the bad news that he won't be able to see Renee for 2 months!
In the 1970's, Dickie Roberts held the keys to success as a child star with a hit TV series. Now the only keys Dickie holds are the ones that start the customer's cars that he parks as a valet attendant for a Hollywood restaurant. Desparate to revive his acting career, Dickie tries to audition for a role in Rob Reiner's new movie but the director doesn't believe Dickie is normal enough to play the part. Determined to get the role, Dickie hires a "typical" family to give him the real-life upbringing he never had. But once Dickie moves in, the family's life becomes anything but normal as Dickie unleashes his wild inner child...and learns in the process some unforgettable lessons about fame, fortune and family values. Co-starring Mary McCormack, Jon Lovitz, Alyssa Milano and many former child stars including Danny Bonaduce, Barry Williams and Leif Garett.
A thirty-something former child star hires a foster family to re-create the childhood he never had.
Desperate to revive his acting career, Dickie tries to audition for a role in Rob Reiner's new movie but the director doesn't believe Dickie is normal enough to play the part. Determined to get the role, Dickie hires a "typical" family to give him the real-life upbringing he never had.
Special delivery for comedy fans! Greg Kinnear (Sabrina) stars in and Garry Marshall (Pretty Woman) directs this spirit-lifter about a money-scamming con artist who goes from no-good to doing good. That con artist is Tom Turner (Kinnear), whose transformation begins when a judge gives him a choice of work or prison. Tom chooses work, of course, and is assigned to a post office's Dead Letter Office. There, he begins a con of divine proportions. By responding to letters addressed to god with a few "miracles," he's in the right place to pocket any offerings mailed back. But an unexpected miracle takes place when the city starts cheering on Tom and his looney "God Squad" (featuring Tim Conway and Laurie Metcalf).
A con man gets a job at the dead letter section of the post office - when he starts answering letters sent to God, miraculous events begin to occur in this spirited comedy. With Tim Conway.
Special delivery for comedy fans! Greg Kinnear ( Auto Focus) stars in and Garry Marshall ( Pretty Woman) directs this spirit-lifter about a money-scamming con artist who goes from no-good to doing good.
Richie reasons that their church baseball team loses all its games is because the players don't have uniforms, so he organizes a fund raising performance of "Hamlet" to pay for the team's uniforms.
When Fonzie sets a pigeon coop atop the Cunningham garage and the roof caves, Mr. Cunningham sues to collect damages.
When Fonzie goes out of town for a week, he asks Richie to keep an eye on his girlfriend for him.
It's a new experience for Richie when he becomes romantically attracted to an "older woman."
Richie, Potsie and Ralph Malph visit another part of town to meet some girls and find themselves in trouble when the girls' boyfriends show up. Fonzie steps in to save the day.
Election time becomes complicated for Richie when he gets a crush on a girl campaigning for Adlai Stevenson. His dad's an avid Ike booster.
Richie is sick in bed with the flu and is bored with eating soup and doing crossword puzzles. But when his family leaves him alone in the house, pandemonium breaks loose when Fonzie, Potsie, Ralph and a burglar join him.
Over the protests of Richie, whose parents are out of town, Potsie invites three stranded beauty pageant contestants to spend the night.
The Cunningham family plans a quiet, old-fashioned family Christmas until Richie discovers Fonzie faces a lonely holiday.
Richie scoffs at kid sister Joanie's fear of the haunted Simpson house until he gets a glimpse of a ghostly figure inside one of its cobwebbed closets.
When the commanding officer of his high school ROTC group makes him squad leader, Richie finds that there's more to leadership than just shouting orders.
Richie's fears get the best of him while he's reading a book on abnormal psychology and it drives him to secretly see a psychiatrist.