Great slob-comedy about fraternity life in 1962, featuring Belushi in the role that made him a star!
Western comedy about a horse thief who is saved from the gallows by agreeing to marry a spinster who knows where a cache of gold is hidden. Terrific cast!
Dan Aykroyd as Sergeant Tree with his crew (Treat Williams as Sitarski, also John Candy) in a coastal cafe, then meeting gonzo pilot Wild Bill Kelso (John Belushi), observed by veteran Elisha Cook Jr., in Steven Spielberg's 1941, 1979.
Opening his famously expensive and box-office un-friendly follow up to Jaws and Close Encounters Of The Third Kind, director Steven Spielberg decides to have fun with a reference to the former, using the same swimmer (Denise Cheshire), in 1941, 1979, starring John Belushi.
Panic sweeps Hollywood when a Japanese invasion is suspected in Steven Spielberg's gigantic farce 1941 (1979).
The Blues Brothers -- After the release of Jake Blues from prison, he and brother Elwood take their blues band back on the road in an attempt to raise money for the orphanage where they were raised. Havoc ensues as the brothers seek redemption on their 'mission from God'.
Neighbors -- A couple with a newborn baby face unexpected difficulties after they are forced to live next to a fraternity house.
Ernie Souchak (John Belushi) is a celebrated Chicago Sun-Times columnist famous for his blistering political exposes. While his controversial reporting has earned him the respect of his editor, Howard McDermott (Allen Goorwitz) and the admiration of a legion of fans, it also earns him a trip to the hospital following a run-in with some disgruntled thugs. Suggesting he leave the city for a while, McDermott sends Ernie to the Rockies to interview renowned ornithologist Nell Porter (Blair Brown) who studies the habits of the endangered American bald eagle. It's a case of loathe at first sight when the chain smoking, big city Souchak meets the reclusive nature-lover Porter! But despite their differences, Souchak's trip west soon turns into a fun-filled romantic adventure as these two trek through the mountains at the top of the world along the Continental Divide!
Earl Keese (John Belushi, Animal House) is a slightly overweight, fairly average guy who is approaching middle age. He leads a reasonably comfortable life with his family in their suburban home. . . until the house next door is bought by a truly odd couple, Vic (Dan Aykroyd, Ghostbusters) and Ramona (Cathy Moriarty, Raging Bull), who quickly proceed to drive Earl crazy. Vic's lunatic behavior has Earl running in circles while Ramona's coarse seductiveness leaves him panting. In short, Earl's tranquil life is suddenly turned upside down. If it's laughs you want, these are the neighbors to look in on. John G. Avildsen (The Karate Kid, 1984, For Keeps?) directs a dream comedy cast (including SNL regular Tim Kazurinsky) from a screenplay by the one and only Larry Gelbart (Tootsie, The Wrong Box). Newly remastered.
Residents at Gangsan Mansion live their days in fear when the girl in unit 202 is found dead and no clues are found for the serial killing that occurs in a 10-day interval. Meanwhile, the neighbors start to become suspicious of the man in unit 102, who has bought the same suitcase as the one used in the murder, orders pizza every time there’s a murder, and gets absurdly high water bill. The murderer also becomes aware of their suspicion, and the last battle to protect the next victim begins…
Belushi and wife, Walker, are suburbanites who live a comfortable if humdrum life. Their mundane existence is changed dramatically when Aykroyd and his wife, Moriarty, move in next door. While Walker finds the chaos they bring a refreshing change, Belushi is appalled by their behavior.
Residents at Gangsan Mansion live their days in fear when the girl in unit 202 is found dead and no clues are found for the serial killing that occurs in a 10-day interval.
Ernie Souchak (John Belushi), a tough Chicago reporter, gets a little too close to the Mob, and his apartment is blown up. To take the heat off of him, his editor sends him to Colorado to investigate an eagle researcher (Blair Brown). Sparring partners at first, the pair eventually fall in love, but Ernie Souchak must return to Chicago when one of his sources is mysteriously killed.
Some of the biggest names in comedy describe how they got their start with Chicago's legendary improv troupe. Rare early performance clips intermix with producers reminiscing about the early days of John Belushi, John Candy, Bill Murray, Gilda Radner, and more. This uproarious documentary also includes interviews with Dan Aykroyd, Alan Arkin, Jim Belushi, Mike Myers, Harold Ramis, Martin Short, and Tina Fey.
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