Decades Blogathon – Tommy Boy (1995)

Holy schnikes! It’s my Tommy Boy review for the Decades blogathon! Thanks Tom and Mark for hosting such a wonderful event.

Thomas J

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Day six in the Decades Blogathon finds Drew of Drew Reviews Movies taking a look back at the classic ’90s road trip comedy, Tommy Boy. A personal favorite of mine. For fair and balanced film reviews and fun features like the Movie Quote of the Week, you really ought to go check out his site. Now, let me step aside and let Drew tell you why this movie belongs in the blogathon:


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Watched: 5/14/15

Released: 1995

Synopsis  

Tommy Callahan (Chris Farley) is the heir to Callahan Auto Parts who barely graduated college. When his dad (Brian Dennehy) passes away suddenly, Tommy and his father’s assistant, Richard (David Spade), go on the road to sell the company’s new brake pads and keep the business from getting bought by Zalinsky Auto Parts.

Review  

Tommy Boy may possibly be my favorite feel good film (I’m not for sure on that…

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