Master of infantilism Adam Sandler stars as the title character, an overgrown rich kid who wiles away his days poolside, swilling kegs of beer and appreciating fine nudie magazines such as "Drunk Chicks" -- that is, until his father (Darren McGavin) decides to test his mettle as future head of the family business by posing a challenge: retake and pass grades K-12 in 24 weeks or watch control of the business pass to the requisite conniving underling (Bradley Whitford).
Chevy Chase stars, though not always visibly, as Nick Halloway, a low-level businessman with an acerbic approach to life and work, whose humdrum existence utterly bores him. Nick gets an unexpected jolt of excitement when, nursing a hangover, he's the only one not to evacuate an office building that becomes a disaster area after a mishap involving nuclear testing equipment.
In this thriller, Josie Potenza is unhappily married to the older, wealthy Tony. In an attempt to save their marriage, she suggests they take a three-week vacation in the mountains. However, after Josie meets the strange and intense Cole on their vacation, she finds herself involved in a murder conspiracy.
In this graphically violent thriller, outlaws John and Lean Netherwood are forced to leave their little daughter Janie behind when they flee the scene of their last crime. The traumatized little girl is taken in by a patient, loving couple, but trouble ensues when her evil birth parents return for her.
Dutch (Arnold Schwarzenegger) has a code of honor which he will not violate, even when his life depends on it. Paradoxically, his code of honor gives him the backbone to survive as a military special forces operative when he is sent on a covert mission to rescue another group which was sent in to assist some nefarious U.S. government plan in a Latin American country.
An insurance investigator begins discovering that the impact a horror writer's books have on his fans is more than inspirational.