Eve Plumb, Barry Williams and Cabaret - Eve Plumb and Barry Williams (Jan & Greg from The Brady Bunch) New York City, USA - Opening night of the Off-Broadway production of 'Eve Plumb in Miss Abigail's guide to Dating, Mating & Marriage' at the Downstairs Cabaret Theater at Sofias Restaurant on West 46th Street - Photo Call. Sunday 24th October 2010
Barry Williams, Brady Bunch and Christopher Knight - Barry Williams, Christopher Knight and Mike Lookinland from The Brady Bunch New York City, USA - 2010 Wizard World Big Apple Comic Con held at the Penn Plaza Pavilion. Saturday 2nd October 2010
This movie is even more po-faced, with even less coherent action and more appalling effects. Is that even possible?
It turns out that scientist Sarah Monroe (Tiffany) has been experimenting with piranhas on the Orinoco River in Venezuela, and now they're growing exponentially, from the size of a cookie to the size of a Buick in just a few days. Fortunately, they're heading for the Caribbean, and they won't be able to survive in salt water. Or so the biologists think. Assigned to help her stop the potential chaos is over-muscled American action-spy Jason Fitch (Logan), who is being manipulated by his panicky boss (Williams) back home.
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Another ill-conceived mish-mash of puerile humor and disingenuous sap from Adam Sandler's Happy Madison production company, "Dickie Roberts: Former Child Star" features David Spade as a Hollywood has-been trying to recapture the childhood he never had in an attempt to win a comeback role as a "normal guy."
In what should have been a perfect role for his meager talents and snarky, one-note persona, Spade barely even tries to create a character beyond being crass, uncouth and insecure -- in short, his usual schtick -- and wearing gloves all the time as some short-hand attempt at eccentric paranoid psychoses.
The only effort put toward establishing his credibility as a former child star (beyond flashbacks of a young Dickie repeating the amusingly tasteless catch phrase "This is nucking futs!") is to ply the film with cameos by kiddie actors whose careers have faltered in adulthood. Dickie plays poker with Leif Garrett, Dustin "Screech" Diamond, Corey Feldman, Danny Bonaduce and Barry "Greg Brady" Williams, who places bets using "Brady Bunch" tchotchkes he claims are "worth at least $2 on eBay!"
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The BBC drama starring Aidan Turner returns to BBC One on September 4th.