Just the facts, ma'am. The wonderful Aykroyd brings the same dry, deadpan delivery that Jack Webb used in the TV series of the 1950s and '60s in this '80s big-screen...
Flouncy, flamboyant Liberace was the ultimate showman on stage – a talented pianist and supreme entertainer.
I really wanted to love 1941, I did. Hell, I wanted to like it. But I just didn't.
Remember when Adam Sandler was funny? No, he was. Truly he was. But you pretty much have to go back to The Weding Singer to remind yourself of the fact.