Excellent comedy about an unlikely friendship between a teenage boy and his mother's boyfriend
DUTCH, in my opinion, is an excellent comedy about an unlikely
friendship between a teenage boy and his mother's boyfriend. If you ask
me, Doyle (Ethan Randall) was an absolute snob! That kid really need to
learn respect! However, in my opinion, every mishap that occurred on
his journey home with Dutch (Ed O'Neill) was absolutely hilarious.
Before I wrap this up, I'd like to say that everyone was ideally cast,
the direction was flawless, and production design was spectacular, and
the performances were top-grade. Now, in conclusion, I highly recommend
this comedy about an unlikely friendship between a teenage boy and his
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Ed O\'Neill, the star.
First there was Ed O\'Neill the dramatic actor, then the comedian and
now the star. O\'Neill has had a tough time finding new roles that
aren\'t connected with Al Bundy in some way. If you saw the E! True
Hollywood Story on MWC you\'d know that his scenes were actually re-shot
with another actor because the audience couldn\'t stop saying: "That\'s
Al Bundy!". Here he does an admirable job with basically a decent
character but still a few traces of the madness of Bundy. The kid,
played by Ethan Randall (Or Embry, whatever) is the most snotty little
brat I have ever seen in a movie and according to the trailer he\'s
supposed to be like Bart Simpson. Not true. Bart Simpson occasionally
got out of hand but he was kind of decent underneath. Not so with this
kid. He is totally rotten and the 180 degree turn he makes at the end
is totally unbelievable. He doesn\'t even seem to care that he almost
kills a truck driver at one point. That scene is followed by a
slap-sticky fight that tries to imitate the prattfalls of the two
burglars in "Home Alone". That undermines the seriousness which have
gone before in my opinion.
The boy\'s parents, played by JoBeth Williams and Chris McDonald are
only incidental so we don\'t really know anything about them except that
the dad is even meaner than the kid. Because he is so mean, we are
supposed to feel sorry for the kid but for that to happen we must first
sympathize with him. I couldn\'t because he is so smarmy all through
that the transformation he is supposed to have seems phony. And it\'s
not like some viewers have commented that he needs love. His mother is
basically a loving mother. The whole film is about who breaks down
first, Dutch or the kid.
In Denmark the movie was released under the title "Driving me Crazy"
and that is pretty much a description of my state of mind when I
watched it. The only reason to see it is because of O\'Neill. If you
want to see Embry in a more positive light, check out him and O\'Neill
in the new "Dragnet". You could even tolerate him in "Vegas Vacation"
but that was a stinker for another reason. To close I will say that I
would like to see O\'Neill in the type of role he had on "The Spanish
Prisoner". He only had a small part but he made a big impression. His
performance here is good but he is undermined by the weakness of the