Michael Keaton heads an all-star cast in this wild and crazy comedy about four mental patients who get separated from their therapist on the way to a baseball game.
Billy (Keaton), a pathological liar with a violent streak, finds himself on the loose in New York City with his fellow group therapy patients: Henry (Christopher Lloyd), a neat freak; Jack (Peter Boyle), a former advertising executive who thinks he's Christ; and Albert (Stephen Furst), a near catatonic couch potato. Faced with the task of rescuing their missing doctor from a pair of crooked cops, the group finds themselves sharing a series of misadventure in this hilarious farce.
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Classic 80s comedy even with a predictable plotline, this is a delightful comedy with witty delivered lines and a cocktail blend of memorable oddball characters. With Michael Keaton taking the main role as a charismatic angry screwball with great scene stealing performances from Christopher Lloyd, Stephen Furst and Peter Boyle. I remembering watching this when I was younger and the main thing that stuck with me was the song "Hit the Road Jack". So don't be the meanest old woman that I've ever seen and don't you come back no more, no more...