New York Times - 06/13/1986
"...A good-natured potpourri of gags....[Dangerfield] uses many of the bits that made him famous..."
Variety - 06/04/1986
"...[The dialog] is complemented with a corresponding number of pseudo-serious gags..."
Los Angeles Times - 06/12/1986
"...A big belly laugh of a comedy..."
Wall Street Journal - 06/06/2013
"Mr. Dangerfield's standard lament was 'I don't get no respect,' but he got a lot for his work in this film, which is as funny as it is broad."
A self-made millionaire decides to join his only son who is having difficulty in fitting in at school as a freshman in college. This impulse gesture sets him on a path to much laughter, a little romance, a lesson in things that money can't buy, and unanimous acclaim as the most popular man on campus.
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