The Number Two Review

Nothing But Trouble (1991)

Episode #20

Warner Bros. released Nothing But Trouble on February 15, 1991. Dan Aykroyd directed the film starring Chevy Chase, Dan Aykroyd, and John Candy.

‘Nothing But Trouble’ 30-Second Summary

In Nothing But Trouble, Chris Thorne and Diane Lightson take a wrong turnpike exit, and happen upon a bizarre New Jersey burg. When an officer named Dennis pulls Chris over for speeding in his town, the two yuppies begin a comic nightmare as they try to escape from the town’s ancient judge Alvin ‘J.P’ Valkenheiser, and his odd sense of law-and-order.

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Warner Bros. released Nothing But Trouble to theaters on February 15, 1991. Dan Aykroyd directed the film starring Chevy Chase, Dan Aykroyd, and John Candy.

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  1. I remember watching this on a Sunday afternoon. It was so weird, but for some reason I was entertained. I haven’t watched it in over 10-15 years. I should try again, with a drink on hand. The one thing that stuck out was the hot dog eating scene. I don’t think I can ever unsee that

    1. The film definitely doesn’t hold up. It’s a shame too because it has a lot of actors I like. Make sure your drink is a 32-ouncer!

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