Reviewed by Tai Seng Catalog
Two ex-convicts Chez and Ham decide to open up a service to helpneedy people to take revenge on those who have done them wrong. Their crazy idea obviously is a disaster and the two men are caught in more than a few harrowing but amusing situations.
Reviewed by Steve Spinali
For reasons I can't begin to fathom, everybody has a contract out on Joey Wong, a sweet young thing who just happens to be rich. Chez and Ham are a goofy wanna-be Laurel and Hardy promised ten million for the hit. I sat there, mouth slung wide open, as if I'd just watched Springtime for Hitler. You simply can't imagine.