Meet Bob, he has a rat, lives in a tower, he's just your average college freshman who's been handed over to the university's psychology department for study. This Neanderthal misfit must learn the ways of the civilized world.
This movie gets 5 stars based on the fact that it was one of our college years' favorite movies. A large percentage of our generation would rate this film in their top 5 movies we watched instead of studying for mid terms. As of 2 years ago this film was only availabe for purchase on VHS. Now that it has been transferred to digital, we all can reminisce over the many moments Judy Finkle, er, Bob creates to cause us to laugh similar to when we were having a dorm party. I suppose a correct subtitle could be: "A MUST SEE IN YOUR COLLEGE DORM".
I watched this movie over and over again as a kid, and I still love it to this day! I'm still sad that they won't release it on DVD, but I still have my VHS copy and now my digital copy as well. My family and I still quote this movie, all these years later. GO!
My family and I have always loved this movie! I was so glad that I was able to find it on Amazon, and was able to get this as a family Christmas present! I just wish they would put this out on DVD. This movie is hilarious.
I have a special place in my heart for this movie, so my opinion may be a bit biased. It's light hearted and funny. The main character (Bob) is delightful and the story is fun. Definitely worth a watch sometime.
Funniest movie I've seen in a long time. Ranked right up there with the old abbot and Costello movies. Director did a great job keeping swear words out to make a punchline . Enjoyed it fully as did my grandkids.
I first saw this movie on HBO back in the early 90s and I loved it. It's a comedy about an unsocialized wildman who lives in a university clocktower. He's discovered by two college students and a college professor, who try to acclimate him to civilization. There are a lot of funny moment, and the language is memorable. Bob MalugaLugaLugaLugaLuga....one Maluga, four Lugas....
I remember seeing this years ago and bought a VHS copy. This is FAR superior through Amazon streaming in picture quality and sound. Thanks for bringing this back and hopefully someone will finally release on DVD.