PG-13 | | Comedy, Sport
A star bowler whose career was prematurely "cut off" hopes to ride a new prodigy to success and riches.
In the big bowling tournament at the end, an unseen person in the stands yells "Attaboy, Luther!" Everytime Don Knotts' character speaks in public in The Ghost and Mr. Chicken (1966), an unseen person also yells "Attaboy, Luther!"
Okay, you want to bowl for some big money, eh? But I'll lose my entire bonus check because I'm so *bombed*.
McKnight Bowl Bartender: You get that way from ginger ale?
Roy: Nah, he was sniffing glue in the parking lot.
When Roy is talking to Ishmael in the car, the camera is visible as a reflection in his sunglasses.
At the end of the credits, the take where Lin Shaye does her cunningilus gesture into Roy's center rear view mirror is shown. She goes to the max with it until the director says, "Cut", and she busts out laughing at it.
There is a alternate VHS version that has been released. It appears under MGM's Contemporary Classics collection. This version of the movie contains several extra scenes not shown in the theatrical version. The catalog number for this movie is M207608.
$5,582,079 28 July 1996