Corky Romano

Yet another horse from the SNL stable, Chris Kattan – interestingly, quite a competent actor – plays the nerd black sheep of a mob family recruited to spy on the FBI to destroy evidence that will put the father (Falk) away.

Like most SNLstar vehicles, a series of excuses to showcase the leading idiot's shtick hammered together into a plot – this time with a more mature and actually slightly funny outlook than most of the moronic dross SNL stars give us.

Then, in the last ten minutes, all traces of Corky's character are swept away and he seems to adopt a new, comedy-free personality and it spoils the whole rhythm.

Like most Top 40 music today – catchy just once, but enough to make you hurl if you had to sit through one after the other.

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