Danny Noonan Michael O'Keefe , a teen down on his luck, works as a caddy at the snob-infested Bushwood Country Club to raise money for his college education. While caddying at a snooty country club, ambitious young Danny Michael O'Keefe goes for a college scholarship. Webb is a guy who veritably floats through life in a perpetual Zen-like state of distraction, and it makes you realize that there probably really are characters like this walking around in the real world. It's junk, but it's good junk. Comical goings on at an exclusive golf club. It all adds up to one of the greatest sports movies of all time and a highly quotable, unforgettably classic comedy. All the members are wealthy and eccentric, and all the staff are poor and slightly less eccentric.
Rodney Dangerfield plays Czervik, the obnoxious, fun-loving, high-rolling land developer with a specially made golf club and an eye on Bushwood. Again, the looseness of the pace and tone of the film forgive some of the storytelling framework featuring young go-getter Michael O'Keefe's attempt to get a college scholarship during one crazy summer caddying for Bushwood Country Club's weirdest members. Murray brings Carl, the socially and intellectually challenged man-with-a-plan, to life with subtle nuance and a flare of comedic genius. Rarely does a comedy or any film for that matter have so many actors who fit their characters so perfectly as in this film, beginning with Chevy Chase, who embodies the slightly skewed and off-center Ty Webb so well it's almost frightening. It all adds up to one of the greatest sports movies of all time and a highly quotable, unforgettably classic comedy. It has stood the test of time and always will. With this film, Ramis and company honed the formula for comedy that incorporated pop culture and contemporary sensibilities into it like never before.
But first he has to impress elitist Judge Smails Ted Knight and win the big golf tournament. Cast: , , , , , , , Director: Genres: Production Co: Orion Pictures Distributors: Warner Bros. Sounds from Caddy Shack Arguably the best sports movie ever and certainly the best golf movie, has been a classic since it was released 1980. One of the greatest comedy movies ever. In the comedy contest between Murray, Chase, and Dangerfield, let me just say that Chase does not win. All the members are wealthy and eccentric, and all the staff are poor and slightly less eccentric. I watched this in high school when it first came out and, like most boys around that age I have seen it multiple times.
So Danny takes some advice from Ty while caddying for him; advice which just may ultimately have an effect on whether or not he gets his scholarship. Director, Harold Ramis caught comic lightning in a bottle! Some of the sound files contained on The MovieWavs Page may not be suitable for young children. In an attempt to gain votes for a college scholarship reserved for caddies, Noonan volunteers to caddy for a prominent and influential club member Ted Knight. Lovers of comedy will lose track of the continuous parade of laugh inducements. The main character is 'Danny' he's a caddy who will do almost anything to raise money to go to college. This never fails to get big laughs, and it's a real meeting of the minds.
The animatronic gopher is the perfect foil for the shell-shocked, hopelessly inept assistant greens-keeper Bill Murray. It looks like a film they could have made. No joke is too risqué, no candy bar too gross to eat from the bottom of a empty pool. It's also fun to see all those quaint late-70s outfits that we used to wear. It looks like a miracale.
This isn't Russia, is it? But is there really a screenplay here? The main character is 'Danny'; he's a caddy who will do almost anything to raise money to go to college. One of a short list of movies that I'll drop anything to watch whenever it's on! There are plenty of sight-gags, lots of one-liners, sex including a bit of gratuitous nudity to get the R rating, I'm sure , and the famous Baby Ruth in the swimming pool scene. It's the magic of the movies. A lot of the jokes fall flat, but when this movie is on, it's so on, that you can't help but call it a classic. Comical goings on at an exclusive golf club. The film has such a loose and free-wheeling timbre to it that it would be hard not to fault the viewer in thinking that the film was largely improvised, or at least rewritten by committee on set, scene by scene.
This shouldn't work, this mix - but it does. This is what you get - a sm? The real heart of this movie, however, is Bill Murray, who turns in what just may be the definitive Murray performance with his character, Carl Spackler, the Assistant Greenskeeper at Bushwood. Doug Kenny at his peak, and just prior to his death, penned this anchor of comedy that has been the source of numerous routines and even the groundskeeper in a Simpon's episode. Murray is really the show-stopper, though, muttering his lines to give them emphasis? There are many subplots, including the assistant green keeper's pursuit of a cute obviously stuffed gopher. This is a comedy classic. Everything that this one is, that one isn't.
The MovieWavs Page holds no liability from misuse of these sound files. This is the kind of movie that you need to watch every now and then just for the pure escapism of it all. The ultra-crass zillionaire, Rodney Dangerfield , is the perfect foil for the super-snobby judge Ted Knight. Even though the film is almost 40-years-old, the humor holds up. Meanwhile, Danny struggles to prepare for the high pressure Caddy Day golf tournament while absorbing New Age advice from wealthy golf guru Ty Webb Chevy Chase. And there's a harmless shiftiness about Carl, who is about as deep as a pan pizza, and Murray plays it all beautifully.