When they find a frozen caveman in their backyard, two high school outcasts thaw him out and introduce him to modern day life - while he in turn gets them to actually enjoy life.
This was one of Brendan Fraser's earliest films, and being a big fan of his work, I was keen to give this one a go. While not being particularly profound or revolutionary, or even logical, Encino Man was good innocent fun and I really enjoyed it. It was rather funny seeing the main character, played by Sean Astin (Sam from Lord of the Rings) as a moping, 'uncool' teenager from the early nineties and Brandan Fraser doing just as good a caveman as he did a jungle man. I'm just glad he made the Mummy series as well or he might have been typecast in not-really-speaking-english roles.
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Life has changed drastically for thunder buddies John (Mark Wahlberg), now a bachelor and best pal Ted (Seth MacFarlane), now married to the woman (Jessican Barth) of his dreams.
Problems arise when the couple decide to adopt a child, and the law declares that Ted to be property and not a person. Angry and dejected, the lovably foul-mouthed teddy bear must now seek legal help from a young lawyer (Amanda Seyfried) and a legendary, civil-rights attorney (Morgan Freeman) to get the justice he deserves.
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