Tommy Boy is a 1995 road comedy film directed by Peter Segal, written by Bonnie and Terry Turner, and Fred Wolf. It stars former Saturday Night Live colleagues David Spade and Chris Farley, in the title role, and tells the story of a socially and emotionally immature man who learns lessons about friendship and self-worth following the sudden death of his industrialist father. The film did well commercially, but received mixed reviews from...
Tommy fails at using his one of his dad's favorite phrases.
Tommy is excited to be with Paul his first time cow tipping.
Tommy huggs a random student after finding out that he is going to graduate c...
Richard is upset that Tommy is pigging out on a hamburger in his front seat.
Richard gets extremely angry with Tommy after his hood blows away on the high...
Tommy reaches a low point in his sales trip.
Zalinsky sends a note to Paul Barish condoling him on losing his game with To...
Tommy tells Paul that they're going to do lots of Dumb things together.
Michelle gets upset when some little kids make fun of Tommy and threatens to ...
Tommy tells everyone that he wants to steer his car right into a bridge abutm...
Tommy brags about having received a D-Plus.
Richard tells Tommy that he feels Tommy took his dad for granted and wasted a...
Richard is very embarrassed that Tommy has found out about his hair loss and ...
Tommy offers a toast to his rugby friends.
Richard and Tommy are shocked that the deer in their back seat woke up and de...
Zalinsky tells Tommy his private views of the American public. He thinks the ...
Ray Zalinsky says his famous phrase on TV.
Tommy rushes to pick Paul up.
Richard makes it clear that he liked Tommy's dad more than he likes Tommy.
Richard meets Tommy at the airport. And, asks why Tommy didn't call.
Richard tells Tommy that he thinks Tommy is a Psycho after he lit some model ...
Paul tells Tommy he doesn't think that he fell into mud.
Tommy and Richard talk about his graduation.
Zalinsky is impressed with a crash test.