By Michael Sauter
Updated April 23, 1999 at 04:00 AM EDT

The essential, seemingly endless folly of turning Saturday Night Live skits into movies is that they’ve already worn out their welcome long before they reach the big screen. Case in point: the club-hopping, head-bopping Butabi brothers (Kattan and Ferrell). And giving them a life off the dance floor doesn’t do much to freshen their comic appeal. (They still live at home and work in Dad’s artificial flower shop. Hilarious.) Hey, we knew these guys were total losers after one three-minute sketch. Filling in the details only belabors the point. D

A Night at the Roxbury

  • Movie
  • PG-13