Al Pacino, Sean Connery and Arnold Schwarzenegger together on film for the first time. Well, almost…Ralph Easton has a few personal problems, he’s desperately overweight, a social misfit, and a painful stutterer. Ralph’s the kind of guy the nerds stole lunch money from. But Ralph’s got a special talent – an ability to impersonate any Hollywood celebrity – the perfect cover to disguise his stutter.
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