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Black Sheep: A Tale of Two Movies

Black Sheep is a common name for movies, but it can refer to very different genres and plots. In this article, we will compare and contrast two movies that share the same title but have nothing else in common: Black Sheep (1996) and Black Sheep (2006).

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Black Sheep (1996)

Black Sheep (1996) is an American comedy film directed by Penelope Spheeris, written by Fred Wolf, starring Chris Farley and David Spade, co-starring Tim Matheson, Christine Ebersole, and Gary Busey. The film follows a political aide who is assigned to control the brother of a candidate for Governor of Washington, who attempts to offer his campaign unwanted and publicly embarrassing help. It grossed $32.4 million during its U.S. theatrical run.

The film is a typical buddy comedy, featuring the mismatched duo of Farley and Spade, who had previously starred together in Tommy Boy (1995). The film relies on physical humor, slapstick, and absurd situations to generate laughs. Some of the memorable scenes include Farley being chased by dogs while driving an advertisement truck, Farley making a fool of himself onstage at MTV's Rock the Vote campaign, and Farley fighting with a bat in a cabin.

The film received mostly negative reviews from critics, who criticized the lack of originality, the weak plot, and the wasted potential of the cast. The film has a 28% rating on Rotten Tomatoes , based on 32 reviews. Roger Ebert gave the film one star out of four, calling it \"a dreary experience\" and \"one of the worst movies I've ever seen\". However, the film has gained a cult following among fans of Farley and Spade, who appreciate their chemistry and comedic timing.

Black Sheep (2006)

Black Sheep (2006) is a New Zealand comedy horror film written and directed by Jonathan King. It was produced by Philippa Campbell and stars Nathan Meister, Peter Feeney, Danielle Mason, Tammy Davis, Oliver Driver, Tandi Wright, Glenis Levestam, Nick Blake, Matthew Chamberlain, Nick Fenton, Eli Kent, and Sam Clarke. The film follows a young man who returns to his family's sheep farm in New Zealand, only to find that his brother's genetic experiments have turned the sheep into ferocious carnivores whose bite can transform a human into a half-sheep monstrosity. The special effects were done by Weta Workshop , the same company that worked on The Lord of the Rings trilogy. The film premiered at the TIFF on 10 September 2006 as part of their Midnight Madness series. It was theatrically released in New Zealand on 29 March 2007 by the New Zealand Film Commission. It grossed US$5 million at the box office.

The film is a parody of horror films, especially those involving zombies , werewolves , and mad scientists . The film mixes gore , humor , and satire to create a unique blend of horror comedy. Some of the hilarious scenes include a sheep driving a car, a sheep biting off a man's penis, and a sheep-human hybrid giving birth to a lamb-human hybrid. The film also makes fun of New Zealand's culture , stereotypes , and history , such as its rivalry with Australia , its obsession with rugby , and its colonial past .

The film received mostly positive reviews from critics, who praised the originality, the creativity, and the fun factor of the film. The film has an 86% rating on Rotten Tomatoes , based on 91 reviews. Peter Bradshaw of The Guardian gave the film four stars out of five, calling it \"a joyously entertaining horror comedy\" and \"a splatterfest with real splat\". However, some critics found the film too silly, too gross, or too offensive for their taste.


In conclusion, Black Sheep (1996) and Black Sheep (2006) are two very different movies that share the same title but have nothing else in common. The former is an American comedy film that features a political aide and his clumsy brother, while the latter is a New Zealand comedy horror film that features a sheep farmer and his mutant sheep. The former is a conventional and mediocre film that received poor reviews, while the latter is an unconventional and inventive film that received good reviews. Both films have their fans and their haters, but they are definitely not for everyone.

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