Jamie Kennedy's favorite movie review site
Home Reviews  Articles  Release Dates Coming Soon  DVD  Top 20s Criticwatch  Search
Public Forums  Festival Coverage  Contests About 
Advertisement

Overall Rating
1.24

Awesome: 0%
Worth A Look: 2.94%
Just Average: 5.88%
Pretty Crappy: 2.94%
Sucks88.24%

1 review, 28 user ratings


Latest Reviews

Wonder Wheel by Peter Sobczynski

Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri by Rob Gonsalves

Swindlers, The by Jay Seaver

Oro (Gold) by Jay Seaver

Disaster Artist, The by Peter Sobczynski

Explosion by Jay Seaver

Lucky (2017) by Rob Gonsalves

Breadwinner, The by Jay Seaver

Endless, The by Jay Seaver

Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets by Rob Gonsalves

subscribe to this feed


Chairman of the Board
[AllPosters.com] Buy posters from this movie
by Chris Parry

"Quite simply the worst film since Speed 2 (AKA: second worst film ever)"
1 stars

There's something wrong with an industry that requires so many people to write, greenlight and produce a project, yet can turn out something so completely unfunny, unintelligent, unwatchable, and without any discernable reason for being as this pile of canine excrement. Carrot Top is , if this film is any indication, a talentless, unlikeable moron who can't function unless he has a toilet seat with a hammer glued to it in his hand. Frankly, the only reason not to hang him now as an affront to all things human is that he wasn't the douchebag that wrote this crap.

Who did? The talentless hacks behind Candyman: Day Of The Dead and Leprechaun 2: Four Weddings and Lots of Funerals.

There's sign of the apocalypse #1.

So who's in the cast? A couple of 'surfer dudes', George Castanza's mother, Courtney "cheeks wider than shoulders" Thorne-Smith, Larry "I used to do stand-up" Miller, Jack "will work for food" Warden, Bill "not dead yet but starting to stiffen" Irwin, Cindy "breasts up to here" Margolis and Fred "all my friends are millionaires but all I can get is a cameo in a Carrot Top film" Stoller.

Sign of the apocalypse #2.

And then there's Carrot Top...

Sign of the apocalpyse #3.

As if the above reasons weren't enough to see you fleeing the video store in fear of your sanity, then there's the plot. How many times have you seen this before; slacker inherits big business from dead relative and though he seems clueless, his unorthodox ways turn the business profitable while evil henchman of former boss plots slacker's downfall to get business for himself... muhahahhaaaa.

'Big' anyone? 'Tommy Boy' anyone? Snore me a river of Carrot Top-induced phlegm.

At this stage I've lost count of the warning signs of the oncoming armageddon, but suffice it to say that if you've read this far and still wish to go rent this film, you're either in need of extreme sensory deprivation therapy, an immediate frontal lobotomy, or you have the mistaken idea that this is actually one of those movies that is 'so bad it's good'.

Lemme save you some trouble here, Sparky. Chairman of the Board is so devoid of anything remotely amusing, or even non-nauseating, that you'll be much better off saving the rental fee, calling all your friends around and spending a few hours pushing thumbtacks into the roof of each other's mouths.

Seriously. I'm not lying here. This isn't some personal beef against The Top, it's just that his movie is what the French call 'Le Steaming Pile of Shinola.'

70's sex kitten Raquel Welch (who must owe some serious coin to the mob, as there's no other way to understand her decision to appear in this talent vacuum) makes an appearance as the ever-cliched "rich older woman who wants to break up the company" role that, let's face it, Stock Plotline #85 always demands. And to be fair, she does give the film it's only worthwhile moment when she comes perilously close to Sharon Stone'ing the camera.

But then Carrot Top and Courtney Thorne-Smith go ahead and make out, which just ruins any good wood you might have built up seconds earlier, and if you share my tender constitution, causes you to experience facial ticks for days while pushing you close to staining your shirt with semi-digested carrot-like chunks.

There is no excuse for a film this bad. You can set out to make a good movie andit can get fucked up all sorts of ways, but in every such instance there's something, somewhere, that shows that the filmmakers were at least taking the most minor care to create something they wouldn't be ashamed of. I mean, heck, even Rob Zombie tries to make good movies, even if the end result is laughably inane.

But Chairman of the Board? This is just an obvious matter of the producers aiming as low as they can get away with, realising that enough parents of eight-year-olds will subject their children to just anything that's rated PG13 that all they need to worry about is avoiding inserting a bukkake scene and there'll be a paycheck at the end.

Carrot Top will make another movie, and it will be better than this one. How do I know this? Because there is no God, and because no movie could be any worse.

link directly to this review at http://www.hollywoodbitchslap.com/review.php?movie=2131&reviewer=1
originally posted: 06/06/99 13:43:14
[printer] printer-friendly format  

User Comments

8/21/10 The Duavster I had to watch to see if I was still alive, or had slipped into purgatory!! THE WORST. 1 stars
7/10/09 Larry H. Fans of CarrotTop will be pleased with this movie. Its not as bad as the detractors say. 3 stars
3/25/09 Rhett Perkins Carrottop - so to say expected more would be lying - decent 2 stars
8/10/08 George Barksdale Should stay with the Stand Up 1 stars
8/04/08 Bnorm Carrot Top looks like Raggedy Anne's retarded nephew. Id rather watch a fucking infomercial 1 stars
6/24/06 Ryan_A Absolutely ZERO laughs. Thorne-Smith is still better here than in "According To Jim," tho. 1 stars
4/18/06 Lee!!!!111! "Chairman..." is lowest rated movie in whole web site. Add this to the avalanche 1 stars
8/10/05 graym needed more cowbells 3 stars
6/20/05 Monster W. Kung I will destroy every copy of this movie, and kill the owners of the shops that carry it. 1 stars
3/25/05 JC Pierce No-No-No 1 stars
2/24/05 ELI I only saw 15 minutes of it. Carrot Top is gonna rot in hell. No offense :) 1 stars
1/05/05 Sugarfoot There were more laughs in Police Academy 5 ! 1 stars
9/18/04 CharWar I've definately seen worse and kind of enjoyed some of it 4 stars
9/05/04 Cambo One of the worst movies ever. Carrot Top is lumpy faced mutant freak. 1 stars
5/07/04 Nicole Couldn't really tell you why, but I decided to rent this - not good! 1 stars
5/28/03 Bill Parker Infuriatingly futile 1 stars
2/26/03 taj Makes Police Academy 5 look like Citizen Kane 1 stars
2/04/03 Jack Carrot Top SUCKS 1 stars
1/28/03 The Aussie Film Reviewer Heinously unfunny. Carrot Top just isn't talented. 1 stars
12/15/02 mark FYI: The director of this crap was sleeping with his australian female PA on Gadget 2 !!!!! 1 stars
12/06/02 Ben this movie sucks too much ass for human consumption, burn carrot top,burn 1 stars
9/18/02 Schoelhouse that freak must be stopped! 1 stars
8/06/02 Kooze Oy. He'll never make another movie. 1 stars
8/02/02 Kino I would love to shove a finely sharpened blade into carrot top's testicles, FUCK CARROT TOP 1 stars
12/08/01 White Rabbit There is no excuse for shit like this 1 stars
11/16/01 Andrew Carden Just Totally Unfunny With No Good Storyline Whatsoever. 1 stars
8/05/01 the scarecrow I hate Carrot Top, and I hate this waste of celluoid they call a film. 1 stars
6/06/99 Meepos God only knows why these people got funding and Hal Hartley doesn't. 1 stars
IF YOU'VE SEEN THIS FILM, RATE IT!
Note: Duplicate, 'planted,' or other obviously improper comments
will be deleted at our discretion. So don't bother posting 'em. Thanks!
Your Name:
Your Comments:
Your Location: (state/province/country)
Your Rating:


Discuss this movie in our forum

USA
  13-Mar-1998 (PG-13)
  DVD: 11-Aug-1998

UK
  N/A

Australia
  N/A




Home Reviews  Articles  Release Dates Coming Soon  DVD  Top 20s Criticwatch  Search
Public Forums  Festival Coverage  Contests About 
Privacy Policy | | HBS Inc. |   
All data and site design copyright 1997-2017, HBS Entertainment, Inc.
Search for
reviews features movie title writer/director/cast