Back in the 90s, if you were looking for a road trip movie full of juvenile toilet humor and slapstick comedy then you would never be far away from a Farrelly Brothers movie. After paving the way with Dumb and Dumber
, their second feature film, Kingpin
, made sure the world of ten pin bowling was never seen in quite the same light again. The Farrellys had a way of tapping into the raucous comedies of the '80s and combining the most outrageous parts of them together, before cranking everything up to eleven. As Kingpin
reaches its 25th anniversary, was the movie worthy of its low ratings and box office return, or was it an under-appreciated, if slightly smeared, gem.
Kingpin tells the story of Roy Munson (Woody Harrelson
), a pro-bowler who after winning a contest against the somewhat deranged Ernie McCracken (Bill Murray
) ends up losing his hand and