Warning: The following piece of dialogue hasn't been tested on small animals or smaller children. Also, none of the actors in this film stand a hope in hell of winning an Oscar either. Yep. This film. Directed by Fred Schepisi with Robert Young; and Starring: Kevin Kline, John Cleese, Jamie Lee Curtis, with Michael Palin. It
was made in 1997, and lasted for 93 minutes.
For a start, he encourages him to enforce a 'Fierce Animals' policy, just to bump-up the profits a notch or two. And then, when that doesn't go according to plan, Rollo has to 'dispose' of the less-wilder animals, to the chagrin of their 'keepers'.
OK, I'm sure you can tell by what I've just said that I did like this movie quite a lot. However, to contradict this stance slightly, there were a couple of repetitive gags that didn't quite work for yours truly. Like how Jamie's character thought that John's character was a sexual deviant for example. Or how the final segment of this film didn't have an imposing sense of dread hanging over it, and played out like a rather slapstick and bumbling routine.