Lumpy Chris Farley and grumpy David Spade, the Laurel and Hardy of the subliterate '90s, reteam for another exercise in infantile, perfunctory slapstick. Tim Matheson is running for governor; Farley's his good-hearted slob of a brother, so poorly socialized and physically gross
that Spade is charged with keeping him under wraps until the election's over. Since BLACK SHEEP was directed by talented Penelope Spheeris (WAYNE'S WORLD), we had some hope that we'd find it marginally less distasteful than TOMMY BOY. We were disappointed.