Though a decent showcase for Saturday Night Live
star Chris Kattan's talents as a physical comic, this broad, coarse farce is otherwise as insubstantial a piece of work as you could possibly imagine; in fact, a light breeze could blow it away. But it could be worse; imagine, if you will, an entire film based on one of Kattan's recurring SNL
characters, like the simian Mr. Peppers. The titular Corky (Kattan) is a cheerful, naive veterinarian with a heart of gold and, as the trailers have it, a song in his heart. And when we first meet him, that song is A-ha's '80s hit "Take on Me." Soon after, we learn he's also the black sheep of a mob family run by lon...