If you happen to have seen any fish-out-of-water motion pictures in, say, the last 75 years or have by chance caught any television sitcom episodes (particularly of the "Newhart" variety) over the last decade or two, chances are excellent that you've seen every one of the gags in FUNNY
FARM. Despite its title FUNNY FARM is not funny and doesn't take place on a farm, although it is about a couple named the Farmers (it should probably have been called UNFUNNY FARMERS). Directed by the often underrated Hill, this tale of a city couple that retreats to the great bucolic life of
stars a relatively relaxed Chase as a yuppie sportswriter from Manhattan who moves with his ...