Some people apparently regard the cow-hanging-from-the-helicopter sequence in LAKE PLACID (1999) as a sight gag on par with Harold Lloyd dangling from the hands of a clock in SAFETY LAST (1923). They'll love AIRPLANE! (1980) co-auteur Jerry Zucker's latest laff-fest: Zucker even ups the ante by attaching the hapless bovine to a hot air balloon and smacking her into the windshield of a bus. Others will find this scattershot (and shamefully unacknowledged) remake of 1963's IT'S A MAD, MAD, MAD, MAD WORLD a hit-or-miss comedic proposition. The set-up contains the ingredients of a classic farce: Eleven strangers are brought together by Trump-like billionaire David Sincla...