High School High (1996)
Jon Lovitz has made several attempts at finding a place for his comedic talents in feature films in later years, often resulting in misfires and more annoying than funny characters, culminating with his horrible performance as Elijah Wood's lawyer in North. With High School High he makes amends to some degree. In this typical David Zucker-ish world, Lovitz' pathetic persona fits better, and although the script is cliché-ridden and predictable, not much more is to be expected from a parody-comedy of this sort. You probably won't laugh out loud, but you might be in for a few chuckles – although not for 86 minutes.