One of William Friedkin's weakest and bewildering efforts, Blue Chips wants to tackle the issue of corruption within professional basketball, but ultimately trips on its own shoelaces and lands face first on the ground.
This is Shaq's first film role, and it mainly consists of him posing for shots. I kid you not, there is one scene where a disgruntled Nick Nolte is walking down a hallway, and for no reason, Shaq pokes his head out from a random door. He says, "Anything wrong, coach?" And that close-up shot when Shaq delivered that line makes him him look like he is about to advertise you some product.