In Stakeout, cop Richard Dreyfuss fell in love with Madeline Stowe, the woman he and his partner Emilio Estevez were watching during a police stakeout. Stowe's back in Another Stakeout, but her part is fleeting and unbilled. On the other hand, we get plenty of Dreyfuss and Estevez, still both as cantankerous and obnoxious as ever. This time, our two heroes are in search of a Mafia witness who has disappeared after an attempt on her life. While holed up in a judge's mansion, staking out the apartment where the woman may or may not return, the pair are subject to the comic aggravation of DA's assistant Rosie O'Donnell, who's brought her "darling" little rotweiler along for company. Another Stakeout works a little harder for its laughs than its predecessor; the best scenes go to Ms. O'Donnell and to nonplussed supporting players Dennis Farina and Marcia Strassman.~Hal Erickson
This 1993 comedy with three great acting stars; Richard Dreyfuss, Emilio Estevez, and the beautiful Madeleine Stowe probably will disappear in the digital age unless you go looking for it. Being an obscure movie already most do not even know it was made. All the more reason to purchase it for less than a movie ticket these days and make it part of your movie collection. That's what I did. I usually watch it a couple of times per year just for fun. I have shown it to my grown kids and they also like it - so it has a generational appeal which makes this a true classic in my opinion. Totally worth the money. Have fun!
Good movie. Replacing VHS with DVDs, and this was a must have movie.
This review is from Another Stakeout [DVD] 
I would recommend this to a friend
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
This movie had me smiling and laughing out loud. I really like Richard Dreyfuss, as an actor, and you get to see his comedic side in this movie. You should get this movie for the hilarity of Rosie O'Donnel alone. This is definately a "must own" comedy, if you want to laugh and have a good time.