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Five years after achieving commercial and critical success with his film Three Kings, director and screenwriter David O. Russell returns to the more idiosyncratic territory of his earlier work with this intelligent and offbeat comedy. Bernard and Vivian Jaffe Dustin Hoffman and Lily Tomlin are a married couple who run an existential detective agency where they sift through the lives of their clients in order to discover the source of their angst. The Jaffes' latest client is Albert Markovski Jason Schwartzman, an...
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Overview

Five years after achieving commercial and critical success with his film Three Kings, director and screenwriter David O. Russell returns to the more idiosyncratic territory of his earlier work with this intelligent and offbeat comedy. Bernard and Vivian Jaffe Dustin Hoffman and Lily Tomlin are a married couple who run an existential detective agency where they sift through the lives of their clients in order to discover the source of their angst. The Jaffes' latest client is Albert Markovski Jason Schwartzman, an environmental activist who has a very large rock and a great deal on his mind; their study of Albert's problems lead Bernard and Vivian to Brad Stand Jude Law, a public relations executive with a chain of successful variety stores, Huckabees. While publicly allying himself with Albert's environmental initiatives, behind the scenes Brad is running roughshod over responsible land management with little care for the consequences. When Brad learns he's being watched by the Jaffes, he hopes to co-opt them by hiring them himself; however, the plan has unexpected consequences when their questioning leads Brad's girlfriend, well-scrubbed model Dawn Naomi Watts, into reassessing her life and relationships. Meanwhile, Albert finds himself joining forces with Tommy Mark Wahlberg, a firefighter and fellow environmentalist who has been having second thoughts about Bernard and Vivian's ideas and methods after a long-term investigation and has since fallen under the spell of nihilist poet and philosopher Caterine Vauban Isabelle Huppert.
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Special Features

Closed Caption; Disc One:; Full-length audio commentary by D. Russell; Full-length audio commentary by D. Russell, Jason Schwartzman, Mark Wahlberg and Naomi Watts; Disc Two:; Production documentary; "The Charlie Rose Show" interview with D. Russell; 22 deleted/extended scenes; Outtakes; Detective infomercial; Music video: "Knock Yourself Out" by Jon Brion with behind-the-scenes footage and optional commentary by D. Russell; PSAs/Commercials; Trailers
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Editorial Reviews

Barnes & Noble - Ed Hulse
Unconventional comedies always risk alienating viewers if they are too self-aware, too iconoclastic, or too precious. I Heart Huckabees manages to satisfy while being all three, thanks to a quirky script, David O. Russell’s insouciant direction, and the deft performances of a star-studded ensemble cast. The story -- and we use the word “story” lightly -- opens with environmental activist Albert Markovski Jason Schwartzman hiring husband-and-wife “existential detectives” Bernard Dustin Hoffman and Vivian Lily Tomlin to investigate recurring coincidences in his life. Albert gets megastore chain Huckabees to underwrite his cause, though it's apparent smooth-talking executive Brad Stand Jude Law has done so only to create a caring façade for the company. Meanwhile, Brad has a thing for model Dawn Campbell Naomi Watts, the face of Huckabees in TV commercials and print ads. Their relationship hits a bad patch right around the time Albert shows up at a corporate meeting with newfound friend Tommy Corn Mark Wahlberg, a burned-out firefighter and fellow client of the existential detectives. Is your head spinning yet? Don’t expect Huckabees to make sense; it’s not that kind of movie. The “gags” are cerebral, and Russell’s actors, who seem to be having the time of their lives, deliver them with a loony, deadpan charm. Some people are likely to find this film off-putting, but we recommend Huckabees because it’s getting tougher to find comedies that force their viewers to think and don’t rely on toilet humor for cheap laughs. The film may not be totally successful, but it’s certainly daring and provocative -- qualities rarely ascribed to contemporary comedies.
All Movie Guide - Perry Seibert
David O. Russell's second film, the woefully underrated comedy Flirting With Disaster, was a comedy about a man searching for his identity that he defined by his family. Russell's I Heart Huckabees actually has the same basic conflict at its center, but instead of defining identity through family, the film follows characters who are trying to define themselves in terms of the universe. Although these topics have obsessed philosophers and others since the beginning of thought, Russell pares these weighty issues down to one central question: Is everything in the world connected, or is everything in the world separate? Dustin Hoffman, in a character based on the influential Robert Thurman, personifies the "everything is connected" school of thought. His performance as the rumpled existential detective has a childlike wonder mixed with the confidence that comes with wisdom. It is an engaging performance that deserves a better character. The same is true of all the actors. The performers are working hard, and are watchable, but they all seem to play characters that are concepts rather than three-dimensional people. While the plot points in the film feel configured by the writer to prove a point rather than to illuminate character, the actual dialogue sparkles with intelligence, wit, and silliness. Flirting With Disaster and Three Kings both had strong social and political themes but never sacrificed character in order to make those points. The individual scenes in I Heart Huckabees all work well, getting laughs and distilling complicated theories into easy-to-understand nuggets, but for the first time in his impressive career, Russell has overwritten a script. For a film that seeks to teach life lessons, Huckabees needs a bit more real life.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 2/22/2005
  • UPC: 024543169611
  • Original Release: 2004
  • Rating:

  • Source: Fox Searchlight
  • Region Code: 1
  • Presentation: Special Edition / Wide Screen / Subtitled / Full Frame
  • Time: 1:46:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 19,595

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Jason Schwartzman Albert Markovski
Isabelle Huppert Caterine Vauban
Dustin Hoffman Bernard Jaffe
Lily Tomlin Vivian Jaffe
Jude Law Brad Stand
Mark Wahlberg Tommy Corn
Naomi Watts Dawn Campbell
Angela Grillo Angela Franco
Kevin Dunn Marty
Tippi Hedren Mary Jane Hutchinson
Jean Smart Mrs. Hooten
Talia Shire Mrs. Silver
Bob Gunton Mr. Silver
Altagracia Guzman Mrs. Echevarria
Saïd Taghmaoui Translator
Shania Twain Herself
Ger Duany Mr. Nimieri
Darlene Hunt Darlene
Benny Hernandez Davy
Richard Appel Josh
Benjamin Nurick Harrison
Jake Muxworthy Tim
Pablo Davanzo Bobby
Matthew Muzio Construction Worker
Shawn Michael Patrick Fireman
Patrick Walsh Fireman
Ashley A. Fondrevay Frosh Girl
Lisa Guzman Frosh Girl
Scott Wannberg Bik Schottinger
Sydney Zarp Cricket
Jonah Hill Bret
Denis Hayes Orrin Spence
Matthew Grillo-Russell Boy at Mancala Hour
Janet Grillo Boy's Mother
Adam Clinton Security Guard
Antonio Evans Security Guard
Robert Lambert Daryl
Isla Fisher Heather
Kimberly Cutter Corporate Board
John Rothman Corporate Board
Kamala Lopez-Dawson Molly Corn
Saige Ryan Campbell Caitlin Corn
Kaied Hussan Turkish Man
Chuck Saftler Dexicorp Attorney
James J. Mccoy Medic
George Meyer Formal Couple
Maria Semple Formal Couple
Jerry Schumacher Corporate Man
Julie Ann Johnson Lady in Gown
Jeannie Epper-Kimack Lady in Gown
Keith Barrett Maitre'd
Jake Hoffman Valet
Technical Credits
David O. Russell Director, Producer, Screenwriter
Jeff Baena Screenwriter
KK Barrett Production Designer
Bobby Bell Executive Producer
Joey Box Stunts
Mark Bridges Costumes/Costume Designer
Jon Brion Score Composer
Anne Chatterton Stunts
Lynn Christopher Set Decoration/Design
Henry Cline Camera Operator
Peter Deming Cinematographer
Tom Dewier Stunts
Danny Downey Stunts
Richard Eberhardt Editor
Gregory Goodman Producer
Sean Graham Stunts
Mike Griffin Editor
Michael Kamper Sound/Sound Designer
Michael Kuhn Executive Producer
Robert Lambert Editor
Creative License Musical Direction/Supervision
Seth Reed Art Director
Michael Rooney Choreography
Scott Rudin Producer
Ray Siegle Stunts
Soundelux Sound Editor
Mary Vernieu Casting
Amy Vincent Camera Operator
Tim Walston Sound/Sound Designer
Lois C. Weinert Camera Operator
Dara Weintraub Executive Producer
Mary Ellen Woods Asst. Director
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Scene Index

Disc #1, Side A -- I Heart Huckabees
1. You Rock, Rock [:25]
2. Vivian & Bernard Jaffe [3:22]
3. The Blanket [4:16]
4. The Investigation Begins [:38]
5. Tommy's Crisis [4:13]
6. Brad, Dawn & Huckabees [3:54]
7. How to Save the Marsh [:29]
8. He Chopped Her Head Off [3:34]
9. Brad, Albert & the Detectives [:07]
10. Albert Meets His Other [3:04]
11. The African Guy's Family [2:45]
12. Albert & Tommy Kicked Out [2:21]
13. Caterine Vauban [2:36]
14. Home of the Coincidence [2:29]
15. Tiny Particles Vs. Tiny Cracks [2:09]
16. Quantity Not Quality [4:01]
17. The Ball Thing [3:56]
18. Miss Huckabees Goes Down [2:52]
19. Human Drama, Tommy [3:14]
20. How Am I Not Myself [2:16]
21. Destruction/Creation [2:06]
22. Convergence [4:36]
23. No Manure, No Magic [:38]
24. End Titles [1:45]
Disc #1, Side B -- I Heart Huckabees
1. You Rock, Rock [:25]
2. Vivian & Bernard Jaffe [3:22]
3. The Blanket [4:16]
4. The Investigation Begins [:38]
5. Tommy's Crisis [4:13]
6. Brad, Dawn & Huckabees [3:54]
7. How to Save the Marsh [:29]
8. He Chopped Her Head Off [3:34]
9. Brad, Albert & the Detectives [:07]
10. Albert Meets His Other [3:04]
11. The African Guy's Family [2:45]
12. Albert & Tommy Kicked Out [2:21]
13. Caterine Vauban [2:36]
14. Home of the Coincidence [2:29]
15. Tiny Particles Vs. Tiny Cracks [2:09]
16. Quantity Not Quality [4:01]
17. The Ball Thing [3:56]
18. Miss Huckabees Goes Down [2:52]
19. Human Drama, Tommy [3:14]
20. How Am I Not Myself [2:16]
21. Destruction/Creation [2:06]
22. Convergence [4:36]
23. No Manure, No Magic [:38]
24. End Titles [1:45]
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Menu

Disc #1, Side A -- I Heart Huckabees
   Play
   Scene Selection
   Language Selection
      Languages
         English 5.1 Dolby Digital
         Spanish Dolby Surround
         Commentary By David O. Russell
         Commentary By David O. Russell, Jason Schwartzman, Mark Wahlberg and Naomi Watts
      Subtitles
         English
         Spanish
         None
   Special Features
      Commentary By David O. Russell
      Commentary By David O. Russell, Jason Schwartzman, Mark Wahlberg and Naomi Watts
Disc #1, Side B -- I Heart Huckabees
   Play
   Scene Selection
   Language Selection
      Languages
         English 5.1 Dolby Digital
         Spanish Dolby Surround
         Commentary By David O. Russell
         Commentary By David O. Russell, Jason Schwartzman, Mark Wahlberg and Naomi Watts
      Subtitles
         English
         Spanish
         None
   Special Features
      Commentary By David O. Russell
      Commentary By David O. Russell, Jason Schwartzman, Mark Wahlberg and Naomi Watts
Disc #2 -- I Heart Huckabees
   I Heart Huckabees Production Doc
   The Charlie Rose Show
   Extended & Deleted Scenes
      Play All
      Sc. 5: The Waiting Room
      Sc. 15-17: Parkinglot Crusader of Truth
      Sc. 26-28: Brad's Charm
      Sc. 30: Vivian Is Escorted
      Sc. 31: Albert's Bathtub
      Sc. 33-35: Schottinger's Photo Archive
      Sc. 37: The Jaffes at Brad & Dawn's (Extended)
      Sc. 57: Dawn's Mind
      Sc. 61: Lining It Up
      Sc. 76: Dawn Meets Heather, the New Face of Huckabees
      Sc. 81: "What Kind of Woman" Mind Trip
      Sc. 85-87: The Jaffe's Investigation Leads Them to Kelly Coulter
      Sc. 91: Tommy's Nihilism
      Sc. 96-100: Caterine & Albert Investigate the Jaffes, Tommy Discovers Suffering & Cruelty
      Sc. 99: Caterine's Philosophy
      Sc. 105: Ripping Brad Apart
      Alt Sc. 105: Brad Stands Totally Disheveled
      Sc. 106: Dawn Dials 911
      Alt Sc. 106: Dawn Dials 911
      Sc. 115: Ambulance Ride
      Sc. 119: Brad Calls His Brother
      Sc. 128AB: What Happens in the Meadow at Dusk (Break Dancing)
   Outtakes
      Play All
      Sc. 61: Denis Hayes Gets Pushed
      Sc. 61: Tommy Shoves Brad
      Sc. 71: Caterine, "Don't Be Fooled"
      Sc. 125: Elevator Fight
   Miscellaneous Things People Did
   Infomercial, Commercials and PSAs
      KK Barrett: Production Designer
      Mark Bridges: Costume Designer
      Open-Spaces Coalition Six PSA's
      Commercials
      Jon Brion Brings It to Huckabees
      Photo Montage
      Infomercial (Long Version)
      Infomercial Extra Dialogue Tangents and Jon Brion's Performances
      Behind the Scenes of the Detective's Infomercial
   Extras
      Teaser Trailer
      Trailer
      Jon Brion's Knock Yourself Out Music Video/Directed By D.O.R.
         Music Video Commentary: On
         Music Video Commentary: Off
      Behind the Scenes: Jon Brion's Knock Yourself Out
      Soundtrack Spot
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  • Posted October 1, 2010

    I enjoyed it

    I Heart Huckabees is very different from the usual movie experience, and especially for comedies. I thought it was (or could have been?) brilliant in some ways. The story is too fragmented, and complex to break it down, but it is basically about a young guy (Jason Schwartzman) whose life is in a collapse, yet what he is hung up most about is a chance encounter (three times) with a guy - so he hires two existential detectives (Lily Tomlin, Dustin Hoffman, both hilarious) to investigate the matter. The dialogue is not easy to follow, and I am pretty sure I missed out on a lot of things on first watch - so you might want to watch it more than once. Or you might not. The complexity can get tiring, I personally enjoyed it.
    I guess the most important thing is to bring your sense of humor with you while watching it. Although it could be taken deadly seriously, don`t do that.
    On an added note, I absolutely loved Mark Wahlberg in this movie. All the actors were great, but he was hilarious. And frankly, I think comic roles suit him better.
    I recommed this movie.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    A Suprisingly Good Film

    I remember a few years back then this movie was out in theatres, back in 2004. At the time however, I was still quite young and I wouldn't assume I would understand the concept of "I Heart Huckabees." Recently, I came across it again after discovering that a younger Jason Schwartzman had one of the title roles. I'll be honest, though. When I first saw the movie for the first time, I was not so impressed. The plot was unclear, and didn't seem to have any sort of true meaning behind it. However, what I then learned is that "I Heart Huckabees" is a film you have to watch more than once to actually somewhat understand the meaning behind it. By the time I decided to give the movie another chance, I watched it again, and I liked it more. It has a mix of comedy, which definitely made the film easier and more relaxing to watch. There is plenty of overanalyzation in it, but it keeps you paying attention and helps one find the philosophy of life. I would highly recommend the movie to anyone who needs to get their mind off of something, or to simply find a relaxing movie to get into.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Sophomoric Slump

    This film is a mess. My hopes were high for a screwball take on the monster complexity and manic absurdity of modern life. But there were too many thinly drawn characters, half-explored themes, and not enough story. At the showing I went to, about half of the 100 or so audience members walked out. I hung in there -- in large part because of the trust I have that this director is genuinely trying to make challenging work and therefore takes risks -- but, sadly, my endurance was not rewarded and the risk taken by the director did not pay off.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    A reviewer

    The combination of the bombarding diologue and the talent of the cast make this film a bit tiring on the first viewing. The characters are all charm and quirk, and give the film a good whimsical feel which is important in tackling a heavy subject such as existentialism. The most important aspect however is I Heart Huckabees' ability to make the audience not only identify with the existential struggles of the characters, but also to laugh at the drama of life. Repeated viewings are reccomended to get the most from the film.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    I see that “I Heart the Huckabees” is meant for a selective audience.

    This movie is obviously not for everyone. It's not a comedy that you just put in and sit back and be shut down the old cranium for an hour and half. Nope, instead you get the muscle a-cranking. Huckabees requires you to really pay attention and think and take everything in. This film explores several questions mainly dealing with the connection between one person and to the heart, soul, and body of every other thing in existence in an ever-changing world. This film is a big orgy of questioning. And who doesn't like questioning? This film, in its own right, is very original and thought provoking that goes above and beyond any form of typicality of films. ”Huckabees” offers us an impressive cast with Dustin Hoffman, Lily Tomlin, Jason Schwartzman, Jude Law, Mark Wahlberg, and Naomi Watts. Most notable performances by, namely, Dustin Hoffman as it's nice to see him in an exceptional role. He hasn't really been given a great script and chance to portray a great character since probably 1997's “Wag the Dog.” It's very nice to see Hoffman play a great character, as Bernard, the quirky husband half of the existential detectives. Also, most notable is the performance of Mark Wahlberg, as Tommy Corn, another client of the detectives that befriends Albert. Tommy is a fire fighter who has his own environmental concerns as he refuses to ride on the fire truck and rather, rides a bike to the fire saying, "We'd all be heroes if we stopped using petroleum." Mark Wahlberg is hilarious in this movie and has his best performance since probably "Boogie Nights" and "Three Kings." However, this movie is much more of an ensemble performance than anything else. The ensemble's performance in this film is terrific and the chemistry between each character is flawless. The most credit to this movie goes to writer/director David O. Russell. Russell has obviously something going on up there in the cabeza to extract such a story. But the story is amazingly written. The script is out of the ordinary yet genius and comes out as one of the most intelligent films out there and hilarious at that.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    wonderful

    An amazing movie to watch, especially when you're feeling down about something. It's humorous and insightful. It keeps your interest and is delightfully over the top, but not so much that it gets annoying. WHY IS IT SO EXPENSIVE?!?!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Not an ordinary movie

    this movie was weird, funny, and interesting all at the same time. this was a good movie but a little different for my taste, but i highly recommend it.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    I heart Huckabees alot!

    Full of quick sharp humor that just rolls off the tongue, this beautiful film has made us realize that our problems are nothing but an answer to someone elses problem. Four stars, because this film is a movie you have to keep on track and pay very close attention, but it kept me going.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Intelligent, but off the wall

    I had no idea what to expect with this movie. I was a bit stunned throughout. It is funny, and intelligent, but also bizarre. The ending did tie things together quite well. Several moments in the movie, taken by themselves, are hilarious. There were some unnecessary cuss words that I hope my children didn't hear. There is also a strange sexual scene that I hope my children didn't see. I would recommend this movie if you are in the mood for something off the wall strange but funny.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    A brilliant original comedy

    I had read a lot of mediocre reviews of "Huckabees" before I had the chance to view it, most critics complaining that the characters were too distant, that the film seemed disconnected from the audience. I was really surprised by how much I relished every minute of this movie, with perfectly pitched performances all around. I've never seen a film that so boldly rode the line between bizarrely hilarious humor and philisophical depth. Perhaps not quite the best film of 2004 (that would be Million Dollar Baby), but certainly the most strikingly original. Very highly recommended for movie-goers with a sense of adventure.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    highly recommend

    This was one of my favorite movies this year! I saw it in a sold out theatre and everyone was laughing their butts off. It is very funny but also thought provoking and deep. It is both quirky and very real~ just the kind of intelligent movie that you leave feeling satisfied with, I absolutely loved it!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Spectacular

    'I <3 Huckabees'provides laughs upon laughs, but it's not just a comedy. It's also an existential/nihilistic look into all of our lives, so if you're looking for a film that will make you think, while at the same time you're wetting yourself from laughing too hard...then this is it!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Brilliant

    At first, through out the movie...you just sit there wondering "what?", but during the end...EVERYTHING COMES TOGETHER in a beautiful swirl of understanding and it really makes you question your existence in the universe and its inner-connectivity. Brilliant.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Outstanding

    A great film with an all-star cast like Jude Law, Naomi Watts, Dustin Hoffman, and Lily Tomlin. One of the funniest romantic comedies I've seen all year. It had spunk, realism, sex, and just plain fun. I Heart this movie for all its joy and laughter it will bring you when you see it.

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