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Saving Silverman
     

Saving Silverman

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Director: Dennis Dugan, Jason Biggs, Steve Zahn, Jack Black

Cast: Dennis Dugan, Jason Biggs, Steve Zahn, Jack Black

 

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This romantic comedy is from director, former actor, and regular Adam Sandler collaborator Dennis Dugan. Darren Silverman (Jason Biggs) is a loser at love, so his best friends J.D. (Jack Black) and Wayne (Steve Zahn) set him up on a date with his dream girl, Judith (Amanda Peet). A serious relationship develops and threatens to become a marriage, but J.D. and Wayne

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This romantic comedy is from director, former actor, and regular Adam Sandler collaborator Dennis Dugan. Darren Silverman (Jason Biggs) is a loser at love, so his best friends J.D. (Jack Black) and Wayne (Steve Zahn) set him up on a date with his dream girl, Judith (Amanda Peet). A serious relationship develops and threatens to become a marriage, but J.D. and Wayne come to the conclusion that Judith is totally wrong for Darren. In an effort to reunite their pal with Sandy (Amanda Detmer), his long-lost love from school, they kidnap Judith. However, the wily bride to be is at least one step ahead of her captors in the wits department. Saving Silverman also stars R. Lee Ermey and Neil Diamond in a cameo role as himself.

Editorial Reviews

Village Voice
As the villain, Peet clearly wields the brains to harness...this movie's decentered male threesome. Alongside Jack Black, she rescues the flick from director Dennis Dugan's flip, hassling rhythms. Black injects archness and fun into the movie mainly by evoking Chris Farley recast as a Method actor. Edward Crouse

Product Details

Release Date:
12/26/2001
UPC:
0043396067905
Original Release:
2001
Rating:
PG13
Source:
Sony Pictures

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Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Jason Biggs David Silverman
Steve Zahn Wayne Lefessier
Jack Black J.D. McNugent
Amanda Peet Judith
R. Lee Ermey Coach
Amanda Detmer Sandy
Neil Diamond Himself
Lillian Carlson Mother Superior
Kyle Gass Bar Dude

Technical Credits
Dennis Dugan Director
Arthur Albert Cinematographer
Bruce Berman Executive Producer
Michael S. Bolton Production Designer
Warren Carr Co-producer
Greg DePaul Screenwriter
Felicia Fasano Casting
Martin Fossum Sound/Sound Designer
Bernie Goldmann Executive Producer
Brad Luff Executive Producer
Anne McCarthy Casting
Bill McMahon Set Decoration/Design
Neal H. Moritz Producer
Debra Neil-Fisher Editor
Hank Nelken Screenwriter
Mary Ramos Musical Direction/Supervision
Louise Roper Set Decoration/Design
Daniel Silverberg Asst. Director
Michelle Silverman Musical Direction/Supervision
Mike Simpson Score Composer
Jim Steuart Art Director
Melissa Toth Costumes/Costume Designer,Sound/Sound Designer
Mary Vernieu Casting
Bill Whitten Associate Producer
Peter Ziegler Executive Producer

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Saving Silverman 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Steve Zahn and Jack Black are hilarious in this movie! I am not a fan of Jason Biggs and there are frustrating parts in the story but the funny scenes MORE than make up for that. Plus, who doesn't love a Neil Diamond cameo?
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