The Jerk

The Jerk

Director: Carl Reiner Cast: Steve Martin, Bernadette Peters, Catlin Adams
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DVD (Anniversary Edition / Wide Screen / Subtitled / Dubbed)

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The Jerk 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 10 reviews.
Pstexas More than 1 year ago
Best Steve Martin ever! 
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Guest More than 1 year ago
Steve Martin became my hero after uttering the words, "He hates those cans!" This has to be one of the all time best movies of all time. I intend to buy this movie the minute barnes and noble opens.
Guest More than 1 year ago
When this movie was released in the late 1970¿s, Steve Martin was enjoying huge success as a stand-up comic. Making a movie was his only logical next professional step--he probably was the most popular comedian in America. At the time of its release, the movie was universally excoriated by the critics and didn¿t fare as well at the box office as expected. Watching it today, it is difficult to remember just why the movie was not more successful on its initial release¿and it does seem like a stronger movie than it did at the time. The movie has aged well, but that doesn¿t account for the complete change of the film¿s reputation¿a large part of the ¿new¿ attitude has to be based on the lowered production values of movies in the years since. This is a funny movie, but it is much funnier to the people who have been born since its release who have been raised on the pabulum Hollywood has ground out through their lives. The film couldn¿t be made today; between changed and uptight attitudes and many current filmmakers¿ terror of experimentation, the movie is made stronger by contrast. That Martin could make such a strong film on his first outing is amazing...that the movie has survived and is still popular after a quarter of a century is its greatest tribute.
Guest More than 1 year ago
must see!!!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This movie is definatly a classic that everyone should see at least once.
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