Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by noname2, Jan 18, 2014.
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It's all about Alison.
Watching The Jerk on Encore Classic, kinda similar but more based in reality.
The most overhyped, unfunny movie. I tried watching it with my husband about 5 years ago because he'd never seen it. I kept telling him "Oh come on, you'll love it." We turned it off 30 minutes in.
wonder if Beth ever watched it
There's only 3 seconds worth watching -
this got 3 stars on my guide
It's painful to watch this movie now, the only one who still shines is Paul Giamatti. The casting director was really lucky to find that guy before he became a well regarded actor.
The whole premise of that picture is that Stern couldn't respect authority, that he had to say whatever was on his mind. But now we know he would have changed everything about him to please a lanky gold digging horse face.
"I've got my kids, and I've got Alison. Alison... She's the best friend I could ever have."
Something tells me Private Parts doesn't get many repeat screenings at Chimney Manor or Xanadu.
It wasn't a bad movie. I like the part in Hartford when Howard is promoted to PD and had to fire the DJ. Paul Giamatti was definitely great in it.
You mean it's no on logo?
Yeah she said on the show that he was the, "greatest actor she ever saw." Might've been around Get Johns Job with Sal.
Giamatti's rant at the end was an award winning performance.
Did Howard ever mention that Evan Roberts from Beningo and Roberts on WFAN was in the movie. He's the one on the left in the back seat of the car.
Agreed. Nice av as well, during my last move I found "does humor belong in music" dvd
I think the decent looking chick from modern family is in it as well...has he mentioned he built her career?
When's Howard going to start distancing himself from the movie like his two books?
Pile of shit, I was the biggest 14 year old Stern fan you'd ever meet when I saw this and even I could tell it had TV production values, minimal Stern-esque humor and a sappy (soon hypocritical) story arc.
Stern had to be sprinkling crack in your Kool-Aid glasses.
Even if he still was with Alison, it's shit. AGT was not his first attempt at winning over old women.
Nothing like a "love story for my wife" produced while he had checked out of the relationship and his responsibilities as a father. As soon as he got the check for the VHS sales he was out the door.
my favorite part as well!