: : : Saving Silverman
===Story=== Darren (Jason Biggs of ''American Pie'') is convinced that he'll never know love, since his one true love moved away during high school. To cheer him up, Darren's best friends Wayne (Steve Zahn, ''Out of Sight'', ''That Thing You Do'') and J.D. (Jack Black, ''High Fidelity'') hook him up with Judith (Amanda Peet, ''The Whole Nine Yards'')--little suspecting that Judith will tear their friendship apart. Judith wastes no time in taking over Darren's life, exiling his friends, and burning his beloved Neil Diamond records. If only Wayne and J.D. can bring Darren back together with his high school sweetheart (Amanda Detmer), who's about to become a nun. ''Saving Silverman'' is unquestionably of the ''There's Something About Mary'' school of comedy, throwing together absurd characters and over-the-top gags (for example, a scene of Darren getting butt implants, per Judith's orders). It doesn't quite balance everything, but Black and Zahn are engaging comic talents. Also featuring R. Lee Ermey as the boy's deranged high school football coach, whose advice continues to guide their lives, as well as a surprise appearance by Neil Diamond himself. ''--Bret Fetzer'' ===DVD Features=== * Director's Commentary * Outtakes Reel * Link to Official Website * Theatrical Trailers * Filmographies * Production Notes * Scene Selections


Steve ZahnWayne
Jack BlackJ.D.
Jason BiggsDarren
Amanda PeetJudith
Amanda DetmerSandy
R. Lee ErmeyCoach
Neil DiamondHimself
Kyle GassBar Dude

  • Genre: Comedy Movies
  • Director: Dennis Dugan
  • Producer: Columbia/Tri-Star
  • Length: 90 min
  • Aspect ratio: 1.37:1
  • Theatrical Release
    North AmericaFeb 9, 2001
    EuropeJan 11, 2002
    AustraliaDec 31, 2001
  • Ratings
    North AmericaPG-13
  • DVD Release
    North AmericaApr 1, 2003
  • Also known as:
  • Evil Woman in Europe / Australia
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