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At Home with the Webbers (1993)

The Webbers are your average American family. So average, in fact that they are selected by a television station to be the stars of their own TV show "At Home with the Webbers". They are ... See full summary »

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Gerald Webber
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Miranda Webber
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Johnny Webber
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Emma Webber
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1st Patient
Suzanne Lanza ...
1st Sacha
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2nd Sacha
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Merle Kennedy ...
Miranda's Friend
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Roger Swade
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Karen James
Leslie S. Sachs ...
Billy (as Lesley Sachs)
Darren Epton ...
Mike
Charner Wallis ...
Dog Lady
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Mrs. Nelson
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The Webbers are your average American family. So average, in fact that they are selected by a television station to be the stars of their own TV show "At Home with the Webbers". They are moved to a new house that has cameras and microphones installed in it, and paid to just live their lives as they usually would. Their activities are taped and broadcast to the eager public. Television is television, however, and it isn't long before the demands of the viewing public and their new lifestyle take their toll on the Webbers... Written by Murray Chapman <muzzle@cs.uq.oz.au>

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After Billy says she's going to check the #12 camera, a boom mic drops into frame. See more »

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Josh: Chicks are always giving us guys shit for thinking with our dicks, okay, but how would you like having a part of your body that just grew to five times its normal size any time it wanted?
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King For A Day
Lyrics and Music by Jonathan Lewis
Vocals by Jonathan Lewis
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The worst
13 March 2003 | by (USA) – See all my reviews

Unforgettably bad from the first frame to the last. Utterly uncinematic, wholly uninspired dialogue, and no discernable plot development. Both David Arquette and Jeffrey Tambor seem to have been labotomized. And Jennifer Tilly, try though she might, sinks under the weight of her severely underdeveloped character. For a film that attempts to satirize the superficiality of media culture, this mess comes off more shallow and empty than any reality show currently plaguing the airwaves. Though it clocks in at about 100 minutes, this excruciatingly boring film drags on for what seems like an eternity. Run, don't walk, from this dreck.


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