On the run from the law, desperate drug runner Astor and his beautiful prisoner struggle through the savage heat. They are offered a ride by two unsuspecting travelers. Claiming to be ... See full summary »
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When Ed is yelling up to Shari's window asking to come up, the light behind Shari is off. In the next shot the light is on. In the next the light is off again. See more »
[talking about Ed's dad]
He cheated on you?
Well, he had medical problems, he said the woman he was with was a nurse.
And you believed him!
Well, she had white shoes.
So does Grandma! So does Sahquille O-Neil!
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I first want to say, all those comparing EDtv to "Truman" just miss the point completely. They are as different in approach and intent as are "The Rock" and "The Birdman of Alcatraz" which both happen to be set in the same prison.
"EDtv" is meant to be a comedy with a lot of subtle and not so subtle references to the intrusive nature of the media. The characters are very engaging and well-acted. I laughed all the way through this movie. That's all I think it was supposed to be.
It isn't quite as good as "As Good As It Gets" or "Analyze This", but I still give it 8 of 10!!
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