Two dim-witted former high school buddys and Neil Diamond fanactics, Wayne and J.D., plot to keep their friend Darren from marrying the wrong woman, a domineering and spiteful psychologist named Judith by kidnapping her and trying to set Darren up with his old high school girlfriend Sandy who plans to become a nun. Written by
Wayne claims that he was born at the "Hot August Night" concert. But the concert that is shown is not that concert. Hot August Night was recorded in 1972, and the concert that is shown is "Love at the Greek" recorded in 1976. (Also a mistake in Directors commentary, Dennis Dugan admits that the concert is not Hot August Night, but claims the concert that is shown takes place in 1974). See more »
[In the garage of his house, Wayne is chaining up Judith after she escaped]
There. That should keep you from escaping again. And this...
[pulls out a Catcher's mask]
[puts the mask on Judith's face]
this should keep you from biting.
How am I gonna eat?
I've thought of that.
[Wayne shows Judith a jar filled with breakfast mash and a straw]
What is that?
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At the end there is a concert with Neil Diamond and all the actors and the end titles. See more »
Granted, Saving Silverman is not good movie. Jason Biggs is only funny as the American Pie guy, and even that act got old by the sequel. But Steven Zahn and Jack Black are two very funny individuals. A Neil Diamond cover band called "Diamonds in the Rough." I could laugh about that for days. And the crazy, gay coach. I don't see how anyone with a sense of humor could walk out of this movie feeling bad.
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