Jane White Is Sick And Twisted movie trailer - starring Wil Wheaton, Dustin Diamond, Kim Little, Alley Mills, Richard Kline. Directed by David Michael Latt. Genre: Comedy
Coming-of-age comedy series set in the late 1960s, focusing on the trials and tribulations of young Kevin Arnold and his family, as he enters junior high school and becomes a teenager.
Jane White is the twisted romantic comedy of a girl who thinks that Gerry King, the most insane talk show host on TV, is her father. Jane tries to do anything and everything to be on his show, and meet her long lost dad.
Believing that an outrageous talk show host is her long-lost dad, a deluded young woman transforms into an archetype guest in order to be on the show.
Stars of the Emmy winning SCTV comedy troupe, John Candy, Joe Flaherty, and Eugene Levy headline this off-the-wall comedy which lampoons everything from religious cults to Kung Fu movies to Father Knows Best, complete with a cameo by the show's original "Princess" Elinor Donahue. Directed by comic talent David Steinberg, the film's plot finds Candy brainwashed by a religious aerobics cult to kill his soon-to-be father-in-law, a United States Congressman. Featuring such comedy character actors as Paul Dooley, Richard Libertini and Bill ("Ya Doesn't Has to Call Me Mr. Johnson") Saluga, Going Berserk recreates the inspired madness of the Marx Brothers and the Three Stooges.
When limo driver John gets engaged to Nancy Reese, John becomes the target of the politician's enemies: a religious cult of aerobics instructors.
Limo driver John Bourgignon is engaged to Nancy Reese. Her father, Congressman Ed Reese, is running for president and crusading against cult leader Sun Yi. Misadventure and intrigue stalk John and Nancy's path to the altar.
A drummer/chauffeur engaged to a congressman's daughter encounters a sleazy film director, the leader of an aerobics cult, and other crazed characters during the days leading up to his wedding.
Wyatt joins Hope and Maya in front of the camera during a HFTF photo shoot. (TV-14 D)
Bill adamantly refuses to give up his pursuit of Brooke. (TV-14 D)
At the start of Thanksgiving dinner, Hope asks everyone to say something kind about the person sitting to his or her right. (TV-14 D)
Hope decides to play hostess and plans a combined Thanksgiving dinner and engagement party for a special couple. (TV-14 D)
When he learns that everyone will be attending Thanksgiving, Eric makes sure that all guests are on their best behavior. (TV-14 D)
Quinn proves she is a force to be reckoned with when she angrily confronts Bill about interfering with her son's happiness. (TV-14 D)
Bill agrees to make amends for obstructing Liam's relationship with Hope by running a little interference with someone else. (TV-14 D)
Hope and Wyatt have an impromptu "steamy" encounter. (TV-14 D)