Out-of-control comedy features Jim Carrey at his hilarious best as a hard-wired cable installer just looking for a friend. Matthew Broderick co-stars.
Screen version of Tom Wolfe's bestselling satire about a Wall Street tycoon who's life falls apart when a down-and-out journalist implicates him in a hit-and-run accident involving a poor black youth.
The Doctor -- Sore throat? Fever? Ankle sprain? Nothing the “good doctor” can’t handle. There’s no ailment he won’t get his hands deep inside; and he’ll cure you the best way he knows how.
The Cable Guy -- A lonely and disturbed cable guy raised on television just wants a new friend, but his target, a designer, rejects him, with bad consequences.
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Jim Carrey is Chip Douglas, cable installer. Raised on television sitcoms, he wants life to look just like My Three Sons. And when he meets single guy Steven Kovacs (Matthew Broderick), he sees his chance for some serious male bonding. But Chip's idea of friendship - which includes physical assault, a game of 'Porno Password' and a medieval joust - may be hazardous to Steven's health. In Chip's own immortal words, "I can be your best friend... or your worst enemy." Directed by Ben Stiller (Reality Bites).
When Steven moves into a new place, an overzealous cable guy hooks him up -- and doesn't let go, even after Steven tries to end their "friendship."
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