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. Dream witch Judith is a completely un-likable- un-redeemable- hoity toity- stuck up-bad dressing- snob to the tenth power. Written by women haters no doubt. Silverman’s idiotic buddies she’s so hell bent on excluding, This page has saving silverman 2001, watch online, saving silverman 2001 free download, full movie hd.
J.D ( Jack “I usually don’t suck this bad- honest Black) and Wayne (Steve ” don’t hold this against me” Zahn) try to like her- but simply insult her and shock her. They upset her to the point were she gives her pet, er, beau Silverman an ultimatum – no sex-(with himself, as she doesn’t even do him ) if he ever sees these friends again. Reading the other review, I just had to post the opposing viewpoint. I am a 58-yr-old well-educated woman, so go figure…I just HOWLED at this movie, I had tears running down my face. Haven’t laughed this much and so unexpectedly since Rodney Dangerfield’s antics in ‘Back to School’. Filmxy has Saving Silverman (2001) Online Full Movie, Saving Silverman (2001) free download HD Bluray 720p 1080p with English subtitle. Stars: Jason Biggs, Steve Zahn, Jack Black.
The sight gags were dead on, the whole premise of the loser worshippers of N. Diamond was hysterical and milked to perfection, and the send-up of misogyny was perfectly done. Actually, these three hapless fools were just perfectly pathetic and loveable in their own ways. The acting was wonderful….Amanda Peet was wickedly funny, and all three male stars were equally crass and deliciously low-down. Jack Black as usual was unnervingly disgusting and real. Neal Diamond was a wonderful parody of himself, without being condescending…he fit the spirit of the movie to a ‘T’. The ending was great, reminiscent of the ‘feel good’ ending of ‘Back to School’. Whenever I feel blue, I watch this movie and just can’t help laughing. Maybe it just wasn’t British humor (referring to the previous review), but this is FUNNY stuff. Movie history (especially in the 1930s) is littered with small comedy films that were never meant to be critical, award winning films but made for audiences that wanted to laugh like “We’re Not Dressing” and any number of WC Fields’ films (Fields’ “Million Dollar Legs” seems very similar in tone to “Saving Silverman”). Unpretentious, funny and entertaining films and “Saving Silverman” falls squarely into that category. It’s dopey but harmless and frequently charming. All of the actors are in-synch and none of them hold back especially Amanda Peet as the woman from hell. She’s beautiful and you can completely understand why Darren would fall for her the way he does. Peet’s willingness to give it her all (especially at the end) is key to the movie working as well as it does. Any vanity on her part would’ve sunk the already flimsy premise but she goes into it wholeheartedly. Peet’s not given enough credit here.