Quick Movie Reviews
Logan D. McCoy - wrote on 07/10/2019
Al Franken once stated that he was very proud of this movie, and he should be. It's sweet and quite serious, especially for a film based on an SNL sketch.
sapien - wrote on 04/04/2010
I liked it! There! I said it! And I'm not ashamed at all!
mdtinney - wrote on 11/21/2009
Stuart is a whiny spoiled man who looks in the mirror and talks to himself. It is seriously annoying and people do NOT like him because his cable access show gets canceled. You would that is the end of the movie but it goes on and on. Stuart is in every 12 step program that there is but still cannot deal with his fat mom or drunk dad. When you see this you will want to take a billion steps and runaway. The acting is terrible and throughout the whole movie I could not stand the guy with the sweater. That's okay because I could only watch about half of this movie before watching something else. This movie isn't good enough or smart enough.
Chris Kavan - wrote on 08/21/2009
Another SNL skit-turned movie that hits all the wrong notes. While not quite as excruciating as It's Pat, this is none-the-less one of my least-favorite movies of all time. You'd have to pay me to watch this a second time - a lot.
serioussir - wrote on 05/10/2008
I really like this show. Franken's character is the quintessential self-improvement junkie. His dysfunctional family is hysterically impaired. I love Stuart's horrible boss and all his needy friends.