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Beer (1985)

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A Madison Avenue advertising executive figures out a way to save her brewery account by hiring three men to appear in commercials selling the titular beverage in this satirical comedy.more
Rating: R (adult situations/language)
Genre: Comedy
Directed By:
Written By: Allan Weisbecker
In Theaters:
On DVD: Jul 25, 1988
Runtime:
HBO Video

Cast

Loretta Swit
as B.D. Tucker
Rip Torn
as Buzz Beckerman
Kenneth Mars
as A.J. Norbecker
David Alan Grier
as Elliott Morrison
William Russ
as Merle Draggett
Saul Stein
as Frankie Falcone
Peter Michael Goetz
as Harley Feemar
David Wohl
as Stanley Dickler
Dick Shawn
as Talk-Show Host
Ren Woods
as Mary Morrison
Gerald Vichi
as Bartender Freddie
Maurice Shrog
as Bartender Eddie
Donald Agree
as Michael Morrison
John Bennes
as Lawrence Talbot
Elena Kudaba
as Frankie's Mom
Gino Marrocco
as Francie's Pop
Ralph Manza
as Frankie's Grandfathe...
Deena Levy
as Makeup Girl
Richard Litt
as Brimley
Jade D. Bari
as Feminist at Rally
Robert Blumenfeld
as Board-Room Executive
Willy Nikels
as Board-Room Executive
Jonathan Slaff
as Board-Room Executive
Roy K. Stevens
as Board-Room Executive
W.M. Supernaw
as Board-Room Executive
Gene Mack
as `Mack Truck' MacKenz...
Jan Saint
as Drunk
Charles Bolender
as Little Man at Door
Doug Anderson
as Policeman
Jeff Scott
as Mail Boy
John Meanes
as CLIO Announcer
Rosalyn Braverman
as Woman with Pasta
Jean Bruno
as Woman in Church
Joseph Battle
as Man in Steambath
Drew Geraci
as Man in Steambath
Jesse Holmes
as Man in Steambath
Sharon Dyer
as Talk Show Audience
Terry Elik
as Talk Show Audience
Caitlin Hicks
as Talk Show Audience
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Audience Reviews for Beer

A fun, entertaining, enjoyable comedy, very funny for the most part. I liked it.

ajv2688
Aj V

Super Reviewer

Just like beer, it doesn't taste great, but it can be fun. I found a lot of funny scenes in this movie, and I enjoyed it, but I'll admit it's not a great movie by any means. It's just plain entertaining for 80s fans.

The80sExpert
Lisa Spader
½

Fair comedy, sometimes funny, usually only mildly so. It is a satire on the advertising business, specifically that of beer. Wants to kind of do to advertising what Network did to television, but hardly accomplishes that.

jazza923
James Higgins

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