Beer (1985)

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The self-aggrandizing world of Madison Avenue advertising is the subject of this clichéd, sexist satire that features a cynical ad executive (Loretta Swit) and her minions who choose three regular Joes to represent the Norbecker Beer company in a new ad campaign.

Rating: R (adult situations/language)
Genre: Comedy
Directed By:
Written By: Allan Weisbecker
In Theaters:
On DVD: Jul 25, 1988
Runtime:
HBO Video

Cast


as B.D. Tucker

as Buzz Beckerman

as A.J. Norbecker

as Elliott Morrison

as Merle Draggett

as Frankie Falcone

as Harley Feemar

as Stanley Dickler

as Talk-Show Host

as Mary Morrison

as Bartender Freddie

as Bartender Eddie

as Michael Morrison

as Stacy

as Lawrence Talbot

as Frankie's Mom

as Francie's Pop

as Frankie's Grandfathe...

as Makeup Girl

as Brimley

as Feminist at Rally

as Board-Room Executive

as Board-Room Executive

as Board-Room Executive

as Board-Room Executive

as Board-Room Executive

as `Mack Truck' MacKenz...

as Drunk

as Little Man at Door

as Policeman

as Mail Boy

as CLIO Announcer

as Woman with Pasta

as Woman in Church

as Man in Steambath

as Man in Steambath

as Man in Steambath

as Talk Show Audience

as Talk Show Audience

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.

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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
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