Private Parts Reviews
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The life story of radio show host and comedian Howard Stern is told from his childhood to 1997, where he covers the many radio stations he moved city to city from, his cohosts who assist him, his verbally cruel bosses, and his family life.
Private Parts is unique in that it's a biopic of a comedian that at the time was still rising to fame. It works as a good biopic and an entertaining and humorous one, Stern does a great job as well as Paul Giamatti, who plays Stern's pissed off boss at WNBC who berated him and attempts to censor his radio show heavily. Private Parts simply works together well in all elements.
Stern, who plays himself. Others from his show also play themselves, including Robin Quivers. The film captures his funniest moments through the years, and it is hilarious, and side-splittingly funny. His comedy is original, unique, and ground-breaking.
that's what Howard Stern became when he succeeded turning into the biggest disc jockey in NYC
the film tracks his start of life wanting to be on the radio as a talk show host and using his own brand of unorthodox humor to make it big
it's very funny and very hard-hitting
Betty Thomas handles this kind of biographical material with such wit and charm
and it doesn't hurt that she has his wife, Allison (Mary McCormack) thrown into the mix
she's always stuck by him even when he had trouble finding respectable work in the radio business with NBC
he says that's something you have to count on to have such a reliable life partner
we get all the 'private parts' in this from sex jokes to private details of Howard's life being broadcasted as part of his program
love it or hate Stern has a knack for the vulgar and the obscene with no shortage of laughs