Being Ron Jeremy (2003)





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The debut film from writer/director/actor Brian Berke, Being Ron Jeremy is a 40-minute parody of Spike Jonze's critically-acclaimed Being John Malkovich set in the world of hardcore pornography. Berke stars as Brian Pickles, a lovelorn standup comedian who discovers a portal into the mind of adult film star Ron Jeremy. Inside the well-endowed Jeremy, Pickles is able to woo Mia (Mia Crowe), the girl of his dreams. With the help of pal Andy Dick, Jeremy must fight back before Brian and Mia take over his life for good. In addition to Jeremy, several other stars of the porn industry make appearances.
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Ron Jeremy
as Ron Jeremy
Andy Dick
as Andy Dick
Brian Berke
as Brian Pickles

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While not a complete waste of film, there are some pretty nude ladies in it after all, it is not much more than a vanity piece for the writer/director, Brian Berke. Ron Jeremy, a well known porn star, has his body possessed by a bunch of guys who live in their mother's basements, one at a time, which disrupts his livelihood both personally and professionally. The possession last until Jeremy passes gas. If you find this concept funny, this is for you. There is no porn in this movie.

Don Schick
Don Schick

This movie sucks! This movie makes me not want to be ron jeremy. If i could i would give this movie -100%

Bo Stevenson
Bo Stevenson

Thank God this movie only lasts 40 minutes. It tries to create a satire on "Being John Malkovic", but it was not funny and in many parts seems like a awful homemade movie. You can find much better produced movies by unfamous people on youtube.

Bruno Lot
Bruno Lot

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