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Going Berserk (1983)

Going Berserk (1983)

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In this comedy, a stuffy congressman is dismayed when he discovers that his beloved daughter intends to marry limousine driver John Bourgignon (John Candy). While intending to put on a good show for his father-in-law to be, John is captured by some political opponents of the congressman. His capturers attempt to brainwash him into assassinating the congressmen, but things don't go exactly as planned. ~ Iotis Erlewine, Rovi

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Cast

John Candy
as John Bourgignon
Joe Flaherty
as Chick Leff
Eugene Levy
as Sal DiPasquale
Pat Hingle
as Ed Reese
Alley Mills
as Nancy Reese
Eve Brent Ashe
as Mrs. Reese
Elizabeth Kerr
as Grandmother Ashe
Paul Dooley
as Dr. Ted
Ron House
as Bruno
Ernie Hudson
as Muhammed
Murphy Dunne
as Public Defender
Dan Burrows
as Minister
Leeyan Granger
as Aerobics Dancer
Bill Saluga
as Skipper
Kathy Bendett
as News Reporter
Brenda Currin
as Sal's Secretary
Hope Haves
as Princess
John Paragon
as Rooster
Mimi Seton
as Pink Punker
Mike Moroff
as Biker Leader
Tino Insana
as Outside Biker
Ken Letner
as Bailiff
Rosalind Chato
as Kung Fu Girl
Jeff Imada
as Kung Fu Fighter
George Kee Cheung
as Kung Fu Fighter
James Lew
as Kung Fu Fighter
Eric Lee
as Kung Fu Fighter
Danny Wong
as Kung Fu Fighter
Karen Leigh Hopkins
as Aerobics Leader
Peter Wilcox
as Elvis Presley Lookalike
Aaron King
as Elvis Presley Lookalike
Sharon Peters
as Dolly Parton Lookalike
Archie Lang
as Man with Bag
Don Sherman
as Prisoner
Robert Bakanic
as Cameraman
Jeff Vida
as Usher
Elinor Donahue
as Margaret Anderson
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Audience Reviews for Going Berserk

Dull and formulaic, Going Berserk is an underwhelming comedy that's poorly made. The story follows a limo driver that is brain washed by a religious cult to become an assassin, but things don't go exactly as planned. The cast features some impressive comedic talent, such as John Candy, Eugene Levy, and Ernie Hudson, but they're poorly used. The story is also particularly bad; it just doesn't go anywhere and nothing pays off. Going Berserk is a pointless and uninspired film that only delivers occasional laughs.

Dann Michalski
Dann Michalski

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Not that great of a movie, especially for John Candy.

Sarah Prisbylla
Sarah Prisbylla

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