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Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story
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Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story 2007


description written by member Zara:

The up-and-down-and-up-again story of musician Dewey Cox (John C. Reilly), whose songs would change a nation. On his rock 'n roll spiral, Cox sleeps with 411 women, marries three times, has 22 kids and 14 stepkids, stars in his own 70s TV show, collects friends ranging from Elvis to the Beatles to a chimp, and gets addicted to and then kicks every drug known to man... but despite it all, Cox grows into a national icon and eventually earns the love of a good woman longtime backup singer Darlene (Jenna Fischer).

Release Date:December 21st, 2007
Directed By:
No image existsJake Kasdan
Written By:
Judd ApatowJudd Apatow
No image existsJake Kasdan
Starring:
Paul RuddPaul Rudd
Jenna FischerJenna Fischer
Jason SchwartzmanJason Schwartzman
Jack BlackJack Black
Justin LongJustin Long
David KoechnerDavid Koechner
John C. ReillyJohn C. Reilly
Kristen WiigKristen Wiig
Harold RamisHarold Ramis
No image existsDavid Krumholtz
No image existsSimon Helberg
Ed HelmsEd Helms
John Michael HigginsJohn Michael Higgins
No image existsJerry Minor
No image existsAngela Little
Jack WhiteJack White
Tim MeadowsTim Meadows
Craig RobinsonCraig Robinson
No image existsDebra Ling
No image existsRaymond J. Barry
No image existsChris Parnell
No image existsSkyler Gisondo
No image existsAmy Ferguson
No image existsMatt Besser
No image existsLu Johnson
No image existsBrittany Madelynn Daniels
No image existsPaul Bates
No image existsWendy Worthington
No image existsEurydice Davis
Oscar DillonOscar Dillon
No image existsJay Bird
No image existsFranklin Ruehl
No image existsGeoffrey Gould
No image existsTerrence Beasor
No image existsAjla Hodzic
No image existsTyler Nilson
No image existsRon Fassler
No image existsPatrick J. Adams
No image existsNicolas Quartermoon Mandelstein
Amy MinderhoutAmy Minderhout
No image existsSarah Christine Pletcher
No image existsGeorge Anton
No image existsJohn Ennis
No image existsMonique La Barr
No image existsRian Bishop
No image existsLurie Poston
No image existsJohn D. Crawford
Amber HayAmber Hay
No image existsJennifer Lee Keyes
No image existsHannah Leigh Dworkin
No image existsShweta Thakur
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No image existsMary-Jessica Pitts
No image existsChayce Marnell
No image existsTyler Farrell
No image existsMonica Ford
No image existsChristopher Ausburn
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No image existsIsabella Cascarano
No image existsPorscha Coleman
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No image existsDawn Morrow
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No image existsChristopher Hurt
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No image existsChip Hormess
No image existsCatherine Elizabeth Buell
No image existsDawn Morrow
No image existsLauren Kelly
No image existsNicola Randolph
No image existsShavonne Burleigh
No image existsJennifer Novick
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Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story Movie Review by Movie Addict (10/28/2008)

I have only walked out on one film in my life. This almost became the second. It was that bad.

John C. Reilly has to be given credit for delivering the lines in this film with a straight face. I couldn't have done it.

The dialog was plain cringe inducing. Only a tweener boy would find the lines remotely funny. The only...

(complete Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story review by Movie Addict)


Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story Movie Review by Zara (5/4/2008)

This is a hard movie for me to rate. Let me just break down minuses and pluses.

Minuses:

There are a lot of offensive jokes which are just plain boring. I can understand that Apatow and his crew have started to try and create the level on which offensiveness is supposed to be embraced, but that's when it manages to be...

(complete Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story review by Zara)


Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story Movie Review by Andy (1/12/2008)

I went to see this movie with a couple friends. We've been quoting the trailer for weeks, so why not go see the movie?

Now, I wasn't expecting an Ingmar Bergman classic or anything, but this movie is just too stupid. I expected a decent level stupidity. I mean, this is a parody of films like Walk the Line and Ray. Most...

(complete Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story review by Andy)


Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story Movie Review by Matthew (1/4/2008)

"Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story" is being heavily touted as the brainchild of writer- producer Judd Apatow. After the success of "The 40 Year Old Virgin", "Knocked Up" and "Superbad", I would expect nothing less than a great comic look at the life of a fictional musician. "Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story", written by Apatow...

(complete Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story review by Matthew)


Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story Movie Review by Jarrod (12/26/2007)

'Walk Hard' parodies musical biopics, which always seem to cover the same trials and tribulations of famous artists, infidelity, drug addiction, and other such issues, almost without exception. Particularly, its primary sources of inspiration are Walk the Line and Ray. And it serves as a showcase for John C Reilly, in a...

(complete Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story review by Jarrod)

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