Bernie jack black review
Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Bernie at JUARAPOKER.WEBSITE Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users. Jack Black (Bernie). Reuniting Jack Black with director This desire of Linklater's to question the boundaries of morality both situate Bernie as a black comedy and compliment the 89%. May 16, · I would buy a used coffin from this man. In Richard Linklater's droll comedy "Bernie," Jack Black plays an east Texas funeral director named Bernie Tiede, and it is surely one of the performances of the year/5.
Black is a larger-than-life character, which works well in his comedic performances, but here he turns everything right down to make Bernie a very still, sweet and likeable man. Retrieved April 18, Don Leggett Brandon Smith Bernie arrives into this often histrionic little sub-genre much like its main character: Millennium Entertainment released the film on April 27, Has its moments, but mostly I was bored or distracted watching this one. Bernie, on the other hand, is a film which puts you with its characters in fairly inviting surroundings.
Bernie – review
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We meet Bernie Tiede , a chubby undertaker, who takes pride in his work. He's a Gospel-singing tenor. In a series of interviews with townspeople, mixed with flashbacks, we follow Bernie: Among those interviewed, only her stockbroker and Danny Buck, the local district attorney, are unsympathetic toward the sunny, sometimes saccharine Bernie.
Marjorie changes from sour and alone to happy with Bernie; then she gets possessive. What will sweet Bernie do? Bernie Don't you hate it when you see a funny movie and think at the end, wow, that could have been so much funnier? This movie really is funny, and Jack Black is kind of brilliant at being this man who has incredible generosity and a quirky kind of social skill to be everyone's favorite. And who ends up taking care of the richest woman in town, getting his name on her will, and so on, as you can guess.
To get the gags and to give a sense of documentary reality, clips of interviews with colorful townsfolk of all types are shown, and they are some of the funniest moments. When these same people are shown again and again there is a sense of welcome familiarity--an update on things from a known face--but also a sameness to the movie. It falls into a pattern.
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Bernie is a American black comedy film directed by Richard Linklater , and written by Linklater and Skip Hollandsworth. It is based on a Texas Monthly magazine article by Hollandsworth, "Midnight in the Garden of East Texas,"  that chronicles the murder of year-old millionaire Marjorie Nugent in Carthage, Texas by her year-old companion,  Bernhardt "Bernie" Tiede.
Tiede proved so highly regarded in Carthage that, in spite of having confessed to the police, the district attorney was eventually forced to request a rare prosecutorial change of venue in order to secure a fair trial. The film went on to receive critical acclaim for its direction, accuracy to the real-life event, "Town Gossips" element, and particular praise for Jack Black's portrayal of Tiede, with many calling it his best performance to date.
In small-town Carthage, Texas in , local assistant mortician Bernie Tiede , a beloved member of the community, becomes the only friend of the wealthy, recently widowed Marjorie Nugent, who is widely considered cold and unpleasant by the other townsfolk. Tiede, in his late 30s, and the elderly Nugent quickly become inseparable, frequently traveling and lunching together, though Tiede's social life becomes hindered by Nugent's constant and sometimes abusive need for his attention.
Tiede murders Nugent after growing weary of the emotional toll of her possessiveness, persistent nagging, and non-stop putdowns. For nine months, Tiede takes advantage of her poor reputation to excuse her absence with few questions while using her money to support local businesses and neighbors. Finally, Nugent's stockbroker uses Tiede's neglect of previously agreed upon payments to enlist the help of her estranged family.
This results in an authorized police search of her house that concludes with the discovery of Nugent's corpse in a freezer chest. The local district attorney , Danny Buck Davidson, charges Tiede with first-degree premeditated murder.
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