Going Berserk (1983)

Release Date: 06 June 2016 | Certificate: Suitable for 15 years and over
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Featuring one of John Candy’s earliest leading roles, Going Berserk is a laugh-out-loud comedy – part slapstick, part sharp wit – that’ll have you howling from the first scene till the credits roll. John Bourgignon couldn’t be happier. In a few weeks, the tubby limousine driver – played by Emmy award-winner John Candy – will walk down the aisle with Nancy Reese, a bombshell blonde with ties to big money. But Nancy’s father, a US congressman and presidential hopeful, can’t stand the idea of his daughter getting hitched up to a lowly chauffer. While trying to impress his father-in-law to be (Pat Hingle, of Splendor in the Grass and Norma Rae), happy-go-lucky John finds himself mixed up with the wrong crowd. As his wedding day looms ever closer, the bumbling, lovable driver is confronted with blackmail, brainwash, a murder plot, a jailbreak, a religious cult of aerobics instructors – the list goes on. With a little (not-so-helpful) assistance from his sleazy, filmdirector friend (Eugene Levy, National Lampoon’s Vacation ) and limo-driving sidekick (Joe Flaherty, Stripes, Happy Gilmore), John stumbles his way towards the altar, with plenty of side-splitting laughs to be had along the way.
Release Date: 06 June 2016
Certificate: 15 - Suitable for Persons Aged 15 or Over
SKU: 164461