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Renaissance Man
Danny Devito and James Remar




Overview -
An unemployed advertising executive (Danny DeVito) takes a job teaching an underachieving class of Army recruits in this fish-out-of-water story. His radical tactics, though frowned on by the Army, help the students learn, and in turn the kids teach him a thing or two.

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Overview

An unemployed advertising executive (Danny DeVito) takes a job teaching an underachieving class of Army recruits in this fish-out-of-water story. His radical tactics, though frowned on by the Army, help the students learn, and in turn the kids teach him a thing or two.

Main Cast & Crew

Penny Marshall - Director
Danny DeVito
Gregory Hines
James Remar
Cliff Robertson
Lillo Brancato Jr.
Stacey Dash
Kadeem Hardison
Richard T. Jones
Khalil Kain
Peter Simmons

 

Details

DVD Format
  • Format: DVD
  • Run Time: 129
  • Color Format: Color
  • UPC: 786936209488
  • Genre: Comedy
  • Rating: PG-13 (MPAA)
  • Release Date: July 2003

Related Categories:
Movies > Comedies

Related Keywords:
Self-Discovery
Mishaps
Military
Theatrical Release

 

Movie Reviews

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Synopsis:
Bill Rago, an unemployed advertising exec, accepts a job teaching English to a group of crude, intelligence-free Army privates. Rago eventually converts them (using Shakespeare), and has a positive effect on their personal lives in the process.

Notes:
The film was shot at Fort Jackson in South Carolina where real soldiers were used as extras. Released in USA June 3, 1994. Dolby Recording. Shot in Technicolor. Copyright Cinergi Pictures Entertainment, Inc., Cinergi Production N.V., and Buena Vista Pictures Distribution, Inc.

Reviews:
"...RENAISSANCE MAN generates its share of laughs, and the filmmakers have done a terrific job of casting the eight recruits with fresh faces who bring the film an inordinate amount of energy..." - 05/30/1994 Variety


"...DeVito is remarkably good in the role....It seems to have touched something genuine in him....The result is his best screen work since Barry Levinson's TIN MEN..." - 06/03/1994 Los Angeles Times, p.F4

 

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