DirectorDavid Steinberg Initial DVD releaseAugust 3, 2010 Duration CountryUnited States
WriterDavid Steinberg, Dana Olsen Release dateOctober 28, 1983 (1983-10-28) CastJohn Candy (John Bourgignon), Joe Flaherty (Chick Leff), Eugene Levy (Sal DiPasquale), Alley Mills (Nancy Reese), Pat Hingle (Ed Reese), Ann Bronston (Patti Reese) Similar moviesThe Wolf of Wall Street, The King's Speech, The Kid, Bridesmaids, Hot Bubblegum, Good Morning, Vietnam
Going berserk green band trailer 1983
Going Berserk is a 1983 comedy film starring John Candy, Joe Flaherty, and Eugene Levy and directed by David Steinberg.
John Bourgignon (Candy) is an amiable chauffeur and would-be drummer who is engaged to the daughter (Mills) of an extremely disapproving United States congressman (Hingle). As the wedding date approaches, Bourgignon's sleazy film-director friend (Levy) blackmails the senator into allowing him to record the ceremony, while Bourgignon runs afoul of a motorcycle gang and later finds himself kicked out onto the nighttime city streets while handcuffed to a dead man (Hudson). Worst of all, a local aerobics studio has become the front for an inept religious cult which has targeted the senator for assassination, and attempts to drug and brainwash Bourgignon into killing his future father-in-law during the wedding ceremony. In the end, with the questionable help of his even more hapless friend (Flaherty), Bourgignon more or less saves the day, and more or less lives happily ever after.