Porn Star: The Legend of Ron Jeremy offers audiences a penetrating look inside the world of Ron Jeremy, America's most unlikely sex star and hero to millions. With nearly 25 years in the adult film industry and over 1,600 films to his credit, Ron Jeremy is huge. In his world, Ron reigns supreme-he's made millions of dollars and slept with thousands of beautiful women, and is indisputably the industry's biggest star. And everyone who's anyone knows Ron-a pop icon to millions, he is a beacon of hope for many American male, since he stands as living proof that pretty much anyone can get some. So how did such a classically unhandsome, big and hairy guy ever get to be such a super stud? In one of the most fascinating and entertaining comedies of the last year, audiences finally get a chance to get inside the life and times of Ron Jeremy, and find out what's really behind the hardest working man in show business.Written by
That is the worst act in show business! He has no material, he has no presentation, he has no timing - forget it.
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Ron's mother was in the OSS in WWII and flew missions over Europe. See more »
Released on VHS and DVD in North America with two different titles. "Porn Star: The Legend of Ron Jeremy" is the original theatrical version and is full-length, uncut and unrated on VHS/DVD. The shortened title, "The Legend of Ron Jeremy" is on the R-rated cut of the film exclusive to home video and is 111 seconds shorter than the version with the full title. See more »
Devil Without a Cause
Written by Kid Rock (as R.J. Ritchie), Jalil Hutchins, Lawrence Smith, Too $hort (as Todd Anthony Shaw), Ken Olson, 'Matthew L. Shafer'
Performed by Kid Rock
Published by Warner-Tamerlane Publishing Corp., o/b/o itself, Thirty Two Mile Music, Cago Music (BMI), Zomba Songs Inc., o/b/o itself and Grand Music (BMI), Zomba Enterprises Inc. o/b/o itself and Funk Groove Music Publishing (ASCAP), Zomba Music Publishers Ltd. (admin. by Somba Enterprises Inc. for U.S. and Canada [ASCAP]), Buried Bone Music (BMI), courtesy of Warner-Tamerlane Publishing Corp., Zomba Songs Inc., Buried Bone Music (BMI) See more »
Ron Jeremy is the biggest (wink wink, nudge nudge) porn star in the world. With over 1600 adult films to his credit, Jeremy has been working in the adult film business for nearly a quarter of a century. One would expect a documentary about his life to be salacious sleazy stuff and while Porn Star does have elements of baseness (how could it not?) it chooses to focus on Ron Jeremy the man, not the movie stud. We learn that he holds a Master Degree in special education, and was once a teacher. All his friends talk about his legendary cheapness. Jeremy is very open in front of the camera, sometimes almost too much so. He can be a charming guy when he wants to, but there is an air of desperation that bleeds through his well constructed public persona. Director Scott J. Gill humanizes Jeremy and somehow makes you feel pity for a man who says he has slept with over 4000 women.
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