UHFThe story follows the shiftless day-dreamer George, who suddenly become the manager of a desperate UHF station. Beyond everyone's imagination, however, George does a good job in the new role and soon proves to be a programming genius. With all kinds of hilarious shows and wacky humors, he makes the ratings raise again and saves the station.Keywords:
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Directors of "UHF"Jay Levey
Creators of "UHF"'Weird Al' YankovicBirthdate: 23 October 1959, Downey, California, USAJay Levey
Critic Reviews of "UHF"Under the RadarNovember 22, 2014
The individual parts may be greater than the sum of the whole, but man, are those parts funny.The DissolveNovember 10, 2014
It's agreeably goofy, and it feels like something anyone could do, even if that's not the case.Cinema CrazedApril 30, 2012
Weird Al's film hasn't aged a bit...BrianOrndorf.comAugust 26, 2009
Has everything but the kitchen sink, and while it doesn't always hit the sweetest notes of inspiration, it maintains a lovable spiritedness and offers the odd gut-buster. And dumb guy humor. UHF has some of the best dumb guy humor around.sbs.isMarch 08, 2008
I liked it even after all those yearsKansas City KansanDecember 24, 2005
Forgettable Weird Al starrer...enUHF, please!Nolan's Pop Culture ReviewDecember 18, 2004
"Today, we're teaching poodles how to fly!" Michael Richards is hilarious.Mountain Xpress (Asheville, NC)November 22, 2004
Watchably amusing, nothing more.New TimesJune 24, 2004
If the idea of a Weird Al movie is anathema to you, just don't bother reading anything I write, ever.MovieholeApril 27, 2003
Weird Al again proves himself the king of skit, spoof and everything in betweenKalamazoo GazetteJanuary 05, 2003
Scattershot satireReel Film ReviewsSeptember 25, 2002
UHF is about as good as it gets when it comes to silly comedies.
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