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The HammerOn his 40th birthday, chronic underachiever Jerry Ferro (Adam Carolla) loses his carpentry job and his girlfriend. Despite being out of shape, drinking too much, and scraping by working in construction, there is still chances for Ferro to come back to the ring and make his name.Keywords:
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Directors of "The Hammer"Charles Herman-WurmfeldBirthdate: 5 July 1966, USA
Creators of "The Hammer"Kevin HenchAdam CarollaBirthdate: 27 May 1964, Los Angeles, California, USA
Critic Reviews of "The Hammer"AV ClubOctober 05, 2011
Much of the film's charm comes from its scruffy, self-effacing modesty; it's a relaxed, affable underdog about a relaxed, affable underdog.Associated PressOctober 05, 2011
Yes, this comedy about a sad-sack, has-been boxer is painfully predictable and manages to include every cliche of the genre, but executive producer and star Adam Carolla keeps it rolling along with his trademark, deadpan rants.Ebert & RoeperMarch 24, 2008
I think it's a terrific little film.Seattle TimesMarch 21, 2008
Working with utterly predictable material, screenwriter Kevin Hench finds plenty of offbeat humor, and Carolla knows how to make it sing.San Francisco ChronicleMarch 21, 2008
I never would have guessed that Adam Carolla, the politically incorrect radio and TV personality, could hold his own in a movie, but here's The Hammer to prove me wrong.Newark Star-LedgerMarch 21, 2008
A nearly comatose comedy that spends its time just bum-stumbling along, never putting in the work necessary to land a solid joke or develop a winning character.Reno Gazette-JournalJune 06, 2013
The Hammer could have become a typically sappy sports flick, but [Adam Carolla] filled it with enough of his trademark humor to keep things fresh even with plotting that isn't groundbreaking."7M PicturesJune 03, 2013
For anyone in their late 30s and early 40s who has seen a great deal of their lives pass them by, this can be very relateable.Schmoes KnowJanuary 02, 2013
One of the films that should not fly under the radar of sports comedy fans, "The Hammer" is a surprising good time at the movies.CinematicalOctober 05, 2011
The Hammer is one of the year's nicest surprises.East Bay ExpressApril 28, 2011
Forget the 40 Year Old Virgin. How about the 40 Year Old Boxer with Self-Esteem Issues?
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