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Curb Your Enthusiasm: The Complete Fourth Season
Curb Your Enthusiasm The Complete Fourth Season
Actors: Larry David, Cheryl Hines, Jeff Garlin, Charles de Bernier, Susie Essman
Directors: Bryan Gordon, Larry Charles, Robert B. Weide
Genres: Comedy, Television
UR     2005     5hr 30min

Larry David lives a charmed life-an understanding wife, famous friends, a supportive manager and an angelic singing voice so what's his problem? See Larry buy medical marijuana, take a hooker to a baseball game, steal a go...  more »

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Actors: Larry David, Cheryl Hines, Jeff Garlin, Charles de Bernier, Susie Essman
Directors: Bryan Gordon, Larry Charles, Robert B. Weide
Creators: Larry David, Jeff Garlin, Ellin Baumel, Erin O'Malley, Gavin Polone
Genres: Comedy, Television
Sub-Genres: Mel Brooks, Mel Brooks, Comedy
Studio: Hbo Home Video
Format: DVD - Color - Closed-captioned,Dubbed,Subtitled
DVD Release Date: 08/30/2005
Original Release Date: 10/15/2000
Theatrical Release Date: 01/01/2002
Release Year: 2005
Run Time: 5hr 30min
Screens: Color
Number of Discs: 2
SwapaDVD Credits: 2
Total Copies: 6
Members Wishing: 0
MPAA Rating: Unrated
Languages: English, French
Subtitles: English, Spanish, French

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Movie Reviews

My favorite season so far!
G. A SENDEROFF | North Miami Beach, FL | 08/14/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Gotta love HBO and Curb! This season brings back the best Democrat, LARRY DAVID and he does not disappoint! My favorite episode is "The Car Pool Lane" where all hell breaks loose when Larry wants to use a hooker for the car pool lane to beat that I-405 Los Angeles traffic. The actress that plays the character of the prostitute does a hilarious job in this episode. It is also endearing to see Anne Bancroft in one of her last performances before she died. [...]

Oh, and get this dvd!"
Season 4..finally!
Richard Kaplan | Bloomsburg, Pa United States | 06/15/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)

"A lot of people pointed out the quality of "Curb" went downhill in the fourth season. I disagree. The "Producers" storyline with Ben Stiller and then David Schwimmer was just as great as the first three with some hilarious episodes. I read there are no extras in the set. A shame--so much could have been included, and the price is a bit steep considering there were only ten episodes. I got the first couple of seasons for $20,but the show is such a gem I suppose it is worth paying a little more..but it would have been nice to have those extras in there.ala Seinfeld."
Best Show on TV
Nathan | USA | 07/07/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Larry David does it again...another great season! I have heard a lot of people complain that there are only 10 episodes and therefore the price is steep. I do have to disagree. You really get what you pay for. In my opinion, I'd rather have 10 excellent episodes (each worth watching again and again) versus 30 crappy episodes of something that I don't even want to watch one time. So far I have watched the episodes from the first three seasons at least 5 times. There is no other TV series I own on DVD that I want to watch over and over again. So I feel my money was very well spent. I hope Larry keeps making Curb, for many more seasons."
Justs gets funnier all the time!!
RMurray847 | Albuquerque, NM United States | 09/13/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)

"If you're new to CURB YOUR ENTHUSIASM, don't start with Season 4, unless it happens to fall in your lap. Try to start from the beginning. There is actually a subtle progression to the show. Each episode contains both "self-contained" stories, and ongoing issues that develop from show to show, and sometimes from season to season.

But I'm assuming that if you're looking at Season 4, you're already interested in or familiar with CYE. Season 4 is a laugh-riot. I think the season now has the perfect blend of Larry David, the unfortunate victim of circumstance and Larry David, the jerk who brings bad things on himself.

On one hand, Larry tries to be a nice guy. He always seems to enjoy the company of children, for a genuine way. He'll sit down with them and play their games and talk to them like they're actually interesting. To him, there's no one who isn't worth talking with and trying to be friendly with. This is an admirable trait...which always gets him in trouble. On the other hand, Larry never knows when to quit. He'll start on a subject (for example, he begins to suggesting possible "oriental-sounding" names to a secretary who is getting ready to adopt a child), and his riff becomes more and more inappropriate and the signals from the woman become easier and easier to notice, but he blithely rambles on...making an enemy whose disgust WILL come back to bite him.

Often, Larry David is categorized as a misanthrope. To me that's far too easy. What I like about him is that he can go from charming and amusing and genuinely concerned about something (his interactions with his wife, for example) to an overbearing, overopinionated jerk in about two seconds flat. We see him crossing the line, but he never sees it himself. He thinks his complaints or questions are perfectly reasonable. (There's a great scene where he is waiting in a doctor's exam room for the Dr. to he uses the phone in the room. Doctor [brilliantly under-played by Phillip Baker Hall] explains that the phone is not for a patient's use. David just keeps insisting on knowing why. He tries at one point to restrain himself...but he just can't help it...he's obsessed with getting an explanation!).

The big story of the season is Larry being hired by Mel Brooks to take the lead in THE PRODUCERS on Broadway. It's a bit of a stretch to believe Mel would make such a choice, but if you buy're in for a real treat! Ben Stiller appears in several early episodes and is very funny doing his "slow-burn" schtick. The show has always been great for letting its guest-stars playing themselves turn their whole images upside-down.

It's unfortunate that a typical CYE season only has 10 episodes...but heck, each one packs the laughs of 3 or 4 typical sitcoms into it, so from an entertainment standpoint, you can't beat this show. Every episode makes me laugh out-loud many, many times.

By the way, in case you don't know...these shows ARE NOT FOR KIDS!!! They contain very frank (and funny) language and situations. Strictly for adults. But highly recommended too!!