Thank You for Smoking
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  • Rated: R
  • Genre: Comedy, Drama
  • Year: 2005
English: Dolby Surround 5.1 / Spanish: Dolby Surround
English & Spanish / Subtitled


WARNING: Thank You For Smoking Ä“just might make you laugh your head off!Ä” (Maxim). Aaron Eckhart stars as Nick Naylor, a sexy, charismatic spin-doctor for Big Tobacco whoÄ’ll fight to protect AmericaÄ’s right to smoke -- even if it kills him -- while still remaining a role model for his 12-year old son. When he incurs the wrath of a senator (William H. Macy) bent on snuffing out cigarettes, NickÄ’s powers of Ä“filtering the truthÄ” will be put to the test. As Nick says, Ä“If you want an easy job, go work for the Red Cross.Ä” With a smokinÄ’ all-star cast that includes Rob Lowe, Maria Bello, Katie Holmes, Adam Brody and Robert Duvall, this Ä“fiendishly funnyÄ” (Good Morning America) comedy will prove seriously addictive.

Disc Information

*Director and Cast Commentary
*Deleted Scenes with Director Commentary
*"The Charlie Rose Show" Interview with Jason Reitman, Aaron Eckhart, Christopher Buckley and David O. Sacks
*The Making of "Thank You For Smoking" Featurette
*"America: Living in Spin" Featurette
*Poster, Art Dept and Storyboard Galleries
*Theatrical Trailer
*Soundtrack Spot

Cast & Crew

Aaron Eckhart ... Nick Naylor
Maria Bello ... Polly Bailey
Cameron Bright ... Joey Naylor
Adam Brody ... Jack
Sam Elliott ... Lorne Lutch
Katie Holmes ... Heather Holloway
David Koechner ... Bobby Jay Bliss


Roger Moore Orlando Sentinel | April 07, 2006

Deliciously nasty, naughty satire.

Amy Biancolli Houston Chronicle | March 31, 2006

Literate and smirky in its assault on liars and fools across the map.

Terry Lawson Detroit Free Press | March 31, 2006

To Reitman's credit, the director does not allow Thank You for Smoking to take the turn we would expect.

Robert Denerstein Denver Rocky Mountain News | March 31, 2006

Enjoyable not only because it shows the duplicity of spinning but because it allows its characters to revel in the joy they experience as contemporary con artists.

Chris Vognar Dallas Morning News | March 31, 2006

A fun, smart film. But you can't help but wish Thank You would bare its fangs a little more.

Colin Covert Minneapolis Star Tribune | March 30, 2006

To watch the film is to feel the delicious discomfort of being seduced by a devilish charmer.

Eleanor Ringel Gillespie Atlanta Journal-Constitution | March 30, 2006

A smart-aleck satire with something on its mind is always welcome.


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