#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – A group of stand-up comics, comedic actors and comedic filmmakers are individually interviewed about different aspects of the profession especially as it relates to their personal life. The topics of questions and answers include: the relationship with their parents with regard to their comedy; why they chose what is a natural kid’s path of wanting attention as a career; when and/or how they discovered how comedy really works; the rush or high of performing; the need for public adoration; the comics that they admired early in their career and what material they may have stolen from other comics; when they knew their comedy had matured to professional status; the feeling of bombing; the relationship with peers, especially in comparison to relationships with non-comics; and the process of putting in the countless hours. The ultimate question placed to them is do you have to be miserable to be funny?
Plot: Over fifty very famous American and Canadian funny people (filmmakers, writers, actors and comedians) share life and professional journeys and insights, in an effort to shed light on the thesis: Do you have to be miserable to be funny?
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Indeed, this was a poor display of good comedians with the exception of Whoopi, Tom, Larry, and one or two others. I find this docu-mockery an exclusion of great comedians and shameful. I didn’t care for it. The late great Richard Pryor was mentioned in a story about assault/womanizing in a flippant way. I still don’t know why freddie prinze jr (why was he even in the damn thing?) told the story about Pryor — it only felt like he wanted to uplift his father’s memory and downgrade Pryor’s as the comedian who got his ass kicked. It just wasn’t funny!
I agree with other disappointed commenters that the lack of diversity/minority is apparent and terrible. And, to add insult to injury, Amy Schumer who I think is the least funny person was included to tell a story about her narcissism. News flash Amy! We already knew that most actors/comedians are narcissistic — otherwise they wouldn’t have made it on their mediocre talents like you and that Jennifer law-whats her face.
I love a good laugh but this docu-mockery of comedians was more misery with less comedy. You were warned.
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Was pleasantly surprised with this. It’s a simple one-on-one Q&A format, but cleverly cutting out the questions and the person asking them. You get to hear what comedians were like as kids, if people in their family were funny or if they were considered funny, how they first got into comedy, how their first gigs were, what their worst moments on stage were, and more; culminating in the eponymous question.
I started to list who I could remember being interviewed then realised it’s a ridiculous number so please see the “cast” list for details. Needless to say it’s a huge and varied list, and I think that’s what makes this so good – so many soundbites from so many great comedians. And I wonder if anyone but Kevin Pollak with his connections could’ve pulled that off?
A couple of clips were taken from the Kevin Pollak Chatshow – e.g. Tom Hanks, Larry David – but that’s just fine as they were talking about the same subject so it fits in perfectly well.
I truly think anyone who considers themselves a fan of comedy should watch this – it really offers some unique and intriguing insights into the minds behind the voices behind the mic stands.
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 34 min (94 min)
Genre Documentary, Comedy
Director Kevin Pollak
Writer Kevin Pollak, John Vorhaus
Actors Amy Schumer, James L. Brooks, Judd Apatow
Country United States
Awards 1 nomination
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