A ridiculously stellar assembly of comedians (from Seinfeld's Jason Alexander to Chris Rock to Bob Sagat) compete to spin the most taboo-busting variations on the same joke - a classic backstage funny about the filthiest family act in show business. Hosted by the not so funny Penn & Teller.
The documentary - renowned for being disgusting, at times offensive, and very funny - also interviews this list of legends to deconstruct the joke, as well analyze the nature of performing comedy.
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Best you like feral potty language and inapropriate acts (which I do) before you trott of to see this.
Moments of knicker wetting hillarity, but many moments of ok.. give it a rest dull now..
Though a couple of moments one in particular had me and my friend on the cinema floor snorting.. (no I am not kidding)
Great film to take your Mum to, NOT.. well maybe.. as that... More would be funnyHide
If there was minus star rating I would give it.
I didnt find this 'doco' funny in the slighest. The 'comedians' were obviously trying to be shocking - I found it (if you excuse the pun) shite.
Perhaps it t better after the first 15 minutes when I walked out?? I very much doubt it.
Sorry to say there was no knicker wetting moments for me : (
(I'll leave it there! ; )