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Can a joke stand up to repeated tellings? Hilarious and revealing of the way comedy works, The Aristocrats demonstrates that it's possible.
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The first feel-good movie made out of fecal matter.
This all-star open-mike night loses its luster before its own loud laughter dies down.
With a showman's respect for the power of the build-up, Provenza touts his product thoroughly before unveiling it.
... The Aristocrats proves that sometimes you don't have to be a great filmmaker to make a great documentary.
Within a single joke, The Aristocrats unlocks an entire universe of comedy.
What the film really reveals is the role of the comedian in society and the craftsmanship of joke-writing and joke delivery.
A joyful film, full of men and women alight with the pleasure that comes from negating every compliment civilization has ever paid itself.
A very funny and entertaining simple documentary
A plethora of comedians discuss and tell their own inspired rendition of "the dirtiest joke in the world" in a contagiously funny documentary that symptomatically gives context to the lasting influence of vaudeville humor.
Each take on the gag reveals a different facet of comic technique.
Its very about-itself unimportance is what makes it a liberating experience for its own sake.
A tedious dud that sparks once or twice with big laughs
Unspeakably foul. But oh-so-hilarious.
Really funny. A story about a old joke with black humor.
No Nudity No Violence Unspeakable Obscenity, 100 Comedians but one Very Dirty Joke
Bob Saget is naaaasty. I like how this movie balances the different renditions of the joke to speculations on the joke's significance and ulterior meaning. The Aristocrats never gets old.
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