Mary Poppins Returns
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The first thing that a documentary about stand-up comedy ought to be is funny. Thankfully, I Am Comic succeeds handily on that count.
While offering a glimpse of stage routines, pic consists mostly of lively shop talk.
If you love standup comedy -- I mean, really love it -- then I Am Comic is a flawed must-see.
Watchable. Some parts are great but the edits are rough and a lot of these interviews lack originality and seem pretty scripted.
This documentary interviews highly-successful comedians like Jeff Foxworthy, and has-beens like Bobcat Goldthwaite. Every one of them is addicted to the jokes and the audiences, and continue to perform no matter what the conditions. The director is funny, and adds little captioned asides that are sometimes funnier than the material. I'm surprised at the reviews that claim this is hysterical. It's funny in spots, but mostly its just sad.
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