Patton Oswalt: No Reason to Complain (2005)





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Comedy headliner Patton Oswalt's uncensored live special was originally broadcast on Comedy Central and features his dark, sarcastic view of life. Taped in 2004 at John Jay College of Criminal Justice in New York, Oswalt's show, despite the title, reveals that the very vocal and liberal comedian has plenty to say. A popular and prolific comic, Oswalt has appeared on numerous TV shows, including "The King of Queens," "Seinfeld" and "NewsRadio."
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Patton Oswalt is hilarious. People actually have to be decently bright to get his humor. His story about his experience in Amsterdam was very good especially since he had to traverse carefully through the slippery slope of cracking on the Anne Frank house. I know that Oswalt is an acquired taste because I have met more than a few people who did not find him funny. Then again, I don't find Dane Cook funny, hilarious, or amusing so to each his own. I did not find Oswalt that great on sitcoms but his stand up routine is still very good and definitely worth seeing.

Christopher Staaf
Christopher Staaf

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