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This is actually a documentary about the comedians in the Wild West Show, not a straight video of the show, though there are plenty of clips. It was a really insightful look into the background of the stand-up comedians, life on the road, challenges of performing every night, and the interesting people they met along the way. Worth watching just for Justin Long's impression of Vaughn in Swingers.
after seeing this, I never, ever, want to see Vince Vaughn - or any of his buddies - live on stage doing standup.... ever. the comedy was horrible in this film, and the only real good joke is how bad they all were. when it gets into their lives and what kind of people they are, I found myself not caring.
Pretty good show/documentary into brotherhood of comedy circuit travelers. Vince Vaughn doesnt do much of the comedy nor monopolize camera time but since hes the biggest star, he headlines it. Good movie to introduce 4-5 new comedians I would have never noticed until now. This documentary took place the year of Katrina so the latter half of the trip was cut and substitute cities were put in. I didnt count the entire city trail but I guess I'll trust them on the 30 shows in 30 days. Comedians... genuises.
Thought it was really good and the comedian were all really funny. I think Bret Ernst had some of the best material some of the stuff about him at the nightclubs was gun as and spot on. Justin Long was always good just popping up doing shit and Vince was really cool.
s a documentary, this movie kind of works. The best scenes are the ones that show the comedians backstage reacting to their performances of the night. The comedians themselves are a bunch of about to bes who have a hit and miss ratio of about half. Still, the movie turned out to be entertaining. Nothing that will change your top ten list, but you will have fun while it lasts.