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Curated Lists 2021


Dying Laughing: What it Takes to be a Stand-Up Comedian (2017)

Featuring Chris Rock, Jerry Seinfeld, Amy Schumer, Kevin Hart, Bob Saget, Jamie Foxx, Sarah Silverman, Jerry Lewis, Steve Coogan, Bobby Lee, & the late Garry Shandling, DYING LAUGHING is a candid look inside the agony and ecstasy of making people laugh for a living. A stand-up comedian must be the writer, the director, and the star performer. There is no rehearsal, no practice, and no safety net when you're in front of a live audience. (1hr 27mins)

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Harmontown (2014)

A documentary film starring TV writer and producer Dan Harmon (Community, Rick and Morty) as he takes his popular podcast of the same name on a calamitous cross-country tour meeting fans and playing Dungeons and Dragons along the way. (1hr 41mins)

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Standing Up (2014)

Three unlikely aspiring stand-up comedians - an ultra-Orthodox Jew, a couchsurfing custodian, and a personal injury lawyer - risk everything to find their voices on the cutthroat New York comedy scene. (1hr 16mins)

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Can we Take a Joke (2016)

In the age of social media, nearly every day brings a new eruption of outrage. While people have always found something to be offended by, their ability to organize a groundswell of opposition to - and public censure of - their offender has never been more powerful. Today, we're all one clumsy joke away from public ruin. (1hr 14mins)

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The Bill Murray Stories (2018)

This documentary follows one man's journey to find meaning in Bill Murray's many unexpected adventures with everyday people. Featuring rare and never-before seen footage of the comedic icon participating in stories previously presumed to be urban legend. (1hr 11mins)

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The Last Laugh (2016)

Through these interviews and clips from our favorite standup comedy, TV shows, and movies, THE LAST LAUGH offers fresh insights into the Holocaust, our own psyches, and what else--9/11, AIDS, racism--is or isn't off-limits in a society that prizes freedom of speech. In the process, THE LAST LAUGH also disproves the idea that there is nothing left to say about the Holocaust, and opens a fresh avenue for approaching this epochal tragedy. (1hr 28mins)

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