For #65 of the #DLMChallenge #365moviesin365days on April 17th I watched: The Comedians of Comedy.
Was a comedy documentary about comedians even funny?
The short answer is: Yes. (Now, I’m sure you’ll skip the rest of this text and go right to the IMDb links). The Comedians of Comedy is one of the funnier documentary films of as late. It was great seeing these four hilarious comedians right before they hit it big.
Comedians is a great look into the day to day life of a comedian on the road, (much like Doug Benson’s film, The Greatest Movie Ever Rolled.
Cinematographer: Brandon Hickman (Super High Me)
Written by: Zach Galifianakis (Between Two Ferns with Zach Galifianakis)
Brian Posehn (Deadpool [Comic Series])
Maria Bamford (The Martin Short Show)
Patton Oswalt (MADtv)
Directed by: Michael Blieden (Sex&Drugs&Rock&Roll)
Zach Galifianakis (Keeping Up with the Joneses)
Brian Posehn (Uncle Nick)
Maria Bamford (CatDog, Arrested Development)
Patton Oswalt (Rataouille)
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