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Sex, Drugs, Rock & Roll (1991)

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Performance artist/comedian Bogosian brings to hilarious life 10 separate oddball characters in a one-man-show. This profane, smart, crisply edited film will have you screaming for more.

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Performance artist/comedian Bogosian brings to hilarious life 10 separate oddball characters in a one-man-show. This profane, smart, crisply edited film will have you screaming for more.

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Rated R for strong language, and for drug and sex related dialogue
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Great Great Great
20 February 2003 | by See all my reviews

Okay, maybe not that great...heh-heh, just kidding. I purchased the CD of this one man show before the movie came out and the movie is every bit as good as the recording.

For some odd reason, the filmmakers left out the monologue X-Blow and included one not on the CD about a deranged guy freaking out about the rat crawling in the walls of his apartment. But the video release puts the X-Blow footage back in, where it damn well belongs!

Eric Bogosian is a bit of a doom and gloom leftist at times but he's an amazing performer and knock you on your ass funny. I heard he is thinking of hanging up his hat and not doing anymore one man shows. He'll be missed by this cat!


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