In spring 2002, six of the best stand-up comedians join forces under the name >Den aegte vare<. The goal was to show the audience six different styles in stand- uppens original form - total purged of "loaned" jokes and song .
Three "nisser" (Hansi, Fritz and Günter) have to save the "gammelnisse" whom is dying. The only way to do so is to find a key to "gammlenisse's" music box in an old "nissehule" to rewind it... See full summary »
This is by all means a very entertaining stand-up show with pretty good performances from nearly all.
There are a few who do exceptional jobs. Mick Øgendahl is very funny and keeps the audience laughing during his entire show. Uffe Holm is also very funny because he crosses the line at many times and surprises because of this. Mikael Wulff is equally funny but that is simply because he is the complete opposite of what you expect from a stand-up comedian. He speaks slowly and doesn't move around a lot and is basically pretty static. Anders "Anden" Matthesen is always funny even though his performance is mostly based on the song he sings.
There are people, however, who are so seriously unfunny it's embarrassing. Sebastian Dorset is extremely unfunny. His jokes are poor, his on-stage presence is poor and his timing is extremely poor. But he pales in comparison to the most unfunny out of the entire lot, Geo. He spends his five minutes acting like a freak, which can be funny if it is done right but the way Geo does it seems more like an insult to the audience because he is basing his comedy on being weird not on funny jokes.
All in all 8 out of 10
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