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David Cross: Let America Laugh (2003)

Video  -  Comedy | Documentary  -  4 November 2003 (USA)
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The titles of all the segments on this DVD ("This Was Your Life", "Is There Another Christ?", "Gomez Is Coming", etc.) are all the names of Evangelical Christian comic book tracts written by Jack T. Chick and published Chick Publications. See more »

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White T-shirt sleeve and part crewmember's arm on right side of screen in shot of David's wife, daughter and boss about to laugh. See more »

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Stand up ain't his thing
18 July 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I like David Cross in his sketches and different programs, i.e. "Todd Margaret", "Arrested" etc. So with anticipation I rented this film documentary about one of his stand up tours in America. I hoped to gain some insight into Cross as a comedian doing stand up. The movie doesn't reveal anything really funny in his routine. In fact, he didn't really seem like a comedian, but a social commentator. There were several battles with hecklers, which took away from the stand up routine, and occupied much of the movie. I would have rather seen some of his material. There is some boring, repetitive content such as the extended street scenes of passers-by outside his show taken by a "replacement cameraman" who didn't understand his job. Then there is time wasted showing a CD signing event in Los Angeles that has no real purpose in being so long. (plus much of it is time-lapsed photography of the line at the event.) In short, this documentary movie might be important to Cross and his crew, but it doesn't really offer anything interesting, or humorous. Cross comes off as good-natured despite many drunk, obnoxious crowds, and this does demonstrate the ugly side of stand up comedy. Other than that, its just video of Cross and his crew and their observations of drunks and crowds. This documentary is like filming one of your own road trips with friends to another college campus------ Its interesting to you, but it has no real value to anyone else who isn't part of the crew.


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