When seasoned comedian George Simmons learns of his terminal, inoperable health condition, his desire to form a genuine friendship cause him to take a relatively green performer under his wing as his opening act.
When Jack goes up and writes something on the board for Dr. Primkin at the end of the film, he underlines it. In the next shot it is not underlined. See more »
[Discussing Barbi's scripts]
I read them on the shitter.
Well I was on the shitter, taking a shit, when I read your scripts. I just thought it was appropriate.
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I really loved this movie. It's light although touching, it's funny but also sad, its comedy and drama, all at the same time. This gives me a rare opportunity to see a "feel good movie" that touches and fills me with spontaneous laughs. I don't like comedy's much, they often seem too easy to predict, and you know you are suppose to laugh. In this movie it comes naturally.
The acting was good, not magical, although the teacher was phenomenal as always.
See this movie and forget your worries for an hour and a half.
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