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Stephen Tobolowsky's Birthday Party (2005)

On his birthday, actor Stephen Tobolowsky shares a series of personal and professional stories.

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On his birthday, actor Stephen Tobolowsky shares a series of personal and professional stories.

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If you celebrate only one birthday this year... make sure it's Stephen Tobolowsky's


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An absolute joy!
3 January 2006 | by (Los Angeles, CA) – See all my reviews

I must admit I'm a sucker for a great raconteur. I truly enjoyed listening to Garrison Keillor and Jean Shepherd; they could hold my attention for days. But Stephen Tobolowsky's performance of his everyday stories in "Birthday Party" goes to the top my list.

The film creatively transitions from one true life tale to another, and you can't look away. Each narrative is more fascinating then its predecessor and makes you feel like you're sitting right there; at the party and Tobolowsky is telling the story just for you. It's the kind of movie you want to keep watching.

Be sure you see this film. I guarantee it'll make you laugh - and it might just also make you cry. That's the magic of an actor of Tobolowsky's stature. He can tell a great story; but best of all - he can make you feel.

Two thumbs up, Stephen. Fine Work!


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