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The Comedians of Comedy (2005)

Follow four comedians as they tour the States.

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Follow four comedians as they tour the States.

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Zach Galifianakis: I don't mean to be gross, but the only time it's ok to say, 'I have diarrhea,' is when you're playing Scrabble....... because it's worth a shitload of points.
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Not a movie everyone will understand, but for those of us Off-Edge personalities, this movie is so mega funny!
21 December 2005 | by (Tennessee) – See all my reviews

This movie is insanely funny! This group of Comedians/Friends get along with each other just like I get along with my friends. The humor is blue, just not stupid. It may take a few rewinds to fully understand the jokes but once you understand there true meaning, you will then rewind it just to laugh over and over again at the cleaver humor. This movie just hits home with me, because my friends and I poke fun at each other on what would otherwise be considered sensitive subjects. But over time we have all learned how far we can take a joke before it is no longer funny, but more aggressive in nature. So this movie just proves to me that others can learn how to make, making fun of a friend an art form. It just takes time. All of these comedians have almost completely different comedic styles, but they fit so well together as a touring act.

If you are into the whole None-Politically correct type of humor, then this movie is for you.

Oh and Patton, I feel your pain when it comes to the whole George bush stance on really anything. I just don't think most people see how he is dividing the whole country based on Out-Dated-Religious-Ideals. He cares more about aborted babies then he does about the abandoned ones. And he cares more about the whole gay marriage issue, then the fact that they are born that way and deserve the right to be happily married. But I imagine if the tables were turned and he was told being with a woman is a sin against god, he would fight to be with a woman. Seeing as that is the way he was born.

But like the Green Day song goes I don't want to be an America idiot, just part of a Redneck agenda.

Maybe George bush and his most devoted fan Bill O' Reilly will fight to get married. What goes around, comes around.


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