Self proclaimed comic genius, Travis Schwartz has three short weeks to prepare for his first ever stand up gig; a three hour "comedy extravaganza" he himself has dubbed "The Launch". Most ... See full summary »

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Travis Swartz ...
Travis Schwartz
Sara Bruner ...
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Nick Garcia ...
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Arthur Glen Hughes ...
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Matthew Clark ...
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Girl in Theater Lobby
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Used Car Buyer 1
Kevin Patrick Nielsen ...
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E.J. Pettinger ...
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Self proclaimed comic genius, Travis Schwartz has three short weeks to prepare for his first ever stand up gig; a three hour "comedy extravaganza" he himself has dubbed "The Launch". Most Funniest documents the often hilarious, sometimes painful journey of a used car salesman blindly grasping at his dream to be the worlds greatest comic. Written by Gregory Bayne

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He doesn't do comedy. He is comedy.

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20 March 2005 (USA)  »

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$15,000 (estimated)
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11 February 2006 | by (Bilbao, Spain) – See all my reviews

What happens when a "wannabean" is not a boy, but an adult, and this adult wants to work as talk show comedian? We have to join Travis in his challenge for success, despite all the people around him try to discourage him. The misunderstood genius of humour has to face the deadline of the show, which demands a screenplay development. His former wife, friends,coworkers or customers are witnesses of the tragedy of this man attempting to make funny jokes to include in his monologue. The way the film is shot makes you think about it as a fake documentary, true as life. And life sucks. Not everybody can be a genius, even good skilled. This comedy, laughs apart, makes you cry, feel compassion at least. It touches. And the best thing is that the budget was ridiculously short. It couldn't be better in this conditions. I hope it can be well distributed some day.


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