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Hollywood's Master Storytellers: The Aristocrats (2006)

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Filmmakers Paul Provenza and Penn Jillette (the louder, taller half of Penn & Teller) join friends Jason Alexander, Bob Saget, Sarah Silverman and Andy Dick as they talk about the making of... See full summary »

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Filmmakers Paul Provenza and Penn Jillette (the louder, taller half of Penn & Teller) join friends Jason Alexander, Bob Saget, Sarah Silverman and Andy Dick as they talk about the making of the hysterically vulgar documentary "The Aristocrats" Written by info@hollywoodsmasterstorytellers.com

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This film is absolutely disgusting. But, it is so disgusting, it is hilarious.
29 December 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This film is worth seeing just to watch all of your favorite comedians be absolutely filthy. You cannot imagine some of the stuff they say. And even as disgusting as it is, I defy you not to laugh. It is not such a stretch for comedians like George Carlin or Robin Williams or Billy Crystal to be off color, but Bob Saget will shock you! What would the Olson twins say?! It is worth a watch just to see the joke, which is the premise of the film, grow and grow and grow. And it is telling what goes through your own mind while watching others add to the joke. It would be best viewed with a group of friend after several drinks. You'll laugh yourself sick.


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