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Wild West Comedy Show: 30 Days & 30 Nights - Hollywood to the Heartland (2006)

In this documentary, the show's emcee, Vince Vaughn, and four stand-up comedians hand-picked by Vaughn, travel the country and perform in 30 cities. This film documents the interactions on and off stage along the way.

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On September 12, 2005 in Hollywood, California, Vince Vaughn took the stage at the Music Box Theater in Hollywood, California and began a comedy tour featuring four stand-up comedians. In the spirit of the old west variety shows, Vaughn played host to the ensemble of comedians and performed improvisational sketches with surprise celebrity and musical guests. The film chronicles the journey of Vaughn and the comedians as travel over 6,000 miles and perform 30 shows in 30 consecutive nights in cities across the nation. Through on-stage performances and behind-the-scenes interviews, the grass roots documentary breaks down each comedian's life-altering experiences and the personal and professional challenges that unite four comics, one movie star and fans from Hollywood to the Heartland. Written by Anonymous

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Rated R for pervasive language and some sex-related humor | See all certifications »
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8 February 2008 (USA)  »

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Box Office

Opening Weekend USA:

$464,170, 10 February 2008, Wide Release

Gross USA:

$603,564, 24 February 2008
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Sebastian Maniscalco: One day your name is up in lights and the next day it's on a nametag.
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References The Grapes of Wrath (1940) See more »

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Roll with the Changes
Written by Kevin Cronin
Performed by REO Speedwagon
Courtesy of Epic Records
By Arrangement with Sony BMG Music Entertainment
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This has to be BY FAR the unfunniest comedy tour film released to date
6 August 2010 | by See all my reviews

Although I tried to forget it, I remember actually paying to see this when it was first released. I also remember thinking to myself..."Maybe Vince actually got his hands on some pretty funny talent. THis looks like it could be fun!" Absolutely not. Worst assumption I could've possibly made was thinking this was actually going to be a "funny" experience for me. I hardly remembered the dragged out jokes that were in this film until i tried viewing it again the other night. I figured that maybe, just maybe i missed something the first time and since i was in the comfort of home it'd be a little better the next go around, but yet again...with another bad assumption I was WRONG. Save your time...save your money...because this film represents and is all that is wrong with the words: NOT FUNNY.


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