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Jim Breuer: More Than Me (2010)

Not Rated | | Documentary, Comedy, Drama | TV Special
Actor/comedian Jim Breuer, best known from Saturday Night Live and the film Half Baked, set out in 2008 on his first stand-up tour in six years, taking his 84 year-old father along for the ... See full summary »

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Jim Breuer
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Actor/comedian Jim Breuer, best known from Saturday Night Live and the film Half Baked, set out in 2008 on his first stand-up tour in six years, taking his 84 year-old father along for the ride of his life. While struggling with the chores of caregiving and coming to terms with his father's mortality, Jim is determined to strengthen their relationship while on the road. Funny and raw, More Than Me is an intimate story of growing up and growing old. Written by Anonymous

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Not a comedy special.
17 October 2014 | by sdrywerSee all my reviews

Actually documentary doesn't contain stand up material pretty much at all. It's more about his almost 90yo dad he decides to drag on his stand up tour. 95% of documentary is him walking him slowly around, dressing and undressing him and gagging on him smelly dumps. His dad is old school dude who doesn't show any emotions or barely even speaks. Guess those long scenes them walking around and climbing stairs with tear jerking acoustic guitar soundtrack didn't really touch me at any level. What is the purpose of this documentary? Pointing out that people don't live forever, so send some time whit them before its too late and help them out? Guess that should be obvious to everyone. I got distant feeling this was bit self glorifying bit how he hangs with her dad even that he is rich and doesn't really need to.

In a nut cell I didn't get any laughs or tears out from this documentary even that I like the guy.


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