Misery Loves Comedy

Misery Loves Comedy

By Kevin Pollak

  • Genre: Independent
  • Release Date: 2015-04-24
  • Advisory Rating: Unrated
  • Runtime: 1h 34min
  • Director: Kevin Pollak
  • Production Company: Heretic Films
  • Production Country: United States of America
  • iTunes Price: USD 9.99
  • iTunes Rent Price: USD 4.99
6/10
6
From 28 Ratings

Description

Are all comedians miserable? Kevin Pollak sits down with some of the most successful comics working today, including Tom Hanks, Jimmy Fallon, Amy Schumer and Judd Apatow, to learn about what drives comedians to be funny.

Reviews

  • Loved this!

    5
    By duff1201
    Excellent work K.P. and crew. Whoever rated this through Rotten Tomatoes didn't watch the same movie I just did. Excellent look behind the eyes of the human beings who go though the "misery" of life and turn into comedy gold. Thank you so much for this offering. Will definitely recommend to all I know!
  • A Must for comedy fans..

    5
    By Dread Pirate Rupert
    ..or anybody with a sense of humor. Very insightful, the storyline just grows. Mr Pollak had mentioned (in an interview on #Bennington ) that there were many more hours of material? Episode 2 Please Mr Pollak!! Kickstart that MF!! Bravo!!!!
  • Fantastic

    5
    By Jmccccc
    Every comedian at heart will truly get this film!
  • Very good look at comedy

    5
    By Roofus72
    This was outstanding. I heard about this from Kevin Pollak's interview on the Anthony Cumia Show and am glad I bought it.
  • Comedy as a way of life

    5
    By AGJett
    Kevin Pollak has done almost everything in show business; stand up,acting, podcasting and now directing. This is a great,insightful look at comics and just funny people who have spent their lives trying to get people laugh. It is much more than just a survey look ; it offers some really touching observations of what makes the comics who and what they are and is a must for anyone who enjoys understanding the human condition.
  • Great

    5
    By Mr Edwards
    Great insight into comedy

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