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Gilbert Gottfried leaves Bill and Wendy cracking up!

He’s back! Bill and Wendy are joined in the studio by their pal, the very funny Gilbert Gottfried! They talk about the new documentary about him, ‘Life, Animated’, his family life, he shares his Norm Macdonald impression, and much more. 62 more words

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Hot Docs 2017: Gilbert, School Life, Rivolta, Rumble: The Indians Who Rocked the World

Over at In the Seats, I continued my Hot Docs coverage with reviews of Gilbert, School Life, Rivolta and Rumble: The Indians Who Rocked the World… 240 more words

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Amy Schumer's Leather Special #Netflix

Amy Schumer dropped her Netflix one-hour special, and it’s a flaming pile of junk.

Let’s start off with the title and look: Leather. She jokes about how terrible she looks in it, and she isn’t kidding. 376 more words

Review

Can We Take a Joke? (2015)

D: Ted Balaker / 75m

Narrator: Christina Pazsitzky

With: Jim Norton, Lisa Lampanelli, Gilbert Gottfried, Karith Foster, Penn Jillette, Heather McDonald, Christopher Lee, Noam Dworman, Greg Lukianoff, Jonathan Rauch, Adam Carolla, Jon Ronson… 1,288 more words

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Terror, teen sex and tofu: Author Mike "McBeardo" McPadden (Heavy Metal Movies)

This week, it’s a trip for vegan food at Ground Control (3315 W. Armitage) with peerless author Mike “McBeardo” McPadden (Heavy Metal Movies). Mike’s always been one of my favorite guests; he has a shocking depth of knowledge about horror and metal. 73 more words

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THE LAST LAUGH (2017, doc)

 Greetings again from the darkness. The best comedy often touches a nerve. Jokes can make us feel uncomfortable and even a bit embarrassed for laughing. Although the best comedians are traditionally those who attack the politically correct world we live in, there are certain topics that remain taboo even to the bravest comedians: child molesting, rape, AIDS, 9/11, and the Holocaust. 381 more words

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The Last Laugh

Directed by Ferne Pearlstein

No one has the right to declare something funny or unfunny; it is all a matter of personal taste. One would think something as simple as comedy would not be such a hot topic but it is. 923 more words

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