Aroview: Surprisingly cogent assessment of behaviour known as 'heckling', which extends beyond its normal definition as unsolicited feedback from crowd-members to examine the conduct of professional hecklers like film critics and internet bloggers.
Comedian/actor and critical punching-bag Jamie Kennedy braves himself through this flipside tour of the sometimes undignified world of stand-up comedians and public performers, of which trash movie director Uwe Boll provides a highlight - literally getting in the ring with his critics and offering a series of violent retorts. Indeed, a must-see for sensitive types (ie. everyone) who either writes or reads their own reviews.
Other talking heads include those of Louie Anderson, David "Elsewhere" Bernal, Craig Ferguson, Larry Flynt, Peter Guber, Jewel, George Lucas, Rod Lurie, Nicole Mandich, Drew Pinsky, Eli Roth, Joel Schumacher, Mike White, Harland Williams and Rob Zombie.
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2 stars (Good Try) these "comedians" would not survive in a British pub as a stand up act - the hardest school.rnthe pub heckler would be funnier than this lot.rnthe american comedian doesn't have the wit to cope with heckling and criticism.~tubbs