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|Vince Vaughn's Wild West Comedy Show 30 Days 30 Nights - Hollywood to the Heartland|
Actor: Vince Vaughn
Hit the road with Vince Vaughn as he takes on America s heartland with the wildest comedy tour of all time. Friends like Justin Long Jon Favreau and Dwight Yoakam join Vince and four of today s brightest comics for a 30-ci... more »
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Heather F. (8izenuff) from PHOENIX, AZ
Reviewed on 9/12/2009...
Yes, you are going to want to see this! You will laugh and then you can pass it on, not a keeper.
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Traveling Comedic Reality Show
John J. Petersen | Pompton Plains, NJ USA | 06/06/2008
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This is a movie documenting Vince Vaughn's Comedy Show as they travel through the heart of America. Vaughn hand-picked 4 relative unknowns from the Comedy Shop in L.A. It plays out as more of a reality show, albeit a very funny show at that. At times the comedians show their inexperience as they let a few unruly fans shake their nerves; behind the scenes Vince will calm their nerves and give advice. As the tour moves on the comedians gain more experience and their confidence grows. Their are numerous entertainers (mostly actors from some of Vaughn's movies) who irregularly travel with the Show. But the focus remains on Vaughn & his 4 comedians.
A funny and entertaining documentary."
T. Mcfarland | the woodlands, tx | 04/17/2008
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This movie unfortunately was not marketed correctly, and not really given a chance in the theaters...but take my word for it, it's hilarious! The 4 comics profiled are incredibly talented!"
Terrific concept doesn't measure up - comics just ain't funn
Scott Schiefelbein | Portland, Oregon United States | 12/06/2008
(3 out of 5 stars)
"Talk about an outstanding premise! Vince Vaughn, one of the most reliably-funny comic actors of his time, gives you a back-stage pass as he leads a bunch of young, talented comics on a thirty-shows-in-thirty-days romp across the country. Vaughn clearly knows funny, and the homage to Buffalo Bill's old wild west shows promises an instant classic.
Unfortunately, that promise remains largely undelivered, for the sad fact is that the four comics Vaughn showcases are, well, not all that funny. You can see the equivalent in virtually any college town on a Friday night, and that isn't good enough to carry this film. The sad thing is that these four guys all see themselves as great comics. One of them even complains that, given his credentials, he should be headlining big concerts "like the guys in the '80s." If he's comparing himself to the comic rock stars of that era - Steve Martin, Richard Pryor, Billy Crystal, Robin Williams, Steven Wright, or (God help him) Eddie Murphy, the guy is living in a world all his own. The stand-up comic giants of the '80s sold out stadiums because they were so funny you were imitating their routines weeks later. There's nothing on this DVD that rises to the level of comic gold.
Unless, that is, you're a Vince Vaughn fan. This guy somehow balances his comic genius with an ordinary-guy sensibility so that you never begrudge him his vast success. It's clear that Vaughn appreciates where he is and never forgets his humble beginnings. So it's a great treat to see him working with old friends, like Jon Favreau and Peter Billingsly. One of the most charming moments in the film comes when Vaughn and Billingsly reprise a scene from an after-school special they made about steroid abuse in their younger days - it's a scene both funny and touching.
So for every scene where Vaughn reels us in, whether it's talking about the legacy of Buck Owens or riffing with Dwight Yoakam, there are several scenes of young comics just not being all that funny. And so it is that this movie rides into the sunset with a mediocre review. So sad.
At least it looks like the guys had a lot of fun making it."