Vince Vaughn's Wild West Comedy Show: 30 Days & 30 Nights - Hollywood to the Heartland
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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-city 30-night laughfest where the comedy doesn t stop (Phil Villarreal Arizona Daily Star). So hitch a ride on the tour bus and go behind the scenes it s a party you ll never forget!Format: DVD MOVIE Genre: COMEDY/STAND-UP Rating: R UPC: 794043121272 Manufacturer No: 1000038623
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As a general rule, I don't really get the appeal of stand-up. However, this documentary isn't really about stand-up, per se, but more about the experience of/story behind being a comic--the personal and cathartic aspect of their material, the development of them as people/comics, their vulnerability, etc. I like it for the reflective, human component. I suspect that if you are someone who enjoys stand-up and watch this looking purely for stand-up, you might be disappointed.
There are plenty of clips of the comics' stand-up throughout, as well as extra content for each comic. In addition, the show involved some others bits, including some with other actors Vaughn has worked with, sort of re-creating funny scenes or playing off those scenes (Peter Billingsley, Keir O'Donnell, Justin Long, Jon Favreau, Dwight Yoakam).
Even if you've seen the movie, the DVD is worth buying just for the extra content. There are behind-the-scenes and making of- kinds of and other kinds of things and two commentaries. And not to take anything away from the Vaughn/Billingsley commentary, but the comics'/director commentary is quite funny!
Some other humorous things that make it worth a watch:
- The male-bonding/bff-ness of all of them, but especially evident between Vince Vaughn, Peter Billingsley & Ahmed Ahmed. Content on the DVD explains they have been friends since the late '80s.
- Justin Long getting cussed out by a sleep-deprived and half-asleep Peter Billingsley for stealing his pillow (who then apologizes once he's actually awake, and after Justin has cowered away into a bunk).
- The audience "fangirling" over Vince Vaughn (in particular) but also over the comics after the shows. It's quite humorous to watch because they look a bit pathetic at times.
- Vince Vaughn's singing and the fact that he can't seem to get the words right for Sweet Caroline or Streets of Bakersfield. :)