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Vince Vaughn's Wild West Comedy Show [DVD]

2.5 out of 5 stars 2 customer reviews

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  • Directors: Ari Sandel
  • Producers: Vince Vaughn
  • Format: PAL
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: 15
  • Studio: Eiv
  • DVD Release Date: 30 Jun. 2008
  • Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00179DFV4
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 151,752 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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Comedy documentary. In September 2005, comedy actor Vince Vaughn acted as host on a 30-date comedy tour featuring four stand-up comedians. Visiting a new city every night, the film follows the ups and downs of life on and off stage for the performers, providing a unique glimpse into the challenges of life on the road.

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I had to respond to the 1 star review. I have this dvd. Each to their own but how anyone wouldn't find this dvd funny is beyond me - especially John "cappy" Caparulo. It's, basically, showing Vince Vaughan taking 4 up and coming comedians on a 30 day tour across America - interpersed with snippets of the comedians doing their acts. The allusion to I.Q. levels in the other review is shockingly pompous. It really is VERY funny in parts. I wouldn't disparage it in any event, as they were all good enough to donate all the proceeds of one of their shows to people made homeless by hurricane Katrina - and they laid on a bus to take them from the trailer park and free admission to the show (which they made "clean" for that night -no swearing).
Buy this dvd and i don't think you'll be disappointed. It's only 96 mins long, so it won't tax people with high I.Q.'s brains too much.
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i hoped for the first 10 minutes i was watching a parody. the second it dawned on me that this was for real i was almost sick. this is without doubt the most hideous comedy/documentary ever produced(neither of those words are appropriate). for all you terrilble film lovers out there dont even think about borrowing it or buying it in that sense. this is so bad i cant believe a copy is available to anyone with an IQ more than 50 as it will simply lower your faith in humanity and will afirm what you didnt want to believe about our friends across the pond. i've never written a review before and am generally a laid back guy, this is that bad.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Traveling Comedic Reality Show 6 Jun. 2008
By John J. Petersen - Published on
Format: DVD
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.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Terrific concept doesn't measure up - comics just ain't funny enough 6 Dec. 2008
By Scott Schiefelbein - Published on
Format: DVD
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.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars uneven material in an affable film 23 Oct. 2008
By Roland E. Zwick - Published on
Format: DVD
In 2005, actor Vince Vaughn gathered together a handful of comedians from The Comedy Store in Hollywood - Ahmed Ahmed, John Caparulo, Bret Ernst and Sebastian Maniscalco - built an extended stand-up show around their acts, then took it on the road for a 30-city-in-30-day whirlwind tour across the United States, starting in Los Angeles and ending in Chicago, with 28 stops in between. Vaughn also brought a few documentary filmmakers along for the ride, the result being "Vince Vaughn's Wild West Comedy Show," an at best fair-to-middling account of that event.

Some of the backstage stuff is of moderate interest - particularly the comics offering a free show to some Hurricane Katrina refugees and Ernst's touching reflections on his older brother who died of AIDS. But one can only hope that we're not being treated to the best of the on-stage material here. For if truth be told, there aren't nearly as many laughs to be gleaned from these performances as one might expect given the caliber of talent involved. At best, the routines elicit a few hearty chuckles, along with a surprising number of humor-deprived dead spots. The behind-the-scenes activities are marginally more entertaining (the interviews with the boys' families are sometimes quite informative and amusing), but the movie doesn't provide nearly the depth of insight into the world of standup comedy that, say, Jerry Seinfeld's "Comedian" did a few years back.

Still the guys in the group are likable enough and their camaraderie ultimately becomes infectious, earning the movie at least a lukewarm recommendation, especially for devotees of the subject.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Affable AND Affordable! 30 July 2013
By T=H=E (WAS # 229[once upon a time in an Amazon...far...far away!]) Time-Traveller - Published on
Format: DVD
This is going on a nine-year old comedy tour that I enjoyed. I figured --- with 100 minutes of
relatively unknown comedic talent I'd be bored. But it was less than $4, after all. I'd heard
of Ahmed Ahmed [his actual name]. Not so much the other three comedians (John Caparulo; Bret Ernst;
Sebastian Maniscalco).
There are other friends of Vince Vaughn that make brief appearances in the docu-comedy... that
DOES have [UNINTERUPTED] comedy out-takes as a bonus, afterward. Justin Long; Jon Favreau; Dwight
Yoakam; Buck Owens [prior to his death]; and Peter Billingsley appears --- also in a clip from
HIS staring '80s' Christmas film --- [almost putting an EYE out!]
I enjoyed this VERY much, and was surprised I sat through the entire thing, in a sitting... but it
was raining,
AND it kept ME entertained while I was along for the 30 day, 30 city roadtrip! I actually CARED
about the folks IN the film, their performances, and even their "back-stories". Recommended!
Oh, some creep has been posting comments about me never buying anything I review... I made 150
orders from Amazon [multiple products, each] in the past 5 months, and DID buy this, though, else-
where. I might add, it IS m--u--c--h cheaper, here, NOW!
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Hilarious Documentary! 31 Oct. 2013
By Michael Rosabal - Published on
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Given the title, you would think this movie is a comedy special. However, it is documentary about the roadshow and it's stars. It does have some amazing moments of stand up and sketches which makes the movie totally worth watching. You will finish the film with some insight into the tour, but more importantly with a decent sampling of stand up from some amazingly talented comedians. I definitely go out and support Sebastian Maniscalo, Bret Ernst, and John Caparulo when the visit the local comedy venues.
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