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The Unbookables

The Unbookables

The Unbookables is a narrative documentary about stand-up comics who have spent their careers pushing limits--on stage and off. Relegated to small venues and touring in a crappy van through the Midwest they careen between the desire to succeed and the reality that there may be nothing left to lose. Road life is far from glamorous: comics come and go and cruel pranks and hard drinking punctuate their obsidian dark comedy on stage. They succeed and fail-spectacularly. When they face being fired for going too far on stage, the conflict culminates in a showdown: compromise or double down?

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:0 minutes
  • Release:2012
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:prank,   drugs,   joke,  

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The Unbookables torrent reviews

Miley J (mx) wrote: LUV IT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Tonya K (br) wrote: LOVE THIS MOVIE! NEVER GETS OLD

Pei Yee W (nl) wrote: read the play. had to watch the movie. some fine acting by the young actors and of course by Mercedes Ruehl.

b e (kr) wrote: Shoots cheddar puffs. Cheesy greatness!

rene v (mx) wrote: Great interesting movie :) I loved it I recommend

Guillaume H (it) wrote: A beautifully tragic poem where the black and white are vibrant like the brightest colors, it is fast paced, fun and tragic. Masina is here beyond acting but fully inhabits her myth.

Eric J (jp) wrote: Great performances by the Late great Nina Foch (Frannie Halcyon from the first "Tales of the City") and Dame May Whitty in this short and sweet B film from the classic film noir era.

Sam S (fr) wrote: great awesome western from the duke's later years

Chris G (kr) wrote: Pretty slick. Some cool music, and Rob Lowe is genuinely creepy.