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Leif Jacobson 4 years ago
This special earns it's name. Absolutely brilliant comedy.
Brendan Keevers over 6 years ago
Comic genius. This guy's point of view is amazingly funny.
Danial Pearce over 6 years ago
I dread the day that poop jokes are not funny any more.
Dylan Clites almost 7 years ago
Yeah. Louis C.K. is actually hilarious. Best stand-up of his generation for sure.
Ryan Thomas almost 3 years ago
Federico Touriñan almost 3 years ago
Coralie almost 3 years ago
Nat Voisey almost 4 years ago
Sara Cobas 4 years ago
Nicolas Baña 4 years ago
Kaylee Davis almost 5 years ago
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Philip Alexy 6 years ago
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Casey over 6 years ago
"With a simple “Hello, everybody,” television writer and stand-up comedian Louis C.K. opens his latest live show, Hilarious. This harmless salutation is the least-controversial thing that comes out of Louis C.K.’s mouth as he turns rants on everyday subjects (impatient people, his weight, fatherhood) into hilarious, expletive-laden diatribes where nothing is sacred—not even (gasp!) his children. Who else can name-check Ray Charles and Adolph Hitler in the same breath and elicit a chorus of raucous laughter? Louis C.K. says what’s on his mind, even at the risk of offending, but his “I don’t give a f**k” attitude makes his irreverent brand of humor especially endearing and relatable. His self-deprecating style elevates his filmed live show to a form of therapy, where we, too, can get comic relief from some pretty warped subjects. At one point, Louis C.K. asks, “Where do you draw the line?” With him, there is no line." Quoting the description from the 2010 Sundance Film Festival site.
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