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PostPosted: September 16, 2004 1:16 PM 

Hey guys,

I don't know about you guys, but that's a terific movie. Beautiful!!! Now finally my girlfriend appreciate my job as comedian.

The movie says so much, that it is not as easy as it seams to become one.

Did anyone saw it? And what did you think?

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PostPosted: September 16, 2004 1:33 PM 

I loved it too!!! I even liked that really high strung dude that was always questioning himself. One thing i realy liked about the movie is that it showed what a genunely nice down-to-earth guy Jerry is. When he's just hanging out, he spends most of his time laughing at other comedians jokes, unlike most comedians who are always trying to manipulate the conversation with their own smart-ass remarks. He doesn't feel a need to always be the "funny one" in a conversation, which is refreshing.

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PostPosted: September 16, 2004 2:51 PM 

YES!!!! YES!!!

I'll do that too, just pop in some clubs en look at others.

Orny was the guy alsways questioning himself. But ( I don't live in the US) does he give shows?

I was very impressed by Bill Cosby. Giving a 2 and a half hour show. Wink
At his age. That's amazing!!!

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PostPosted: September 16, 2004 3:34 PM 

Yes, I found a new appreciation for Bill Cosby. I had no idea he was so well respected in the industry by all the other comedians. I think he's ok, but never found him THAT funny. But, I guess it's like Bob Dylan in the music industry. Many people just think he's a burn out from the 60's who can barely sing, but he's consdidered God by most people in the music industry and especially songwriters.
When I was talking about Jerry just hagning out,I didn't only mean he went to see other comedians. I meant, even if he's just sitting in a booth in a restaurant with a few other guys, he spends most of his time laughing and being entertained by the people he's with, instead of trying to monopolise the conversation by trying to show how funny HE is.

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PostPosted: September 16, 2004 6:33 PM 

Good point... that's admirable.

I've only seen the movie once... I should buy it.

Bob Sakamano

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PostPosted: September 16, 2004 6:50 PM 

I haven;t seen it yet, but am looking forward to seeing it even more because you guys say it is good.

I have seen Jerry Seinfeld's Live on Broadway performance, I'm Telling You For the Last Time, when he does all his old material for the last time. It was excellent, he even does a "Hello Newman" at the end. I highly reccomend it, I got it off amazon for maybe 12 bucks, if I were you, I'd throw it in with the dvd seasons.

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PostPosted: September 17, 2004 3:16 AM 

We can only be gratefull that we live in a world, a time where there is Jerry Seinfeld, and many other great comedians.

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PostPosted: September 17, 2004 7:03 AM 

That-a Jerry-a Seinfeld. He-a make-a me-a cry.

Babu Bhat

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PostPosted: September 20, 2004 8:08 PM 

I love this movie, I never realized comedy was so hard.

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