2002 Documentary/Comedy Rated R 81 Minutes
|In Theaters||October 11, 2002|
|On DVD||May 13, 2003||Now Available||?|
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Jerry Seinfeld is a working stand-up comic again. This film is a candidly revealing, intimately observed, and often very funny look at what it takes to be a comedian. On-stage, Jerry delivers his hilarious brand of observational humor. Off-stage, he struggles with difficult material, confronts self-doubt, revels in small successes, and accepts help and support from friends and colleagues, including Colin Quinn, Ray Romano, Chris Rock, Garry Shandling, Jay Leno, and Bill Cosby. The movie also discovers the sharp wit of rising young comic Orny Adams -- outspoken, insecure, and fanatical about becoming the "next big thing." What emerge are two fascinating journeys by two contrasting personalities who have some surprising parallels.
Rated R for for language.
Box office gross: $2.8 million. View box office history.
Released by Miramax. See credits.