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STEVE! (martin) a documentary in 2 pieces

Started by extraordinary walnuts, March 06, 2024, 11:08:48 PM

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kalowski

Quote from: notjosh on March 16, 2024, 06:28:55 PMAnd this is fantastic; you can see how much Carson enjoys having him on the show:

Beautiful. The little touch where he says, "I can stick around for bit after the show too," is beautiful.

Tarquin

"So I shot her" is my favourite punchline.

With a nod to "That cat was the best fuck I've ever had."

neveragain

The documentary is tremendous by the way.

damien

Yeah doc part 1 is fantastic, an extraordinary story.

Virgo76

Great documentary.
The stick drawing of his daughter was a bit strange.
Nothing about his books. Or most of his films really?

Virgo76

Quote from: sevendaughters on March 07, 2024, 02:59:39 PMSteve Martin filmography


UNINTERESTING FAILURE
The Man With Two Brains


Quote from: sevendaughters on March 07, 2024, 02:59:39 PMSteve Martin filmography

UNINTERESTING FAILURE
The Man With Two Brains


Three years at nursery school and you think you know it all!
Only joking. Personally it's my favourite Martin film. But I'm not sure he likes it himself these days. He argued with an Empire journalist when he suggested it was a great comedy.

Tiggles

Finally got round to watching both parts of this truly excellent documentary and I couldn't recommend it more.

It's chronological and both halves are a lot of fun although I definitely preferred part 1, which uses footage to take us up the point he walked away from stand-up. The second part picks up the story from there, bringing things to the present and involves a lot of Steve being interviewed in his envy-inducing home.

While the first half is an exhilarating ride (I was just so seriously impressed a lot of the time), the second is more reflective and, at times, quite moving (although Steve remains characteristically reticent on many things). Great editing and use of graphics, too.

Right, time to rewatch some of his stuff, I think.

holbob

Which is the film where his erection broke the glass?

kalowski

Quote from: holbob on May 27, 2024, 08:09:45 PMWhich is the film where his erection broke the glass?
Man with Two Brains

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