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CRITICS OF "Misery Loves Comedy"
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Empire Magazine
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September 10, 2015

If only he had probed a bit deeper, and widened his scope beyond the predominantly white, male subjects (including our own Rob Brydon, Steve Coogan and Stephen Merchant), this could have been a fascinating film as well as a funny one.
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San Diego Union-Tribune
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May 07, 2015

With so many subjects, it's obvious the director is going for quantity, but it doesn't work (especially the scenes with Matthew Perry; a funny actor is much different from a professional stand-up). The overall tone feels scattered and self-important.
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Seattle Weekly
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June 21, 2015

If comedy is tragedy plus time, is stand-up comedy a kind of higher math used to survive that equation?
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New Statesman
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November 11, 2015

It's a decent enough film for comedy buffs though there aren't a whole lot of surprises.
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The List
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June 25, 2015

Overall, what we get is a relentless conveyer belt of talking heads, earnestly dissecting their profession.
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New York Times
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April 23, 2015

An evident labor of love and also a work of grating amateurism.
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Guardian
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September 17, 2015

Do you have to be sad to be funny? You'll have to sit through a slew of micro-anecdotes and shop talk before you get any answers from this choppy documentary - longer than any decent comic would defer a punchline.
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Los Angeles Times
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April 30, 2015

We hear plenty of engaging anecdotes, though, taken together, they don't do much to illuminate a subject that has been thoroughly explored elsewhere ...
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RogerEbert.com
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April 23, 2015

While genial and never dull, the film is all over the place, a classic example of trying to do and say too much.
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AV Club
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April 23, 2015

While there's no single, monumental insight here-no a-ha moment that cracks the code of comedy-there are a ton of stories and opinions that comedy nerds should love.
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San Francisco Chronicle
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April 30, 2015

For the most part ... this is a pretty safe discussion about a very unsafe art form. We can only imagine what's in the outtakes.
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Seattle Times
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April 30, 2015

Are they miserable? No; everyone seems to be having a great time. Are they funny? Um, not so much.
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