Though I tend to watch virtually any film that isn’t too amateurish, and not drek like “The Human Centipede” (which may have some redeeming qualities, which I might actually notice if I were able to force myself to sit down and watch it).
With comedies, I tend to be a bit more selective because, let’s be honest, many comedies are comedies in name only. So, imagine my surprise to “discover” “Punching The Clown” on Netflix, the funniest movie I’ve seen in quite a while.
It’s the story of Henry Phillips, a comedian who’s a bit weary of the road, so he moves out to California to live with his brother to ply his craft.
It’s coming to theaters in October, and if it hits The District, I am so there.