George Carlin: Life Is Worth Losing

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Released 2005

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Director:
Rocco Urbisci
Released:
2005
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George Carlin: Life Is Worth Losing showcases the late but still controversial comedian, George Carlin, in one of his first stand-up specials after a 2005 stint in drug rehab. Carlin, whose comedic talents have entertained audiences since the sixties, speaks quickly and brutally about his high-tech, low-life, downloaded and cyber spaced existence. In a rant littered with the f-word, Carlin manages to flow seamlessly from new holiday traditions to functional ways to use the word 'cornhole' on primetime television. George Carlin is often heralded as one of the best dark-humor comedians of all times, and this broadcast, from N.Y's Beacon Theater, stays true to his reputation. He admits why he could never take his own life, and helps shatter the American Dream with his keen observations on public passivity. This is Carlin's 13th stand-up special for HBO, and captures the funny man in what some call his comedic prime. Fans of in your face social commentary will enjoy George Carlin: Life Is Worth Losing.moreless
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