فيلم Wait for Your Laugh

Wait for Your Laugh

Wait for Your Laugh is a movie starring Rose Marie, Peter Marshall, and Carl Reiner. Rose Marie, the untold story of fame, love, tragedy and 90 years of American entertainment through the eyes of the woman who did it all.

Other Titles
Rose Marie
Running Time
1 hours 25 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Documentary, Comedy
Director
Jason Wise
Writer
Christina Wise, Jason Wise
Actors
Peter Marshall, Rose Marie, Dick Van Dyke, Carl Reiner
Country
USA
Year
2017
Audio Languages
اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
اللغة_العربية, 日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Rose Marie, the untold story of fame, love, tragedy and 90 years of American entertainment through the eyes of the woman who did it all.

Comments about documentary «Wait for Your Laugh» (20)

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Bobby M.

A great film that has great performances. Matthew Broderick has never been better, and a great job from Bill Murray, while Fred Willard has become one of my favorite actors. The movie is so funny, and so well made that it is hard not to laugh. I also loved the group of other famous comedians who appeared in it, and it was great to see them all back together again. I especially loved Dave Attell, and he was perfect as the Governor. The movie is so funny and unique that it is a must see. I give it an A+

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Mary Nichols

I had heard about this movie for years, and finally watched it last night. The reason for that was to see a documentary about one of the most prolific humorists of our time, Amy Tan. She is a humorist with a mission. And a great one, at that. A mission to do something that she really enjoys doing, namely making people laugh. I was not sure what she was going to do, or how she was going to do it, but I was pleasantly surprised. I will start by saying that Amy Tan is an amazing human being, with an incredible voice and a wonderful ability to make people laugh. If she was not involved with this documentary, I would not have enjoyed this movie as much. I don't want to give anything away about the story that follows, but I will say that it is quite a bit of a journey. If you are a fan of Amy Tan, this is the movie for you. This is the kind of movie that you can sit and enjoy. If you don't like Amy Tan, then don't watch it. You probably won't like it anyways. And if you do like Amy Tan, then you will definitely be impressed. But, if you aren't a fan of Amy Tan, then it's probably best to avoid it. This movie is for people who enjoy Amy Tan. It's a little bit of a slow-burner, but it gets you laughing, and it gets you smiling, and it gets you laughing and smiling. I give it a 7/10. It is enjoyable, and it will entertain you.

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Roy

The title "Funny Women" is misleading, but even more so the subtitle "Women, Funny". Let's get that out of the way: The joke being that, a "Funny Women" is a woman who's a fool. It's never a joke to say, "Women, Funny", it's always the woman who's a fool. It's almost like a stereotypical bad joke: "Women, Funny". But that's what makes this film so good: It's a satire on the nature of humor itself. The satire is subtle, and extremely interesting. The movie is an argument for a certain style of humor and how it's evolution. I would classify it as a philosophy, or even a comedy. It's a non-Hollywood philosophy of humor. For example, the title is deceiving, because it's only about women. But the idea that women are funny, is also deceptive. There is nothing funny about women who have no personality. It's not funny when they don't have personalities. The idea of "Women, Funny" is that women are the ones who have a personality. The movie is about the evolution of humor, and the evolution of style of humor. The movie is about the evolution of comedy itself. It's about a culture, and about a philosophy of humor. The movie is very intelligent, and well-thought. It's also very well-done. It's about a style of humor that is not very popular, but is more popular than ever. In fact, it's so popular that you can't make a movie about it without discussing about it. And that's a good thing. I think a lot of people who watch this movie will watch it for its intelligence. It's a very intelligent and interesting movie that makes you think. It's very intelligent, because it's so well thought. It's also very well-done, because it's so intelligent. You can see the evolution of humor. You can see that the evolution of humor is a deliberate choice. And the evolution of style of humor is a deliberate choice. I have to give it a 7 out of 10. It's a very intelligent movie, and it's very well thought.

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Daniel A.

I am in love with 'What is Life?' by John Lennon. I haven't heard it for many years but when I did, I was moved to tears. 'What is Life?' is a documentary film on the singer, which is made in the year of his death in 1980. It is an important documentary film that tells the story of Lennon's life in a very raw way and the way he wrote 'Imagine' is shown to us through a very intimate and honest way. The documentary is told in a really creative way, showing the man's love for his music and how he brought all those amazing songs to life in his concerts. The documentary has been made by a lot of people, all from different backgrounds, and I think it really shows that Lennon was an incredibly talented man and this documentary is a great way to show that. One of the best documentaries ever made. You should see this movie!

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Joan

What I found about the film was it was an interesting, hilarious, and at times depressing look into the lives of the homeless in Los Angeles. It does a great job of showing what life is like for these people, not only in the cities where they live, but in other places as well. It was interesting to see how their lives are impacted by the city around them and how they try to cope with the city. As I watched, I was surprised by how often these people expressed how they wanted to be home, and how they could actually do something useful and positive in the city. It made me understand what they were going through, and I hope they make it back to their homes as quickly as possible.

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Gary W.

This is not a movie that anyone who hasn't seen it will be completely disappointed in, but I think they'll be glad they saw it. It's not perfect, but it's definitely worth seeing. If you're not familiar with the subject matter, this movie isn't going to be a big reveal, but it does give you a sense of the situation. The documentary is kind of like a different documentary, but that doesn't take away from the experience of watching it. This movie will probably have the same effect on most people as 'The Deer Hunter' did for me. And it might not be as good as the movie is, but that doesn't mean it's not good. I give it a 7 out of 10.

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Louis Ward

There is a great deal of enjoyment to be found in watching this documentary, as it contains interviews with leading figures in the world of rock n' roll, as well as the people who came up with the songs that would make their mark on the music world. In this film, Billboard's Amy Purdy interviews Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, and his interview with Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds is a fascinating look at the early beginnings of both acts. The film does not attempt to pick apart the work of these two artists, instead it is an objective observer of a story that is really quite important to the history of rock n' roll. In this film, Petty and the Heartbreakers were a huge success in the early seventies. They became known for their music and the sexiness of their images, but they also became famous for being brash, rebellious, and aggressive. This film explores the impact that the Sex Pistols had on the American rock n' roll scene, as well as the influence of the Sex Pistols on the Sex Pistols. While the Sex Pistols were the "rock gods" of the time, Petty was the most popular rocker of the era. He was quick, sharp, and had a lot of energy. He used the press as a way to get his message across, and also took to acting in films such as "The Wild One," in which he portrayed a tough guy with an underbite, which was a big hit in the seventies. He had a lot of charisma and was incredibly popular. As he aged, he began to slow down in his music, and he became more of a flake than a rebel. His image was also becoming more "messed up" with his frequent visits to rehab clinics. During this time, the Sex Pistols were also gaining popularity, and after a few years of their success, they began to lose their edge. The Pistols were trying to be more aggressive, but they also had a lot of excess. The film also shows how many of the most famous songs are recycled from other bands, and how the Sex Pistols were able to market themselves in the Seventies by making music like "The Head and the Heart" and "Shine On You Crazy Diamond." Many of the songs were copied from other bands, and the film shows this in a very fun way. It is a very entertaining documentary, and it is well worth seeing.

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Nicole Arnold

I had no idea that the world would be so racist and hateful towards black people and I didn't know this until I read the reviews. I don't think any of these people are any good for any kind of leadership. It's a sad time in our country when racism is so rampant and people are so upset about it that they can't see any redeeming value. All I saw was a bunch of people that are going to school and planning to get their masters and want to get rich and famous and not have to work. It's sad to see this. I'm not saying that everyone who is not white should be in prison. But I am saying that this is what these people are doing. They don't think that they are doing anything wrong. I do believe that the only way to stop racism is to just talk about it and learn from it. If we can learn to love and respect each other then it will stop.

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Kyle Torres

In this film, Tarek's (Simon Abkarian) quest to have his body preserved and re-dubbed by an expert is given a new angle, as he attempts to make a documentary about his lifelong dream of being able to live forever. This is an interesting documentary as it chronicles the history of the body's and soul's relationship, and how it has evolved from what many people believe is an immortal entity into a modern day person. The film also explores how the importance of body preservation is felt in the modern day, and how these bodies have become an integral part of the daily life of many people, even when they have been dead for thousands of years. While it is a fascinating documentary, there are many mistakes that can be found throughout the film, including a plot hole that is made by the director that leads to an unnecessary twist to the film. If you are interested in body preservation, then this is a good documentary to watch. However, if you are looking for a more definitive documentary that will cover more than the basics of body preservation, then this is not the documentary for you. 7/10

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Bobby

I enjoyed this documentary. I feel that the media, too often, are only interested in what is trending. If you can't go out of your way to see something, there's not much to see. But I have to say, the guys and girls in the movie were so well-spoken and so on-point. I'm looking forward to seeing more from them.

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Marie

I saw this movie last night. I am not going to comment on the movie itself, because I honestly don't know what I expected. It wasn't a comedy. It was a documentary about a small Jewish community in New York. The main story line is the change in life of a young boy named Abraham Fein. As he grows up, he begins to see the other side of his family, and is eventually forced to come to terms with his past. There are several interviews with people that are in the community. And then there is the movie itself. The acting is very good, and the story is great. It is very very funny. The comedy is based on the fact that this community of immigrants is completely different from the rest of the city, but is really the same people. I think the director was trying to be accurate about the culture. And I think he was doing a great job. I am not really sure what the purpose of the movie was. It was interesting, but didn't really give me a whole lot of information. There was a lot of "he says, she says" and I just didn't get the full picture. If I had seen this movie in the theater, I probably would have gone to see it again. But I didn't, and I would recommend it to people that want to see it, because it is very good, and it will bring out the best in you.

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Edward

I'm not going to get into the details of this movie, because I'm sure I'll find a lot of people who can't handle it. I just wanted to give the viewer a look into a little-known aspect of the music industry. I don't want to give anything away, but if you liked "Sex And The City" or "Friends," you should enjoy this movie. Of course, the movie isn't all about music, but there are plenty of other interesting things to see and do while watching it. I'll stop rambling now. Go see it, and be ready for some really funny moments. If you like this movie, you might also like the following movies: "The Underground", "In The Valley Of Elah", "The Super Troopers", "On Any Sunday", "Cobra", "Breakfast Club", "Space Cowboys", "Scary Movie", "Citizen Kane", "Last Year's Girl", "Planes", "The Happening", "Falling Down", "The Big Picture", "If You're Feeling Sinister", "A Simple Plan", "If I Stay", "The Martian", "The Da Vinci Code", "The Matrix", "Crazy/Beautiful", "The Last Picture Show", "King Kong", "Gattaca", "The Hobbit", "Fantastic Four", "The Color Purple", "Brave New World", "Ghostbusters", "Harry Potter And The Sorcerer's Stone", "Les Miserables", "The Matrix Revolutions", "Traffic", "Stir Of Echoes", "Shaun Of The Dead", "The Walk", "American Beauty", "About A Boy", "The Big Lebowski", "The Last Samurai", "The Patriot", "The Fifth Element", "The Departed", "The Usual Suspects", "K-Pax", "You've Got Mail", "Red Dawn", "The Most Dangerous Game", "Lords Of Dogtown", "The Butterfly Effect", "Funny Games", "Magnolia", "The Rookie", "The Last Samurai", "The Last of The Mohicans", "The Princess Bride", "The Grey", "Lone Survivor", "Patton", "Bohemian Rhapsody", "The Black Stallion", "The Last Samurai", "The Last Of The Mohicans", "Vengeance of the Pink Panther", "Empire Of The Sun", "The Island Of Doctor Moreau", "The Godfather", "Patton", "The Godfather: Part II", "The Godfather: Part III", "The Godfather: Part IV", "The Lord Of The Rings: The Two Towers", "The Godfather: Part V", "The Godfather: Part VI", "The Godfather: Part VII", "The Lord Of The Rings: The Return Of The King", "The Godfather: Part VIII", "The Godfather: Part IX", "The Godfather: Part X", "The Godfather: Part XI", "The Godfather: Part XII", "The Godfather: Part XIII", "The Godfather: Part XIV", "The Godfather: Part XV", "The Godfather: Part XVI", "The Godfather: Part XVII", "The Godfather: Part XVIII", "The Godfather: Part XIX", "The Godfather: Part XX", "The Godfather: Part XXI", "The Godfather: Part XXII", "The Godfather: Part XXIII", "The Godfather: Part XXIV", "The Godfather: Part XXV", "The Godfather: Part XXVI", "The Godfather: Part XXVII", "The Godfather: Part XXVIII", "The Godfather: Part XXIX", "The Godfather: Part XXX", "The Godfather: Part XXXI", "The Godfather: Part XXXII", "The Godfather: Part XXXIII", "The Godfather: Part XXXIV", "The Godfather: Part XXXV", "The Godfather: Part XXXVI", "The Godfather: Part XXXVII", "The Godfather: Part XXXVIII", "The Godfather: Part XXXIX", "The Godfather: Part XL", "The Godfather: Part XLI", "The Godfather: Part XLII", "The Godfather: Part XLIII", "The Godfather: Part XLIV", "The Godfather: Part XLV", "The Godfather: Part XLVI", "The Godfather: Part XLVII", "The Godfather: Part XLVIII", "The Godfather: Part XLIX", "The Godfather: Part L", "The Godfather: Part LII", "The Godfather: Part LIII", "The Godfather: Part LIV", "The God

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Stephen

While "Funny People" is a pretty enjoyable documentary, I think it's worth giving this a shot. The idea is to follow the lives of people who are so far from being successful and successful that they're having trouble with their real lives. In this case, it's a woman who has worked hard at her craft and is about to graduate college and her fiance who has been through hell and back, but is about to embark on a new job and is looking forward to finally getting a date for his 21st birthday. It's a different kind of documentary and it's the kind that doesn't really work. The movie is definitely worth seeing, but I think it would have benefited from having more of a focus on these people than just a one on one, sometimes over the top, interviews of the characters. The film is also a little bit lacking in the actual subject matter. It's not really a documentary about people who make films or how the film industry works, but more about people who make films. It's a real life story that's a little bit more focused on this woman and her fiance, but that's about it.

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Christina T.

I thought the movie was good. I also thought the young people who appeared in the movie were amazing. I had no idea who they were or where they came from. I was so impressed with the actors, and thought the story was a very good one. It is a good movie for people who are trying to get their head around how someone can go from being homeless to a successful business owner. It is a movie about friendship and perseverance, and I found it very inspiring. I also found it very funny. I really loved the fact that they made it sound so different from reality. I thought it was an excellent movie, and it was worth watching. I recommend it to anyone who likes a good movie.

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Emily

Hollywood Laughs has a lot of good stuff in it, but the funniest bits are taken from, well, "Hollywood Laughs". It's sort of like an "AHA! Not Funny" feature, where the funniest bits are taken from other funny movies. What makes the film stand out is that it has a few original scenes that are funny, but just by chance, they're taken from other movies. There's a scene where a guy is getting ready for a movie premiere, and he sees a helicopter that was flying right above him. He sees a picture of his helicopter, and his name on it. He thinks, "This is me in my helicopter!" And it's a movie star, so it's a no-brainer. But then they show that the helicopter belongs to "Hollywood Laughs", the producer. This made the movie a little weird, because the movie star in the helicopter is not really a celebrity. It's his ex-wife, who has been cheating on him with another man. She gets in a fight, and the helicopter crashes. We get a clip from the movie, and we know that the helicopter is "Hollywood Laughs". But then, the credits show that it was a different helicopter that was used in the film. It doesn't matter. It's funny because it's unexpected. It's a little weird, but it's good for a laugh. It's not the funniest thing in the world, but it's definitely funny.

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Billy Davidson

I really enjoyed this film, and the people interviewed are wonderful, witty, and interesting. It's funny, light, and snappy. And the interviews are fantastic. The subject is very important to me, and there are very few people who have the right to make these kinds of documentaries. I'm glad to have been a part of this. I hope more people will watch this film and enjoy it as much as I did. It is one of the best documentaries I've seen in years. I loved it!

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Victoria T.

I don't want to give away anything about the film, but I think it's worth seeing, and the movie should be shown again in theaters for the complete experience. The film is not a documentary. It's about being a rock star. At one point, an interviewer says that he likes rock stars, and then they all sort of take a deep breath and say "I don't care." So, this movie is not about a documentary about a rock star, it's about a rock star and how he or she gets to be one. That's the biggest thing I love about this movie. It's not about the celebrities, but about the rock star. I also love that it's not like a documentary. It's not really a documentary. It's just an interview. But it's funny. I have never been so embarrassed for a rock star in my life. I've met many of them, and none of them are like that. This movie is worth seeing.

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Megan R.

I was able to see this film at the upcoming Toronto International Film Festival, and I was very pleased with what I saw. I felt that the filmmakers did a very good job of taking a film that could have been just another boring, unoriginal, and forgettable biopic and turning it into something that is a bit more interesting and entertaining. I think the one thing that surprised me about this film is the fact that they really tried to put the biopic in perspective, and did a really good job of it. This is the first time I have ever seen a biopic that was so focused on the subject matter, and the only thing that really didn't fit in was the fact that the director is a woman, so I don't think that that should have been an issue. The film did a good job of being very entertaining and entertaining, and it is definitely worth seeing. If you are in the mood for something different, check this film out. I would definitely recommend it, but I do believe that it is definitely not for everyone.

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Deborah C.

I went to see this movie expecting it to be awful and not to see anyone that could even remotely be compared to Adam Sandler. But I was wrong. The movie was about Adam Sandler and a documentary about the people that like him. The film did a really good job at showing the people that really like him that are the 'good ones' in society. The first half of the movie was really interesting because it showed the reason why he is so popular and also it showed what his real life is like. It also showed the different people that he has met while filming this movie. They all really helped him with the way he acts. There were also really funny stories that he tells about his characters and how they are all the same. Overall, the movie was really good. It was definitely worth seeing. I gave it a 7/10.

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Sarah S.

The film's plot is a bit hard to follow. If you don't understand the characters' actions and say, "what? This isn't what they were doing?", you're going to be extremely confused. The film is however a good, funny and informative documentary about the on-line pornography industry. It's not going to be a laugh out loud type of documentary, but it is fun and informative, and will help you understand the history and the people involved in the industry. There is a lot of information given in the documentary, and it will make you understand a lot more about what goes on behind the scenes. It's not going to change your opinion of the porn industry, but it will definitely make you think about it more. The film is fairly long, and it may take some time to watch, but it is worth it, because it is well-made, funny, informative, and worth watching. It's definitely worth watching, but it's not going to be as enjoyable as it's intended to be.