The throwing of Inbetweeners star James Buckley, in addition to cameos from a large group of comic entertainers and “comedian” in the title, prompts to specific desires here. In particular: giggles. Tragically, they are few and far between in this unexpected, fourth-divider breaking story of a cursed standup with a terrible instance of frenzy initiated incontinence.
Rambling and unfocused, the film winds before sending a very unconvincing scene of hotly anticipated comic achievement.
Executive Mark Murphy, working with a semi-self-portraying script by him and journo-turned-joker James Mullinger, tries to tackle the issue by encompassing his lead with legitimate comedians whom James meets or meetings about the privileged insights of standup.