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Kathy Griffin: A Hell of a Story

Kathy Griffin: A Hell of a Story is a movie starring Kathy Griffin, Randy Bick, and Ted Boutrous. Comedian Kathy Griffin performs a new set in the aftermath of the fallout she experienced due to a controversial Donald Trump-inspired...

Running Time
1 hours 46 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Documentary, Comedy
Troy Miller, Keith Hobelman
Kathy Griffin
Jim Carrey, Kathy Griffin, Randy Bick, Ted Boutrous
Audio Languages
Deutsch, English, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Comedian Kathy Griffin performs a new set in the aftermath of the fallout she experienced due to a controversial Donald Trump-inspired photo shoot that threatened to end her career.

Comments about documentary «Kathy Griffin: A Hell of a Story» (8)

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Melissa D.

I loved this movie. Kathy Griffin's life was far from perfect, but she was a woman that stood for something and made some noise. She was a shining star and her life was a lesson for us to live by. She also had a sense of humor that we all should have. I felt her anger at people that didn't understand her, but she did her job well. She was a true performer, she did her job well and I hope she continues to do her job well.

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Roy Bennett

As a comedian, Kathy Griffin is a breath of fresh air. Her comedy style is infectious, unique, and her style of delivery is her best material. She has a powerful sense of humor and that is contagious. She also has a great ability to engage and inform the audience on her political views and positions. Her impact on the political world and the nation as a whole is unparalleled. She has the ability to find and exploit a personal connection to the American public and has a unique ability to bring it to the forefront. This is an excellent film to watch and an excellent opportunity to see how a comedian can bring the American people together. Griffin is a force to be reckoned with. We need to see more of her. She is the voice of the American people. Her politics are aligned with our values. She will continue to bring the people together.

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Angela Alvarado

I have seen several Kathy Griffin specials and this one is the best. Her interviews with celebrities is hilarious. They all had good things to say about her. The kids in the audience were into it. One of the funniest things about the show was the choice of music for each interview. They picked different songs for each of the celebrities and it was great. They even included "Springsteen" by Van Morrison. One thing that really stood out was how real the stories were. This is a real documentary that anyone can see. I would definitely recommend this to anyone.

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Kathy H.

The first half of the movie is so boring I almost fell asleep. The second half, however, is more entertaining. The movie is about a group of comedians that are no longer professional. They are running a night club in Brooklyn. And they have no one to tell them what to do. So they take over a nightclub and try to make it as good as the original. After the second half of the movie I actually was wanting to see the final two parts of the movie. Although, the first half is very boring, it is also very funny. The jokes are not predictable, and the movie is full of jokes. Although it is a very short movie, I would recommend that you watch it.

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Jane B.

I'm a big fan of Kathy Griffin, but I can't say I'm a huge fan of her antics. I do agree that she is a funny person and I have no problem with her being controversial, but I think she is a little over the top sometimes. In this documentary, Griffin goes in depth about her life, her family, and her personal life. It is an enlightening look into Griffin's life and her personal life. I would say that if you are interested in how a woman goes through a divorce, you would definitely want to check this out. Griffin's story is definitely worth a watch.

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I am not a big Kathy Griffin fan but I have to say that I really enjoyed this documentary. This is one of the best documentaries I have seen in years. It's extremely well made and even though the subject matter is serious, the documentary itself is just hilarious. I think that this documentary is the best thing I have seen all year. It's not just funny, it's very entertaining. I don't think I have ever laughed so hard at a documentary. It's like watching a high school play. It's almost like watching a play and you feel like you are there. It's not just funny, it's also extremely educational and enlightening. I think this documentary is an excellent example of what a documentary should be. It is the best documentary I have ever seen in my life. If you like documentaries, I think this is a must see.

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In this film, Griffin plays a former circus performer turned chef. We see her family (husband, son, daughter) as they are at each other's throats. It's a difficult story to tell. Griffin is the perfect person to do it. She is too funny to be just another person. Her humor is what makes the film so good. She never resorts to using profanity or being politically incorrect. Griffin is a pro, and she delivers her material with grace and humor. Her talents are evident throughout this film. This is a great film for the comedy and entertainment crowd. But it's also a story about growing up, finding yourself, and dealing with relationships.

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A very funny and serious look at the aftermath of the filming of The Interview, but instead of looking at the film itself, the film comes out looking at the fallout. All the interviews are done by Griffin herself, and are often funny, sometimes very, very funny. She does a great job in the interviews, as do many of the interviewees. The real standout though is the director of the film. Sean Ross Weiner. He is on par with the likes of Spike Lee or Jon Stewart. This guy is brilliant. You can tell he is the guy who is responsible for this film. I can't say much about the film without giving it away, so I'll leave it at that. It's a good movie, but I would give it a 9/10.