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James Joseph "Jim" Norton, Jr. (b July 19, 1968) is an American comedian, radio personality, author, and actor. He is an on-air personality, often dubbed the 'third mic' on The Opie & Anthony Show, which airs on Sirius XM Radio. Norton has appeared on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno and on the Late Show with David Letterman, filmed an HBO stand-up special for the series One Night Stand as well as his special "Monster Rain", co-starred in the short-lived HBO sitcom Lucky Louie and had cameos in the films Spider-Man, Zack and Miri Make a Porno and Courting Condi.
Using classic BBC-style documentary aesthetics as the source for parody, radio personality Sam Roberts is examined, exposed, and mocked.
Runtime: 79 min.
Directed by: Porsalin
A roast in the traditional sense, where friends take down one of their own, no holds barred. In this unfiltered hour and a half, Rich Vos takes an unreasonable amount of hits from a group of comedians.
Runtime: 83 min.
As: Mr. Mulligan
In a working-class town in 1984, a high school senior's future creates a tug-of-war between his no-nonsense father and his crackpot guidance counselor until an encounter with a goddess helps him uncover his true destiny.
Runtime: 90 min.
Directed by: Jacob Cooney
As: Jim Norton
An aging comic icon, Jackie Burke, has seen better days. Despite his efforts to reinvent himself and his comic genius, the audience only wants to know him as the former television character he once played. Already a strain on his younger brother and his wife, Jackie is forced to serve out a sentence doing community service for accosting an audience member. While there, he meets Harmony, the daughter of a ...
Runtime: 120 min.
Directed by: Taylor Hackford
In the age of social media, nearly every day brings a new eruption of outrage. While people have always found something to be offended by, their ability to organize a groundswell of opposition to – and public censure of – their offender has never been more powerful. Today we're all one clumsy joke away from public ruin. Can We Take A Joke? offers a thought-provoking and wry exploration of outrage ...
Runtime: 74 min.
Directed by: Ted Balaker
As: Rent Boy
A radio journalist and his technician get in over their heads when they hatch a scheme to fake their own kidnapping during a rebel uprising in South America and hide out in New York instead.
Runtime: 101 min.
Directed by: Ricky Gervais
Comedian Bonnie McFarlane dons her investigative journalist's hat to find out once and for all if women are funny and report her unbiased findings in what some are calling the most important documentary of our generation.
Runtime: 79 min.
Directed by: Bonnie McFarlane
Just For Laughs presents the 75-minute comedy special that had too much funny to fit into one hour. Filmed live at Montreal’s famed Just For Laughs Festival, Whitney Cummings presents the comedy style that has made her a household name. In this unique HBO Canada event, the TV starlet brings the best in filthy, raunchy, and outrageous comedy as she hosts seven comics, including Derek Seguin, ...
Runtime: 74 min.
Over fifty very famous American and Canadian funny people (filmmakers, writers, actors and comedians) share life and professional journeys and insights, in an effort to shed light on the thesis: Do you have to be miserable to be funny?
Runtime: 94 min.
Directed by: Kevin Pollak
In the follow-up to his first EPIX comedy special Please Be Offended, caustic comedian Jim Norton continues to push every hot button he can find... all in the name of a good laugh, of course. With his trademark self-deprecating brand of humor, Norton outrageously covers a wide range of topics that somehow all lead back to sex.
Runtime: 61 min.
Directed by: Shannon Hartman
Caustic comedian and best-selling author Jim Norton pulls no punches in his first EPIX comedy special, going after jaw-dropping laughs not intended for the faint of heart. Among his targets: the national hypersensitivity epidemic - leading celebrities, talking heads and regular Joes alike to get offended by just about anything. Norton's got a message for those people, and it's in the title.
Runtime: 60 min.
Directed by: Ryan Polito
When real estate developer Dan Sanders finalizes plans to level a swath of pristine Oregon forest to make way for a soulless housing subdivision, a band of woodland creatures rises up to throw a monkey wrench into the greedy scheme. Just how much mischief from the furry critters can the businessman take before he calls it quits?
Runtime: 92 min.
Directed by: Roger Kumble
Detectives Jimmy and Paul, despite nine years as partners, can still sometimes seem like polar opposites – especially when Paul's unpredictable antics get them suspended without pay. Already strapped for cash and trying to pay for his daughter's wedding, Jimmy decides to sell a rare baseball card that's worth tens of thousands. Unfortunately, when the collector's shop is robbed and the card vanishes with ...
Runtime: 107 min.
Directed by: Kevin Smith
Jim Norton is back on HBO and holds nothing back in this 60-minute concert performed in front of a live audience at The Lincoln Theater in Washington DC. Norton, known for his straight up comedy that sometimes crosses lines no other comedians dare to cross, gives his hilarious perspectives on contemporary issues, dating, celebrities, prostitutes and much more.
Runtime: 60 min.
Directed by: Beth McCarthy-Miller
Stars: Jim Norton
A look at the work of two stand-up comics, Jerry Seinfeld and a lesser-known newcomer, detailing the effort and frustration behind putting together a successful act and career while living a life on the road.
Runtime: 82 min.
Directed by: Christian Charles
During a late night drinking binge with bartender Nicky (Michael Marino), sixty-five year-old postman Sol Solzberg (Charlie Callas) leaks the details of his life-long plan to rob some valuable stamps from the local post office. Sol then promptly drops dead of a heart attack. Suddenly armed with his sure-fire answer to his financial woes, Nicky assembles a "crack" team of hapless crooks, headed by his ...
Runtime: 80 min.
Directed by: Paul Battista