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Women Aren't Funny (2014)

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.

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  • IMDB Rating: 5.6/10 
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The Synopsis for Women Aren't Funny (2014) 720p

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.


The Director and Players for Women Aren't Funny (2014) 720p

[Director]Bonnie McFarlane
[Role:]Adam Carolla
[Role:]Anthony Cumia
[Role:]Maria Bamford


The Reviews for Women Aren't Funny (2014) 720p


More Rich Vos is never the answerReviewed byNeil-238-599054Vote: 5/10

It's a shame Ms. Mcfarlane chose to half-a** it. The myth of unfunny women could have been interesting. But she didn't explore the history of women in comedy or perhaps the psychological reasoning why women don't prefer women comics. You could have had a few panel discussions. And more Rich Vos is never the answer. And no Kathy Griffin? Odd.

She lacked confidence through the film and made it way more personal than it needed to be. And if she wanted to go that route why not talk about how she broke in and what her family/friends thought about it. And were they barriers? It's also strange that four of the five writers for the movie are men. Can't help a sister out? But the interviews are still fun and worth a few laughs

I'll Tell You What Isn't Funny: Some of These ReviewsReviewed bygrouchyeditorVote: 7/10

If you are reading these reviews, I'd advise skipping some of the hate-filled one- and two-star reviews on this page. These "critics" seem more interested in venting their feelings of rage toward women in general, and MacFarlane in particular, than in any type of fair evaluation of the film. I watched the movie last night. My thoughts:

1. I liked it. Bonnie and Rich are an engaging couple in a rather unique relationship, and it was interesting to follow their behind-the-scenes lifestyle.

2. Some of the haters on this page complain that the movie failed to reach its "potential," that it could have examined the history of women in comedy, perhaps from vaudeville to the present. This is an absurd criticism. The movie never claimed to be an educational, exhaustive study of American humor. Instead, it's an amusing peek behind the scenes of a typical comic's life which manages, along the way, to raise some provocative questions about women in comedy and society's reaction to them.

3. I do not know Bonnie or Rich, and I was not paid to write this review.

4. I'm not hailing this documentary as great cinema. But it is an amusing way to spend an hour and a half.

5. There are quite a few funny interviews/cameos from the country's top comics. Kathy Griffin is missing? The horror! The horror!

6. It's hard to diss a movie that (at seven minutes and 20 seconds) gives us a great, if brief, shot of Bonnie's bare butt. I am thinking of posting a screen capture of said butt on my site, grouchyeditor.com.

7. Finally, are women funny? Some are, some aren't. Society encourages men to be funny, so more of them are, and discourages women who are funny, so less of them are.

loved itReviewed bycookiecaroline-89283Vote: 10/10

I liked it. I think that it address the topic well, I applaud it for focusing on a topic that not many people pay attention to. I wish more people would be less biased against women, and I wish people would stop saying "I think women ARE funny ... but none of these women are funny." I saw it on Netflix, and I had to watch it because the topic is important. I think documenting this issue through Bonnie's lens is good for it, because she is a female comic (and I think she's funny) and we get a taste of what these female comics think when they hear "women just aren't funny," but they have to be calm and nice to this jerk because otherwise they'd be accused of being all "period-y."

My one critique is that I felt like while the emotional bits were very good, they felt a bit scripted (maybe they weren't at all and I'm being crazy, but that was my impression.) However, I really loved the tie up with the show at the end, I thought all the jokes they showed were hilarious, and I loved the Dane Cook bit.

Screw the haters. Women are very funny. And this documentary is funny.

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