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It has been told that
laughter is a cure. Even if that statement is inaccurate one can argue that no
harm did ever come from it either. The cause of laughter is mostly recognized
as the comedy. The term itself, by contemporary definition, is any discourse or
work generally intended to be humorous or to amuse by inducing laughter. The
roots of comedy, however, date back to the ancient Greece. Since its origin,
comedy has evolved in various directions, from an academic form to the present
day genres such as stand up or slapstick comedy.
In this category we have compiled for you countless hours of
video materials with a single purpose of making you laugh and see the bright
side of life. Discover what happens at the hilarious beard and mustache word
championship, a bi-annual, established on the 1990. With an amazing seven
seasons behind them, the ever skeptical duo Penn and Teller are back.
See what they have prepared for the viewers in the latest
season of the longest running series on Show Time. If life did not play out the
way you wanted and all of your TV inspired expectations failed miserably, than
you should probably have a look at what Charlie Brooker has to say on the
subject. Using a series of sketches, he explains to you how TV ruined your
life. Have a chance to see how the humorous entertainment is viewed in Asian
culture and discover the controversies revolving around it. Watch the documentary on these issues written
and directed by Faiza Ahmad Khan in June 2012 and see the satirical way in
which he addresses the issues at hand.
Enjoy these documentaries and video materials. Discover how
the art of making people laugh is viewed across the world and how the very
notion of comedy is being interpreted.
Jon Stewart is the host of a comedic news system called the
Daily Show. In case you're acquainted with his parody you might be amazed to
hear that this fake newscaster evaluated a standout amongst t...
This is a 2012 narrative film by director and writer Samuel
McAnallen and maker Dr Jenia Meng, featuring Gary Yourofsky, Drs. Steven Best,
Bernard Rollin, and Richard D. Ryder. It is the first narra...
How are limits characterized in satire? Is there a line, and
provided that this is true, when is it alright to cross it? Is it accurate to
say that it is in our tendency to make fun of things that m...