The Zen Diaries of Garry Shandling

2018

Biography / Comedy / Documentary / Drama

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IMDb Rating 8.4 10 1,606

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Adam Sandler as Self
Jim Carrey as Self - Actor
Sam Rockwell as Self
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1.29 GB
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English 2.0
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23.976 fps
259 min
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English 2.0
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23.976 fps
259 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by joshlangg 10 / 10 / 10

Thank you Judd. Thank you Garry.

My guess is that Garry Shandling would be very appreciative of how well of a job that Judd Apatow did on this wonderful documentary that chronicalized his life and spirituality. I had not had much exposure to Garry's comedy before watching this. After watching it, I have come away with the fact that he very well may have been the best performer of his time due to the way he held his material to such high standards and also because of the countless amount of people who he mentored. There is more to learn in this documentary than just how effortlessly funny Garry really was (although he worked tirelessly on his material). It shows the journey to enlightenment. How to accept ones place in the universe. How to resist being egotistical in an effort to not take life more seriously than it needs to be taken. Thank you Judd. Thank you Garry.

Reviewed by jameslewisactor 10 / 10 / 10

Outstanding truth!

The late comedian Garry Shandling was, without a doubt, funny. Sometimes falling-down funny, sometimes cringeworthy-funny. But always engaging. This documentary produced by his friend and writer Judd Apatow is outstanding. It's not fawning. But it gives a touching, honest inside view of the creative process. It's in 2 parts and it's long but not at all boring. I can always tell when a show is dragging because my butt starts to hurt. This didn't hurt my butt one bit.

Reviewed by miketobin-56828 10 / 10 / 10

Great work by Judd, touching doc

Being a bit too young to know Garry in his prime, I learned first of Shandling in Apatow's great jam packed interview book 'Sick in the Head.' The interview alone was enough to get me to check out the Larry Sanders show, watch old late night interviews on YouTube and invest time in Shandlings career.. This documentary expanded on the life of Garry Ten-fold in a truly beautiful and touching way. Judd has done a respectable and thorough job in showing us the life and mind of a comedic genius. I'll rewatch this one again for both entertainment and inspiration. Thank you Judd.

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