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95 Miles to Go2004

  • 3.4
Before "Everybody Loves Raymond" debuted, Ray Romano was one of the top touring comedians in the country. At the height of his sitcom's popularity, Romano revisited his stand-up roots, hitting the road with long-time friend and opening act, Tom Caltabiano, who decided to film the tour. This ultimate fly-on-the-wall documentary came about when Romano rejected the idea of a large camera crew. So instead, Tom plucked wide-eyed USC student Roger Lay, Jr. out of Filmmaking 101 and dropped him into the backseat of the duo's rental car. Everything is here: from the comic's adrenaline-filled walk to the stage to the hilarious intimacy of two comedians locked in a car together for hundreds of miles. You'll never guess why Ray eagerly rents a motel room in the backwoods of Georgia for five minutes.

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Really enjoyed it. Well-edited, too, I thought. Very genuine -and naturally funny. As a former working stand-up, I appreciated the process of the (short) tour. Offers great insight. If you wanna get an idea of what it's like in the day of a life on the road as a funny-man, this a good one. Makes me wanna go back on the road. -Biggo