Hosts Ryan Bull and Tony Christ of Cinema SitDown are doing a classic film review on episode 221. Tony has picked The King of Comedy, which is one of his favorite Robert De Niro films . This 1983 film directed by Martin Scorsese is about an unsuccessful comic who wants his moment in the spotlight and will do whatever it takes to achieve his dream.
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