June 28, 2002
Comedienne Margaret Cho's last concert film dealt mostly with her former bouts with drug and alcohol addiction. However, this movie goes back to her standup comedy days. It doesn't focus on one topic, but instead takes on "colonics, locating the elusive G-spot, the embarrassing world of underground sex clubs for heterosexuals, or just how men would deal if they were the ones that got visits from Aunt Flo every month."
Cho has been on the standup comedy circuit since the tender age of 16. She has remained a force in this highly-competitive profession. She has never been one to back down from a topic or state her mind. Of course, this has not made her popular with a lot of people, but her loyal following remains faithful. Her comedy can be extremely raunchy and offensive, but always funny.
This movie was filmed live in Seattle during her latest 37-day tour. From a box-office perspective, this should bring in some impressive per-screen numbers. Her last film, I'm the One that I Want, made a record $1.4 million with only nine prints in circulation. (Marty Doskins/BOP)