Jesus Is Magic
Download links and information about Jesus Is Magic by Sarah Silverman. This album was released in 2006 and it belongs to Theatre/Soundtrack, Humor genres. It contains 15 tracks with total duration of 42:57 minutes.
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|1.||I Can Write a Show (Edited Version)||3:21|
|2.||That's What I Do (Skit)||5:11|
|4.||You're Gonna Die Soon (Edited Version)||1:30|
|5.||Ron Jeremy (Skit)||3:15|
|7.||I Don't Need Two Reasons (Skit)||1:32|
|8.||German Cars (Skit)||1:14|
|9.||I Love You More||1:52|
|15.||Give the Jew Girl Toys||2:20|
A movie starring Sarah Silverman (that silver-tongued genius who makes other female comedians blush with modesty), Bob Odenkirk, and Brian Posehn sounds like a sure-fire thing, especially with some songs written by Liam Lynch, co-creator of the genius Sifl & Olly TV show that MTV so disgracefully canceled. But the truth is, Jesus Is Magic works best when it's just Sarah on-stage alone. The songs sometimes pale when compared with the potency of Silverman's standup delivery, and the soundtrack suffers from erratic shifts in tone and momentum throughout. Sometimes the jokes don't translate well without the visuals, and then there are other moments during Silverman's standup that are just downright raunchy and effective. If you've never heard her standup before, brace yourself. This is just as blue as humor can get without being downright awful and offensive merely for the sake of being offensive.