Even if you're not a fan of Steve Martin, there is some fascinating back story to the changing work of comedy from the 70s to mid 90s. And if you are fan, well that's a win-win no matter the situation.
Performed amazingly by the man himself. Gives a first hand look into the struggles Steve Martin went thorough to achieve what he achieved, and what it was like being thrown into the spotlight. I enjoyed it a lot
I like the unvarnished view of the strive for success. The keys to success according to Steve seem to me to be to never give up trying and learning and never drinking on the job.
In these memoirs we learn that Steve Martin's life has be richer and deeper than we may have guessed. I do recommend it.
It went back to Martin's early life, when he did stand-up. Interesting to see how his life progressed until he gave up stand-up to move forward in his career.
Short and sweet!
Steve Martin telling his own story. It's as good as you want it to be. You really learn what makes him tick and it made me appreciate him even more.
I expected it to be more comedic in its narration and in the end, because it was not, gave me a sense of who he really is. A surprising delight.