The Best Jay Chapman Movies Ranked And Where to Watch them

If you're looking for the best Jay Chapman movies of all time then here is a definitive list. We rank every movie directed by Jay Chapman based on their popularity score from IMDB from best to worst. Click on the ‘see more’ button to find out where to watch them in Australia covering all streaming services. In August 2021 there are 34 films in this list.

List of the Best Movies Directed by Jay Chapman In Order of Popularity

  1. Chris Porter: Ugly and Angry
  2. Tom Segura: Completely Normal
  3. Jim Gaffigan: Obsessed
  4. Gary Gulman: In This Economy?
  5. Craig Ferguson: Just Being Honest
  6. Tom Papa: Freaked Out
  7. Jim Breuer: And Laughter for All
  8. Tom Papa: Human Mule
  9. Craig Ferguson: I'm Here to Help
  10. Colin Quinn: Unconstitutional
  11. Kathleen Madigan: Madigan Again
  12. Steve Byrne: Champion
  13. Arnez J. : Racially Motivated
  14. Christian Finnegan: The Fun Part
  15. Moshe Kasher: Live in Oakland
  16. D.L. Hughley: Clear
  17. Todd Barry: Spicy Honey
  18. Iliza Shlesinger: War Paint
  19. Morgan Murphy: Irish Goodbye
  20. Sinbad: Make Me Wanna Holla!
  21. Dana Gould: I Know It's Wrong
  22. Craig Ferguson: Tickle Fight
  23. D.L. Hughley: Contrarian
  24. Brian Posehn: The Fartist
  25. Kevin Nealon: Whelmed, But Not Overly
  26. Tammy Pescatelli: Finding the Funny
  27. Michael Ian Black: Very Famous
  28. Bob Saget: Zero to Sixty
  29. Brent Weinbach: Appealing to the Mainstream
  30. Lisa Lampanelli: Back to the Drawing Board
  31. Shane Mauss: Mating Season
  32. Lucas Brothers: On Drugs
  33. Brad Paisley's Comedy Rodeo
  34. Janeane Garofalo: If I May

The top 34 Movies directed by Jay Chapman

1. Chris Porter: Ugly and Angry

Rated: Not Rated

7.8/10

Comedian Chris Porter humorously complains about the stupidity of everyday life.

2. Tom Segura: Completely Normal

Rated: Not Rated

7.8/10

Levelheaded stand-up Tom Segura shares offhand appraisals on hotels and opens up about his hobbies and digestive ailments in this comedy special.

3. Jim Gaffigan: Obsessed

Rated: TV-14

7.6/10

Jim Gaffigan bursts back on the scene with this eagerly anticipated fourth comedy special. Dubbed the "King of Clean Comedy" by The Wall Street Journal, Jim's obsession with all things food comes to fruition on "Obsessed" as he tackles a cornucopia of new food topics from fruit to seafood to donuts. Get ready for 70 minutes of non-stop laughs at Jim's twisted-yet-enlightened observations on the seemingly mundane topics that have made him a fixture in the comedy world for audiences of all ages.

4. Gary Gulman: In This Economy?

Rated: TV-PG

7.5/10

Money is a running theme in Gary Gulman's comedy special, In This Economy?, where he shares some of his money-saving tips, like staying in a relationship and buying a water filter. He talks about his obsession with Bill Gates, who is worth $59 billion, and launches into an imaginary dialogue between Bill Gates and Donald Trump. His stories about the financial triumph of a parking ticket turning out to be a coupon for Bed Bath & Beyond and finding a $20 bill in his coat pocket and thus being able to afford the $2 guacamole at Chipotle are laughably relatable.

5. Craig Ferguson: Just Being Honest

Rated: Unrated

7.3/10

In his second comedy special for EPIX, Craig Ferguson puts his sometimes cheeky, always irreverent spin on universal topics from sex and drugs to rock & roll-including his hilarious experiences with Mick Jagger and Kenny G.

6. Tom Papa: Freaked Out

Rated: TV-14

7.3/10

A frequent guest of late night talk shows, Tom Papa showcases his uniquely optimistic humor in his first EPIX comedy special, executive produced by Rob Zombie. In HD.

7. Jim Breuer: And Laughter for All

Rated: TV-PG

7.2/10

No longer a metal head, a stoner or a Goat Boy, SNL's Jim Breuer deals with being a middle aged suburban dad in his first comedy special for Epix. In HD.

8. Tom Papa: Human Mule

Rated: TV-14

7.2/10

Comedian Tom Papa knows exactly what a mule feels like. Well, sorta. His third hour-long stand-up special.

9. Craig Ferguson: I'm Here to Help

Rated: Not Rated

7.2/10

Craig Ferguson wants to tell a joke. And he'll try to finish the joke. But he may not remember to get to the punchline, because he's distracted by hysterical thoughts of fatherhood, Helen of Troy, and shark penises. The host of CBS's The Late Late Show unleashes his trademark stream-of-consciousness comedy before a sold-out Washington, DC crowd. Definitely not for children. Or the easily offended. Or Mel Gibson.

10. Colin Quinn: Unconstitutional

Rated: Not Rated

7.1/10

Unconstitutional, covers the creation of the United States Constitution and its effect on the American psyche. Quinn examines how the three branches of government are similar to people in a bar, why most U.S. presidents are unattractive, and how the Kardashians reflect on our country.

11. Kathleen Madigan: Madigan Again

Rated: Not Rated

7.1/10

Kathleen Madigan drops in on Detroit to deliver material derived from time spent with her Irish Catholic Midwest family, eating random pills out of her mother's purse, touring Afghanistan, and her love of John Denver and the Lunesta butterfly.

12. Steve Byrne: Champion

Rated: Not Rated

7.0/10

Steve Byrne, the star of Sullivan & Son, brings his high-energy flair to a live audience in his latest & most personal work in his new one-hour comedy special, Champion.

13. Arnez J. : Racially Motivated

Rated: Not Rated

6.9/10

Arnez is back in in his element as he performs gutbusting impressions and tells stories of his family life in this one-hour special. His spastic comedy will leave you howling.

14. Christian Finnegan: The Fun Part

Rated: Not Rated

6.9/10

Funny guy Christian Finnegan gabs in his disarmingly honest manner about everything from America's role in the world to his own sexual humiliations.

15. Moshe Kasher: Live in Oakland

Rated: Not Rated

6.8/10

Oakland-bred comic and best-selling author Moshe Kasher comes back to the Bay Area in this standup special. Back on his home turf, Kasher finds comedy in these uproarious stories about the people he's met -and how they see him

16. D.L. Hughley: Clear

Rated: Unrated

6.8/10

Legendary comedian D.L. Hughley takes the stage at the Regency Ballroom in San Francisco for his new hilarious stand up special, Clear. In this uproarious performance, Hughley riffs on everything from the value of having nosy white neighbors to Colorado legalizing marijuana.

17. Todd Barry: Spicy Honey

Rated: TV-14

6.8/10

With bone-dry wit, stand-up comic Todd Barry dissects texting emergencies, Hitler's taste in wine, pricey soap, cheap pizza and much more.

18. Iliza Shlesinger: War Paint

Rated: Not Rated

6.7/10

Her innocent good looks are just a cover for Last Comic Standing winner Iliza Shlesinger's acerbic, stream-of-conscious comedy that she unleashes on an unsuspecting audience in her hometown of Dallas in her stand-up special "War Paint."

19. Morgan Murphy: Irish Goodbye

Rated: Not Rated

6.7/10

Morgan Murphy brings dry and self-deprecating wit to the stage for this hilarious, gin-soaked special. Murphy's first target is always herself, but won't hesitate to bring down everyone from Planned Parenthood to teenage sexters.

20. Sinbad: Make Me Wanna Holla!

Rated: TV-14

6.7/10

"Make Me Wanna Holla" is an all-out stand-up special featuring a riotous original performance by the king of comedy, Sinbad, recorded live in Detroit in his home state of Michigan. It covers everything he sees in his life, from the life advice his parents gave him, to why he is tired of people with no talent having clothing lines, as well as explaining who he "really" is. Don't miss the chance to experience the "hit'em in the face" style from the king of comedy himself.

21. Dana Gould: I Know It's Wrong

Rated: TV-MA

6.6/10

Dana Gould, the comedian and writer best known for his work on the hit TV show "The Simpsons," left that comfortable job to pursue his first love: stand-up comedy. In his highly anticipated special "I Know It's Wrong," Gould takes on the absurdities of modern life through his pop-culture obsessed lens. There's no middle-ground when it comes to the blaring, unapologetic, and off-the-wall funny special. Dana Gould has arrived, and the stand-up world is all the richer for it, in this special taped at the Neptune Theater in Seattle, WA.

22. Craig Ferguson: Tickle Fight

Rated: TV-MA

6.6/10

Cheeky comic Craig Ferguson keeps it casual as he discusses 1970's porn, Japanese toilets and his mildly crime-filled days as a talk show host.

23. D.L. Hughley: Contrarian

Rated: N/A

6.6/10

Hughley keeps his audience in hysterics as he tells it like it is about the hypocrisy of racism in America, being a man during the #MeToo movement, why cell phones are ruining relationships, and parents who don't follow warning signs.

24. Brian Posehn: The Fartist

Rated: Not Rated

6.5/10

In Brian Posehn's new standup special, "The Fartist," he raises the questions every parent needs to ask. Like when's the right time to tell your kid about Star Wars, or how much should you tip a stripper?

25. Kevin Nealon: Whelmed, But Not Overly

Rated: TV-14

6.3/10

Comedian and new father Kevin Nealon muses on his anxieties about being a parent, chimpanzees, celebrity crop-dusting and shrink-wrapped enemas.

26. Tammy Pescatelli: Finding the Funny

Rated: Not Rated

6.3/10

Wife and mother Tammy Pescatelli, winner of Comedy Central's "Stand-up Showdown," lives the same life that you do -- except that she makes it seem hilarious in this spirited one-hour comedy special.

27. Michael Ian Black: Very Famous

Rated: Not Rated

6.2/10

Michael Ian Black is very famous. Well, he's not that famous, but he keeps telling the world he is. Filmed live in Philadelphia, Michael Ian Black's sarcastic sense of humor comes to the stage in his latest comedy special.

28. Bob Saget: Zero to Sixty

Rated: TV-MA

6.2/10

Grammy nominated comedian Bob Saget returns to his home, on the stand-up stage, in his new special, "Bob Saget: Zero To Sixty". Filmed as a warm embrace in these troubling times, the comedy...

29. Brent Weinbach: Appealing to the Mainstream

Rated: R

5.9/10

Brent Weinbach is weird. In this show, Brent attempts to adjust his quirky personality so that he can fit in with the world around him, which would be valuable to his career as a comedian ...

30. Lisa Lampanelli: Back to the Drawing Board

Rated: TV-MA

5.9/10

In Lisa Lampanelli's fifth stand-up special, the world's edgiest insult comic has a radically different look after her 100-pound weight loss and funky haircut. She's newly divorced and has re-started her entire life.

31. Shane Mauss: Mating Season

Rated: Unrated

5.7/10

Shane Mauss, an honorary evolutionary psychologist, brings countless years of watching Animal Planet to aid in discussions of Snoop Dogg, crouton factories, and other important things.

32. Lucas Brothers: On Drugs

Rated: N/A

5.5/10

Deadpan twin comics Keith and Kenny Lucas take the stage in Brooklyn with a set that touches on drugs, race, Deion Sanders, teachers and O.J. Simpson.

33. Brad Paisley's Comedy Rodeo

Rated: N/A

5.5/10

Country music star Brad Paisley hosts a night of music and laughs with comics Nate Bargatze, John Heffron, Jon Reep, Sarah Tiana and Mike E. Winfield.

34. Janeane Garofalo: If I May

Rated: Not Rated

4.3/10

Filmed live in San Francisco, Janeane Garofalo takes on society's intolerance of gluten and House Hunters International. With her unapologetic attitude, Janeane proudly states her AARP membership, her love for Febreze but the disdain for their commercials, and her disinterest in doctors.