Pauly Shore Stands Alone is a 2014 comedy documentary film about Pauly Shore. It was produced by Peter Clune and Joey Vigour, edited by Joey Vigour and Troy Takaki, and directed by Shore himself. It premiered on Showtime (TV network) in December 2014. The film follows actor and comedian Pauly Shore on a cold midwestern tour of small comedy venues in Wisconsin and Minnesota as he interacts with fans and deals with health issues and the realities of mortality.
The documentary opens with a brief clip from Shore's 1993 HBO special Pauly Does Dallas, followed by a title card reading "22 years later." Pauly, now age 45, prepares for his standup comedy tour and speaks about his life and about his ailing mother, Mitzi Shore. Pauly then leaves on his trip for Wisconsin and Minnesota and meets several colorful characters along the way.