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Opened in Theaters: Wednesday, July 3rd, 2013

Directed by Leslie Small
Tim Story

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Kevin Hart: Let Me Explain
"Kevin Hart: Let Me Explain" captures the laughter, energy and mayhem from Hart's 2012 "Let Me Explain" concert tour, which spanned 10 countries and 80 cities, and generated over $32 million in...  View more >

R
pervasive language including sexual references

Starring Kevin Hart

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[--- Stay Away! ---]by George Jobson VIP MemberJul 9, 2013

I first notice Kevin Hart last yeare in a movie called "Think Like a Man." Back then, I notice a television ad for the movie as kevin Hart tries to promote himself as a Academy Award contender. Well for some strange reason, that didn't work. Now we get this concert movie in which the comedian in a sold out show at Madison Square Garden, talking about his past relationshps and screaming N -words and B words at the audience as if they were deaf. Sure as the movie open, I can understand the popularity of the comedian. He appear in Europe to sold out audiences. He even sold out his two shows at Madison Square Garden. 60,000 attended his two shows. I can't explain the reason why so many people come out to see her. I suspect that local radio stations are giving out free tickets to his shows. That could ve be a reason. And I can understand that a lot of people love the comedian, but if you ask me, he's not funny at all. At the start of the film there was mentions of Eddie Murphy, who is funnier than Hart, but no one mention the great Richard Pryor. In 1982, I saw the film "Richard Pryor: Live on the Sunstrip Strip" which he not only funny, but he was telling jokes about his near fatal cocaine basing accident, telling audiences that it's okay to laugh at his pain. Pryor is very funny and I was laughing at the comedian. 31 years later, there was Kevin Hart and he may be funny to you, but not funny to me.  

[--- Wait for Rental ---]by wetback39906 Jul 16, 2013



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