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||IMDB Rating: 7.2/10 from 315 votes
||Release: August 2013 (USA) /
||Director: Zach Nial,
||Stars: Lewis Black
||Synopsis: In his ninth comedy special, Lewis Black tears into a country that is going nowhere at the speed of light. "Old Yeller" weaves the riotous tale of a country that is so strung out on ADD that it can't see straight. In his rabid attack, Mr. Black even turns on himself--and his entire generation. From cable television to the computer, from Facebook to Twitter, Mr. Black rages about the prison we've insanely created for ourselves. He snarls at the country's failure to find alternative energy sources while creating cell phones out of the realm of science fiction. He mauls our nation's leaders for their laughably inept handling of social security and health care--and failing to provide help on any level whatsoever. As Mr. Black puts it, "What are you going to do when the Democrats are dumb, the Republicans are stupid and the Tea Party doesn't even know what day it is?" He takes what makes us crazy and makes it funny. It's a night of live comedy you won't forget. . . but if you do, it's ... Written by Anonymous
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Sometimes you need historical perspective.
Robin Williams, no longer with us.
Don Rickles, still here, still funny, more icon than anything else.
Bill Cosby, no longer doing stand-up, he now does sit-down, and he has
some image issues.
Richard Jeni, one of the greatest comic talents I have ever seen, took
his own life, ostensibly because only a few of us saw just how good he
was. (Like Williams, he had issues).
Alan King, the first story-teller that dedicated the last few years of
his career to explaining the process of "growing old," long gone.
George Carlin, the man credited with creating "observational comedy"
(George once appeared on the Ed Sullivan show, the most prestigious gig
in the WORLD at that time, and said nothing for the entire spot, just
dead air -- Google it) gone. Besides, in the last few years of his
career he was mainly doing movie cameos and rants.
Black, middle-aged, is younger than most of the comics listed above but
his style is old-school. He is not a punch-line guy, he engages, he
slowly but carefully brings you into his world, gets you nice and
comfy, and then, makes you laugh.
Black, one of the hardest working guys in the biz, is from the Carlin
school. He admits that, early on, he found his material got more punch
if he pretended to get angry, the gimmick worked, and BANG, there was
an act, a career.
This is not his best special. As with all comics of his style, his best
material is his early material where he went after the "easy" targets
-- doctors, airplanes, bottled water.
And just like Carlin, as Black matures, the line between "bits" and
"rants" gets ever thinner.
But, to come full circle to where I started, he could easily be one of
the last great living exponents of a dying art.
You merely have to tune in any recent Comedy Central roast to see the
direction that standup is headed in.
Another reviewer said this is not a show to bring your parents to,
which in fact, Black did.
The reviewer got it backwards. This is precisely what you want to bring
your parents to in order to show what you have done with your life.
Now, those Comedy Central Roasts, that's quite another matter entirely.
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