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||IMDB Rating: 5.4/10 from R votes
||Release: 2 August 2002 (USA) /
||Genre: Biography, Comedy, Documentary
||Stars: Art Cohan, Christopher Halsted, Dayna Devon, Kevin Carter, Kris Carraway-Bowman, Martin Lawrence, Mikki Padilla, Nancy O'Dell, Paul Keeley, Renato Powell
||Synopsis: The controversial bad-boy of comedy delivers a piercing look at his life, lifting the metaphorical smokescreen that he feels has clouded the public view, commenting on everything from the dangers of smoking to the trials of relationships, and unleashing a nonstop litany of raucous anecdotes, stinging social commentary and very personal reflections about life. Written by Anonymous
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I had heard positive things about this concert film and had hear that
even those unimpressed with Lawrence's films had to give him props.
Although I have found his films to be puerile and unfunny more often
than not I somehow find him personally to be pretty amusing in his
delivery. So in a way I was quite looking forward to this film. Things
didn't look that good early on as the film opens with a look back over
the recent media controversy surrounding Lawrence and is essentially
him putting two fingers up at all those who have, in his eyes, unfairly
criticised and picked on him. It is embarrassing to watch as he seems
to be telling us that the attention given him (as a global celebrity)
is somehow unjustified.
I hoped this would just be the build-up under the credits and that the
show would be a solid piece of stand up. Unfortunately he continues
early on with him announcing he would tell his own story and so on but
at least he soon got over it. But when his next topic was 9/11 I wished
he had stayed where he was because in reality this section was nothing
more than Lawrence racially attacking Muslims for all looking like Bin
Laden and even a joke about how he had beaten up an Indian man behind
stage just in case. He segues from this into the importance of beating
your child (and indeed waiting for it outside the vagina so you can
start kicking it then), material about sex after pregnancy (including a
piece about "titties" that makes Benny Hill look like Oscar Wilde), bad
drunks and the humour of domestic violence. Suffice to say that not of
it is that funny and is about as basic as you can imagine.
By covering all this type of material Lawrence shows himself to be very
much a base comedian in that his material appeals to an audience raised
on sitcoms, swearing and who nod their heads and laugh uncontrollably
at the most basic stereotypes and race clichés. His racist jibs are
squarely aimed at every other culture apart from African-American,
whereas with that group he seems to enjoy the failings of his culture.
With people like Chris Rock and such you get it that they are critical
of such things but with Lawrence he celebrates it. His material is
predominately crude and tasteless, whether it is sexist, racist or just
so broad that at times you sense he is close to losing some sections of
the audience. Contrasting this with moments of trite insincerity just
makes it even worse. There is no denying that he has good presence and
runs the stage well but it is disappointing that he seems happy with
such basic material.
Overall then a real disappointment of a show. The material is as basic
as could be and rarely has any touch of invention or genuine wit across
it. His audience mostly lap it up and I suppose those that have loved
his recent films will love it however the majority of us should not
be taking their enjoyment as a recommendation. Crude and basic stuff
throughout and only worth a look for those die-hard fans of Martin's
brand of comedy.
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, Christopher Halsted
, Dayna Devon
, Kevin Carter
, Kris Carraway-Bowman
, Martin Lawrence
, Mikki Padilla
, Nancy O'Dell
, Paul Keeley
, Renato Powell
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