Blue Collar Comedy Tour - One for the Road (Widescreen Edition)
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Top Customer Reviews
Bill Engvall, Ron White, Larry the Cable Guy, and Jeff Foxworthy return with their all-new, best material for a crowd that is electrified. With their PG-13 humor, they make fun of everyone, especially southern, redneck, America.
Foxworthy delivers a new bit on "Fashion Tips for Rednecks". Engvall describes his first massage, Larry pleads with God "Lord, you know I am only a C student" and Ron White lets loose on dogs, including his own beloved bulldog.
Great fun - lot's of laughs and a terrific audience!
I liked them sitting together showing photos of themselves when they were young. Being their age, I remember how ugly clothes was back then and I had to snicker at how bad we all looked in the 1970s.
I would have given it 5 stars if Ron White was better.
1. If this is the first time you have become acquainted with the gang, this will likely be a 5-star experience. The bits are still funny, and the "old pictures" segment to close out the show is almost worth the price alone.
2. However, if you have already viewed parts one and two in the series, then (for likely the first time) the material will begin to really feel stale. "Rides Again" began the over-exposure, while this one only continues the process. Without that great last segment, the entire show would have really felt musty.
In terms of evaluating each individual comedian:
Bill Engvall: A bright spot; really engaging stories that may be his best performance of the three.
Ron White: A step back from "Rides Again"; loses some of that biting wit/sarcasm that is his hallmark.
Jeff Foxworthy: Spends WAY too much time on one rather uninteresting subject, and routine suffers as a result.
Larry the Cable Guy: Same old, same old here as even big-draw Larry starts to get a bit derivative and sinks into out-and-out crudity a bit too much.
Thus, your opinion of this third (and last) entry into the Blue Collar film series will likely be determined by your previous forays into the series. By and large, the jokes are still funny, but their freshness is what is seriously called into question.
All new material, fast paced and as usual, only people with a good sense of humour will really appreciate the combined talents of these 3 comedians.
I thought this installment easily was up to the level of the rest of them, and that end bit with the photos was the funniest end bit of all of the shows. Each of the guys' comedy was right on and had me laughing endlessly. In this one, all four routines were well spaced and perfectly long enough to be fully satisfied, plus the material seemed very fresh and new. The finale was also absolutely hilarious in seeing old photos of the guys from years before. Some of them were obviously doctored by a computer, but the guys' reactions to them were great. This was an awesome movie, the Blue Collar boys hitting a home run in their last at-bat. Overall, a must buy!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I wish they were still doing shows together this is a really great moviePublished 7 months ago by EricaD310
Love the Blue Collar guys!!!........Wish they would do a reunion tour!!!!Published 10 months ago by Candee F.
Just love love love these guys and I can't get enough.. Ever!! Still laughing just thinking about it!Published 10 months ago by Violetta Carr