Most helpful positive review
6 of 8 people found the following review helpful
on November 27, 2009
Dane Cook has always been a comedian that went 'out there' to provide humor and provided animated moves and outrageous comments sometimes to keep people entertained and to latch onto and keep the attention of his audience. He doesn't differ from that line during this show, but he knows what his audience likes, so he knows how many different angles and points to touch upon during his show. A bit of change in this tour/dvd is that he makes a point to talk about his personal life, losing his parents, which I admired. He let his audience in on a bit of his life not a lot of people had heard about, or understood. He let us in on that part of his life that meant the most to him, and I'm amazed he shared it with us, but glad he did. A lot of his fans heard of his tragic event, and, well, he let us in on a piece of it, so we could relate and understand how he went through that turmoil. Humor got him through that, which is why he has been so strong through all of his work, even after he lost both of his parents. It's his therapy, its his life. :) I have an upmost profound respect for Cook since seeing him live, I hope to again soon.