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Let Me Explain [Blu-ray]

3.8 out of 5 stars 216 customer reviews

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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 ticket sales.

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  • Format: Multiple Formats, Blu-ray, Color, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region A/1 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Rated: R (Restricted)
  • Studio: Summit Inc/Lionsgate
  • DVD Release Date: October 15, 2013
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (216 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00EKR61K2
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #68,983 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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I got one real, real hard laugh out of this stand-up. I'm talking crying tears, couldn't breathe, clapping like a seal laugh. Unfortunately, that was one joke toward the end. Everything else was just moderately funny. I'd smile or chuckle, but nothing that was really -funny-.

If you were expecting another Grown Little Man, this isn't it.
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I love Kevin Hart but this wasn't his best stand up. It took forever for him to get into the comedy because the first 20-30 minutes are spent on him getting dissed at a party (lame and not funny) then the camera follows him and his crew on his worldwide comedy tour. He doesn't tell any jokes in this footage. It's just him saying thank you at the end of every show. Once you've endured the quite tedious beginning then we get into the comedy. I'll just be straightforward. His material (e.g., crazy girlfriend/wife, friends who can't cover for you, lying, relationships, etc) was done a long time ago. Been there done that. He may not have done it but other people have done. Plenty of people have done it. I was so bored with this stand up that I didn't even bother finishing it. I feel sorry for folks who saw this in the theater. Can we say ripped off?
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It wasn't as funny as his others. I would have been mad if I spent the price they were charging for them tickets in MSG. I would have been on fire! If you think is as good as laugh at my pain or the others think again.... Maybe worth the price for a rental but that's it....👏👏 facts
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I was expecting this movie to be as funny as all the other Kevin Hart movies/stand ups, but this one really was not that funny. It had a couple good moments but besides that I was just looking at how much time remained and hoping it would end sooner. I do not recommend watching this movie, it is not worth watching the whole thing for like 2 or 3 funny moments.
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Nothing funny here. This was my first experience with Kevin Hart, a man that is literally the least funny "comedian" I have ever seen. To put that in perspective, this dubious distinction was previously held by none other than CarrotTop.
For the first 9 minutes of the program, I didn't even detect any attempts at humor. An "after party" is being hosted by Kevin Hart, where his friends, associates and guests take turns interacting with Kevin with sort of a rowdy, party feel. It would be like if you walked around a wedding reception with a camcorder and taped various drunks making lame comments to one another for 9 minutes.
Then Kevin announces to one of his entourage that he needs him to "call the Garden to tell them he is on his way down there to get some shizz off of his chest."
The friend responds "Kevin all this food and you want Olive Garden man, fo real?"
Annoyed by his friend's lack of understanding, Kevin snaps back "No, Madison Square Garden..."
When his lackey argues about the need to call Madison Square Garden, Kevin gets fired up and tells him "I'll punch you... I will double punch your face. I'll break both of yo eyes."
Now, it was clear to me that because of Kevin's animated facial expressions and his 'hip hop inspired' manner of speech, this was intended to be funny If this sounds like a real knee slapper to you, then you will be in for a real treat with the rest of your viewing experience. If, like me, this doesn't even make you consider cracking a smile, let alone muster up a weak, half-hearted chuckle... then I think you will find the rest of Kevin's attempts at humor to be much of the same.
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He used to be funny....now he is just annoying....that divorce really must have messed him up....only got through 30 minutes,
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I'm a huge Kevin Hart fan. I eagerly awaited this movie, and as soon as it hit Redbox, I rented it and watched it.

Ultimately, it was a let-down, and confusing as well.

The first part of the movie was funny, and when Kevin pledged to "Explain" a lot of things, I was all ears.

But then the film took a bizarre and unexpected turn into megalomania which was boring and baffling (I ended up skipping it). Who was Kevin trying to impress? Obviously, not the fans watching the movie who don't care if he killed Denmark or not. We're just there for the jokes.

Finally, the Madison Square Garden performance began, but something was off. Although the stage caught fire, Kevin never did. He failed to hit his stride, but I kept waiting.

There is no doubt about it that Kevin is a genius. His physical actions and voices are usually so spot on, he's like a brilliant, one-man Shakespeare play. But very little of this sparkling genius was evident in this lackluster and "phoning-it-in" performance.

I did not even seen him go to his physical edge with his physical actions and facial expressions like he usually does; it just seemed to me he wasn't trying.

His material was half-*ssed and poorly edited. It just seemed to be a random hodge-podge of leftover standup he decided to make into a new show. He made few, if any, unique observations about life. He was mildly funny, but nowhere was his genius evident.

In addition, I did not feel he "Explained" anything he said he would at the beginning of the show. I thought there was going to be a comedic payoff for the beginning of the jokes planted at the beginning of the show. There never was. The audience was left holding the bag.
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