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Blue Collar Comedy Tour: The Movie (2003)

PG-13 | | Comedy, Documentary | 28 March 2003 (USA)
The comedic stylings of four sort-of famous funnymen are brought to the big screen courtesy of this 2002 documentary.

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Rated PG-13 for some crude and sex-related humor | See all certifications »
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Trivia

Jeff Foxworthy said that he chose Ron White for the tour because Ron had been his opening act for several years, and he was "the most naturally funny guy I ever met." See more »

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While in the Spencer's Gifts store, Bill Engvall remarks, "This is the best store on the planet." To which Ron White replies, "It is." However, his lips do not move while saying that. See more »

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Jeff: I have two children, they are both girls, their ages are eight and ten. I live next door to my brother; he has three children, they are all girls, their ages are six, eight, and ten. My mother has nine grandchildren, they are all girls, the oldest one is thirteen years old. I live in the Estrogen Ocean!
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Referenced in Family Guy: Airport '07 (2007) See more »

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Venom Wearing Denim
Performed by Junior Brown
Published by Mike Curb Music / Jamieson Brown Music
Words and Music by Jamieson Brown
Jamieson Brown courtesy of Curb Entertainment
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Their own kind of cool
8 September 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I got this DVD after having seen bits of their humor before. I have seen it at least 5 times since. It just never gets old. Except for Larry TCG the characters do not seem to be acting. Even Larry is convincing a no-class bubba, but I have seen his early work before when he went by his give name (Dan Whitney). He is actually from Nebraska but he makes one great southern bubba (and I am from the deep south, so trust me on this one).

These guys all exude their own kind of cool. They are comfortable in their own skins and make you feel like they'd all be fun to hang out with. Jeff Foxworthy and Bill Engvall come across as two guys that you would like to have as neighbors or co-workers. Their humor never strays far from everyday life and its unexpected twists. It doesn't have to because they know how to tell a story.

Engvall's "here's your sign" jokes (he awards people a "stupid" sign to wear when they do or say something idiotic) and Foxworthy's "You may be a redneck if....." jokes abound and are still funny. Even though the material is a staple of their respective work, they keep updating it with new ones. For the die hard fans these jokes are a must. Foxworthy has some "new" redneck words as well.

Ron white, who comes across as a somewhat more intense character, is funny but a bit darker. His shows uses what appear to be real demons from his past to make you laugh, and laugh you will.

If I were to make a movie with these guys I'd put it in a used car lot in the deep south with Foxworthy and Engvall as quasi-straight salesmen selling various autos to the same type of people they usually make fun of. White would be the dubious owner and Larry TCG as the mechanic/tow truck driver (there's a stretch). It would be like the movie "Used Cars" meets "Green Acres".


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