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Cedric the Entertainer: Starting Lineup (2002)

"Cedric The Entertainer's Starting Lineup" filmed in the boxing ring at the Biloxi Grand Casino in Biloxi Mississippi, is highlighted by a hilarious stand up performance from Cedric that ... See full summary »

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"Cedric The Entertainer's Starting Lineup" filmed in the boxing ring at the Biloxi Grand Casino in Biloxi Mississippi, is highlighted by a hilarious stand up performance from Cedric that showcases his dynamic comedic flair in front of an enthusiastic audience. Joining Cedric are some of his friends who take the stage to show off their comedic skills alongside one of the Original Kings of Comedy. Written by All Brand New Material, Raw Uncut, and hilarious....

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19 April 2016 | by (Greece) – See all my reviews

I came to this after seeing this man as part of the Original Kinds of Comedy. Interested to see some more, I picked this one at random.

It's okay, nothing particularly interesting. Sometimes it's just a show, only another stop in a tour, nothing more to say. But how about we say something more just for the heck of it? How about we say that sometimes the performer is so inspired, he sets the place on fire? How about sometimes the audience is so fiery and loving it, it seduces fire out of the man? And in other, rare times it's some strange confluence of cosmic gear where the world outside aligns with inside to bring us to a night that acquires significance?

If you had to guess, would you expect anything extraordinary from a show staged in a boxing ring in a casino hotel?


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