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Comedy sketches that don't work and comedians that aren't that funny
Okay, I laughed a few times. Overall, however, I did not enjoy this film. It is basically a stand-up film (Think Blue Collar Comedy Tour or Eddie Murphy's Raw) with sketches and skits thrown in between the stand up monologues. The problem is that it just isn't that funny. In fact, the stand up routines that only lasted a minute or two in The Singles Ward were a lot funnier and showed LDS humor in a better light. I did like the way one comedian started off his routine as if it was an LDS sacrament talk, but when he finished that bit, he just seemed to trail off to nowhere. The Apple Brothers, part of the between stand-ups comedy relief, were an old joke that got really lame and stupid as time went on (not even my children laughed at them). For good LDS humor, stay with The Singles Ward.
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