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Steve Harvey: Don't Trip... He Ain't Through with Me Yet (2006)

Steve Harvey, one of the Original Kings of Comedy, leaves his blue material at home in this stand-up performance in front of church-folk at the Phillips Arena in Atlanta, Georgia.

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In Don't Trip ... He Ain't Through with Me Yet, Harvey continues to relate his unique views on church, children, African-American culture and families. The faith-based community has enjoyed Harvey's spin on "church life" since he began participating in MegaFest over three years ago. Harvey retains his "keep it real" attitude while delivering hysterical insights on everyday situations. Written by CodeBlack Entetrainment

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Rated PG for some language and suggestive humor
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$164,926 (USA) (17 March 2006)

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$311,258 (USA) (7 April 2006)
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25 March 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Yesterday, after being at an all day symposium, I needed a good laugh and I got one. At first, My intention was to see "Inside Man" or 16 Blocks." but when I saw Steve Harvey's name, that did it for me. I was right. I laughed hard and loud because I connected with most of what he was saying. Also, I have been battling with the concept of "how to be a Christian." Watching Steve helped me to stop being so hard on myself. He bears his soul and he speaks to the idea that, as human beings, we are not perfect. I advise everyone to check this movie out. It emphasizes and sustains the reality of the true nature of human beings. One thing I am certain of after watching this film is that God, in his wisdom, "ain't through with me yet." Mitzie


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