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Dennis Miller: All In (2006)

He's made a career exposing artifice, excess and pretense. So what's Dennis Miller doing in Sin City? He's making history headlining a stand-up special as part of the inaugural edition of ... See full summary »

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He's made a career exposing artifice, excess and pretense. So what's Dennis Miller doing in Sin City? He's making history headlining a stand-up special as part of the inaugural edition of The Comedy Festival in Las Vegas! Miller's seventh solo HBO comedy special was taped in front of a live audience at The Coliseum at Caesar's Palace. Written by Anonymous

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Dennis Miller: Do you think that during the Dust Bowl in the 1930s in the Midwest people thought "Wow, this must be global warming" or did they just think "Fuck, it hasn't rained in a while."
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I guess it depends on your perspective
25 November 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Funnylookingmonkey is looking at this from a decidedly liberal perspective. He/she should not be so presumptuous as to think their perspective is fact.

It is undeniable that Miller's slant has shifted from more liberal to more conservative, and what amazed me was that he has done something I've never heard any other comic do, including "conservative comedians" like Brad Stine, and that is attack liberals with jokes and satire and defend conservatives and still make it funny.

For some reason it either hasn't existed or it has been elusive....but Miller is the first to figure it out.

I had more laugh out loud moments with "All In" than any other show he has done....but the right leaning rhetoric wasn't what was funny, in fact, the rhetoric actually served as the set ups to punchlines that were actually very apolitical.

For the sake of full disclosure I would describe myself as a conservative....I do, however, as an avid comedy fan from childhood and amateur comic, consider myself pretty fair minded when it comes to comedy and what is funny (I am a David Cross fan, and he could be considered the yin to Miller's yang...THAT is how even handed I can be).

That said I highly recommend "All In"...I think it is groundbreaking for comedy...whether it is recognized as such or not.


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