Stark Raving Black Productions proudly presents the comedy of Lewis Black in 80 minutes of outrageous topical stand-up humor. Shot at the historic Fillmore Theatre in Detroit, Stark Raving ...
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Stark Raving Black Productions proudly presents the comedy of Lewis Black in 80 minutes of outrageous topical stand-up humor. Shot at the historic Fillmore Theatre in Detroit, Stark Raving Black features Lewis Black serving up his blistering social and political commentary on current events. The movie is the culmination of his very best material from his sold-out shows throughout North America and Europe in 2009. Written by
I was pleasantly surprised by this comedy special. Over the past few years, Lewis Black has become one of my favorite comedians because with the way the world has become, Lewis Black sees the real deal and reveals it to his audience, with a twist, his humor and mannerisms and comedy. He allows us to laugh at all the quirks in the government and politics, and being one that doesn't follow that stuff I learn a lot from his stand up but also enjoy the heck out of his performances! Lewis Black is not incredibly vulgar but he has a few choice words that I wouldn't want my kids to hear if I had them. He is very sweet at times, but very blunt and so you never know what to expect out of him.
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