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Tracy Morgan: Black and Blue (2010)

Put the kids to bed and get ready to throw your inhibitions out the window as red-hot comedian/actor Tracy Morgan makes his HBO stand-up debut--a performance in which no subject, celebrity or situation will be off-limits.

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Put the kids to bed and get ready to throw your inhibitions out the window as red-hot comedian/actor Tracy Morgan makes his HBO stand-up debut--a performance in which no subject, celebrity or situation will be off-limits.

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not "laugh out loud" funny
19 April 2011 | by See all my reviews

As a person who's not familiar with Tracy Morgan's work i was disappointed by this HBO show. Sure i've seen him pop up a few times in cameos on various films and have seen TV trailers of him in the show 30 Rock (a program i've never watched).

What disappointed me was that here's a guy who's been around for a pretty long time, gets on a public microphone for the first time..and STEALS other comedians material via recycling jokes. If you've ever heard of Eddie Griffin i urge you to compare the two and see that i'm not bullshitting.

As my above title indicates, its comedy that you can ponder on for a while, but nothing memorable. Not once did i feel the need to burst out in "ha ha ha's!" He had good jokes but the delivery just wasn't sharp enough.

In Conclusion? I still say he stole 4 or 5 classic Eddie Griffin routines, this is good for a time killer but not something i'd recommend paying to see. Any amount of respect I was willing to give to this comedian has been withdrawn!


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