Experience the show that quickly became a national phenomenon, and get an up-close and personal look at Kevin Hart back in Philly, where he began his journey to become one of the funniest comedians of all time. You will laugh 'til it hurts.
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Will 'Spank' Horton
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I like Kevin Hart in movies but I wasn't impressed with this film.
'KEVIN HART: LET ME EXPLAIN': Two and a Half Stars (Out of Five)
A stand-up comedy concert film featuring comedian Kevin Hart doing material from his 2012 'Let Me Explain' comedy tour. It was filmed in front of a sold-out crowd at Madison Square Garden and directed by Leslie Small and Tim Story. The movie also features clips from other shows on Hart's tour as well. If you're a fan of Kevin Hart's stand-up comedy you'll probably enjoy the movie but if you're not in to his comedy style (like me) than you probably won't get a kick out of it (it's as simple as that).
The movie opens with Kevin Hart talking to his friends at a party trying to explain his relationship troubles and current success. As he becomes frustrated with trying to explain himself he gets the idea of doing a show at Madison Square Garden where he can explain himself to everyone. He then rushes to a show there right away. The film shows clips of other concerts on his tour before playing the Madison Square Garden show in it's entirety.
I like Kevin Hart in movies, I think he's a very funny and likable actor, but seeing his stand-up comedy for the first time (in this movie) I was not impressed. I think he talks too fast and acts too much like a spaz to be relatable at all. His jokes are OK but nothing 'laugh out loud' hilarious. To be fair I'm not a big fan of most stand-up comedy in general; there are very few comedians who can really make me laugh. So I wouldn't say Hart is much worse than anyone else. I wasn't impressed with this film though.
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