Comedian Kevin Hart reflects on the events from the past year that have shaped his life. See more »
WHY ARE YOU SO MAD?
First off, I NEVER WRITE REVIEWS. This is literally my first one.
If you are not a fan of Kevin for whatever reason, why sit through an entire series of his just to review it on the internet. If im not a fan of someone's I just don't support them. People spend so much time trying to bring someone down and for what?
The man made a couple of bad jokes. But they are jokes people. Comedians joke about far worse things like rape and murder. That is their job to find something funny in the bad parts of life. This time the bad part was that as black men, we are raised to be homophobic. It's just the truth. If a boy growing up that was doing something suspect of being gay, they're friends or family would tell them, "stop that that's gay." It's just what happened. Kevin's jokes could have been executed better but like Dave Chapelle said, comedians need that space to sometimes not get it right.
This docuseries might be the best project I've seen from him. I looked up the editor to see what else they have worked on (something I've never done) it was so good. Thoroughly entertaining, funny, and inspiring.
Of course he has an ego. You don't become the biggest comedian the world has ever seen without one. Trying to turn ambition into something negative is immature. Of course the docuseries is self-promoting. Any project is an attempt to promote yourself. Any standup special is self-promoting. But the fact that he left in all of his mishaps makes you respect him.
The purpose was not to continue to apologize, but to be transparent while entertaining. Mission accomplished.
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