The action scene in the villain's office is a tribute to The Equalizer (2014), on which he takes out a gang using a corkscrew, after measuring up all the goons' weapons, counting how long he would take to kill them and timing himself while doing it, all done effortlessly. See more »
We in Da City
Written by Young Dro (as Djuan Hart), Darryl McCorkell, Swirv (as Irvin Devine Whitlow), Dina Marto, Deshawn Kennedy
Performed by Young Dro
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Kevin Hart's worse performance
I'm glad that this is Kevin Hart's last stand-up.. because it was downright awful. He uses the same formula as his last 4 stand ups. Stories about his family, relationships, and lots of screaming. It's more similar in style than Infinity Warfare is to Black Ops 3. But that's not even why it's bad..
The jokes just weren't funny. Toilet humor, some sex toy jokes, and other cringey jokes. Some of the jokes that were decent was so drawn out that it became very awkward. Even the faces from the fans looked like they were trying hard just to chuckle at his jokes. Literally his last joke at the end was the only one that made me laugh.
I really didn't want to be believe the prior reviews, but this stand-up is hands down his worse and I think a 3/10 is a very accurate rating considering he is one of the the best selling comedians of the decade.
Just to let you know, I am still a Kevin Hart fan. I've watched his last 4 stand-ups at least 3 times each. But this did not even come close to expectations. I would not pay $5 or $10 for this. I would watch it online for free. If you are looking for something funny and new I would watch Chris Tucker's "Live" on Netflix. It has authentic humor and only gets better each time you watch it. (I'm actually re-watching it right now as I write this) I also logged in just to write this review. My first log-in in 5 years. (Surprised I still knew my password)
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