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Plot: Filmed at a sold-out performance at Madison Square Garden, comedian Kevin Hart delivers material from his 2012 "Let Me Explain" concert tour.
Runtime: 75 mins Release Date: 03 Jul 2013
Kevin Hart killed this performance. You literally don't go more than 3 minutes without laughing your butt off. Great one to watch with your friends, you'll be laughing even when the movie is over because you just cant stop talking about it. I cant wait to see what he has coming next. His last three stand up performances were all pretty great but I dare to say that this was probably his best one so far but not that much more I think that they were all pretty darn close to each other. But he does use new material every time with some old flashbacks that can be hilarious. I feel that <more>
Kevin Hart is the best comedian out right now and no one really compares. He's the Eminem of comedy.
I was entertained with every single second of this film. I especially loved the commentary from Kev's international fans. What I loved so much about Kevin's comedy is that he choose to openly discuss personal issues in a funny way. It was actually refresher to go to the movie and see a shorter film. The stage was magnificent and having the honor to preform at Madison Square Garden is befitting to Kevin Hart. I really needed a laugh I was doubled over with laughter the entire time. Kevin please keep them coming you are doing brilliant and I think the world of his comedy. He really is <more>
global. I don't want to give away any of the movie but he deals with some pretty heavy issues but hilariously.
Kevin is one of all times greatest comedians. He keeps it real in his shows. "Let Me Explain" kept me laughing. I hope he comes to Arkansas soon. Everyone sense of humor is different and his mixture of real life experiences and humor is very created. I support his efforts and bought each of his DVDs. Go Kev!!!! Sometimes people take life bad circumstances to seriously. Kevin shine laughter on the gray areas in life. I love comedy and support comedians especially to African American comedians. His detailed accounts death, divorce, and dating is most amusing in many areas especially <more>
dumb things we do at these events. I killed myself laughing when he said, "I took the backs too all her earrings when I left." Man, that kind of stuff make you laugh when u think if his ex looking for the back of her earrings when she start getting dress for a date or something. I can imagine her saying, "that lowdown Dog!!!'"
Literally Crying From Laughing (by superwomanproductions)
I rated this 9 out of 10 only because I know that every comedian can't make every person laugh because everyone has a different sense of humor and relates to different experiences. On my personal scale this movie was a 10. Kevin Hart booked two sold out shows at Madison Square Garden, which became the backdrop for the performance used in Let Me Explain. Kevin Hart is short and silly, but comes from a very relatable place if you're a parent, spouse, ex-spouse, man or woman. What he lacks in his height, he makes up for with her personality. His audience is diverse and the documentary <more>
portion of the film takes the time to show us that as well by highlighting some of his recent travels and sold out shows. Let Me Explain is Kevin Hart's response to some of the rumors that have been in blogs about him, his relationship with his father, his life and his divorce. You can't help but admire how transparently Hart discusses his experiences on stage. Like many great comedian's before him, Hart has discussions with his audience versus telling jokes. At one point, I found myself holding my hand over my mouth and tears were flowing from my eyes because I was laughing so hard. In fact, Hart made himself laugh during his performance. Hart has incredible comedic timing, but if you're laughing, which you will, you might miss something. So you may need to see it twice to catch what you missed the first time. I highly recommend this movie.
First let me correct one reviewer here that said half of the movie was spent showing clips of his shows around the world. Not True. I intentionally timed it because I read his review before I saw the movie. It was 7 minutes of a skit that made me laugh. Then it was approximately 6 minutes of showing clips of Kevin's shows from around the world. The rest of the movie was stand up comedy. Although I laughed really hard only on certain parts, the whole movie was entertaining to me and that was my goal: to be entertained. Kevin's brand of comedy can be silly at times, and there is nothing <more>
wrong with that, if it makes you laugh, and it did. I can't understand why half the viewers here Since July 6, 2013 had unfavorable things to say about the movie. As I observed, the audience and the fans around the world are happy with what Mr. Hart does in his act.
Kevin Hart, once again, proved to the world, why he the hardest working man in comedy. This movie was his best one yet. I laughed so hard to where it was painful. The jokes were on point, the reaction time was perfect, and he put in a new wrinkle to his comedy by bouncing around the way he did. I would have given this a 10 if it wasn't for the length... I, like a lot of other Kevin Hart fans, wanted more comedy, and a little less theatrics. The opening sequence was definitely made for his intro into MSG, and the documentary part of him traveling Europe was great as well, but it didn't <more>
feel as if I watched an entire Kevin Hart stand-up like with "I'm A Grown Little Man," or "Seriously Funny." But the laughs I did get were needed, and very good. "Let Me Explain" is, hands-down, his best work to date, and I CAN NOT WAIT to see the next one. I just hope to get more Kevin, and less skit if that makes any since the next time. PLEASE GO SEE THIS MOVIE!
Kevin Hart delivers as usual with a little extra (by naregian)
8/10Unlike my other favorite comedian, Louis C.K., Kevin Hart is somewhat of a formulaic comedian. While that is absolutely not a bad thing at all, it is to be noted that a bulk of his material comes from 3 main topics, all of which he expands on so amazingly well:1. He will dissect common relationship problems that most everyone can relate to2. He will state a certain trait of his character and tell a story as to why he became that way3. He will state a somewhat uncommon fear of his and tell a story about the origin of that fearAfter watching all of his previous stand ups, it did begin to <more>
get somewhat predictable because of it's overly unbelievable nature. This is not to say that I wasn't laughing like crazy throughout all of them. When I heard about this special being theatrically released I knew I was going to see on opening night. Not much is to be said about anything other than the fact that the whole theater was roaring with laughter for 90% of the time. Now back to the formula; Kevin did adhere to it here and there, but I think the reason everyone enjoyed this so much was because he threw in a mix of tiny little 2-3 minute segments that had really nothing to do with anything and it just worked. He veered off a bit from talking about himself or about relationships and he just started talking about people in general and the way we are with one another. In general, I think this was his best one yet. I think his formula is one of the more advanced and genuinely true ways to intrigue people. Even though it is a comedy special, and you don't quite know exactly how much of it is true or false, Kevin Hart has a great way of connecting through to the audience on a more personal level through the way he talks about himself and his relationships. He is comedic genius and will one day be legendary.8/10
Kevin Hart is one comedian many people can say they watched rise to stardom. I caught the train midway when I saw him do his thing on Comedy Central Presents a several years ago and have been following him ever since. For a man so new to the game, at the time, he had a great sense of going off the audience's vibe, and even to this day does he remain at self-aware of the public, not letting the fame go to his head in an identifiable way.His first theatrical comedian special titled Kevin Hart: Laugh at My Pain, which was released in 2011, was a passable film that would serve introductory <more>
purposes quite well, but seemed to be missing the genuine spark that his specials I'm a Grown Little Man and Seriously Funny possessed. Not to mention, the skits the film featured bordered on mildly amusing to downright tedious and unfunny. It was approximately fifty-minutes of stand-up comedy and thirty of redundant skits.Needless to say, there was notable hesitation between me and Kevin Hart: Let Me Explain, which arrives in theaters with a seemingly bigger, brasher marketing scheme than the one that Laugh at My Pain had. Especially seeing as the film opens with a setup, directed by Tim Story, similar to the one in the previous films that was downright cliché and easily-dismissible. It features Hart at a large party he is hosting, stating he'll pay for all the alcohol and he'll show all his guests a good time. Just when all is going good, people come up and say that he has said things he hasn't said, done things without clear justification, and, according to a fan, is a "LAB" "local-ass bitch" in terms of where he performs . While Hart tries to get a word in and explain his side of the story, no one lets him. He eventually demands his agent to book him a last-minute performance at Madison Square Garden in New York so he can explain his story.What follows is Hart shedding light and revealing some scandalous things about him that made headlines recently and shows that he is definitely not a "LAB," seeing as he has performed abroad in places like Denmark, Oslo, and Copenhagen. Then, finally, we get the concert, which is often very funny and very down-to-earth. Hart, first, introduces what he calls "pointless fire," which is random, ten foot tall lines of fire that shoot up on Hart's cue to add some flavor and spice to his show he says he got the idea from a Jay-Z concert .Hart's topics involve being so happy you feed the pigeons in the park which features Hart doing one of the most hilarious women-impressions I've heard in a while , women and their love of proving men wrong, except for one percent of the time, publicity issues he takes care of early on, and more. Let Me Explain isn't deep by any means; it sort of treads water on being a vanity project for Hart himself seeing as he almost never directs the content and humor away from himself. However, he isn't totally narcissistic and bravely admits and shows that he is still in touch with his roots despite his near-"global brand" name, he explains in the film.Not to mention, much of Hart's humor derives from his quick-witted wordplay, his hilarious, conservative use of catchphrases first it was "Alright, alright, alright!" now it's "No! No! No! No! No!" accompanied by a high, squeaky voice and an explanation , and his jivey-presence on a big stage. Even with a place as large and as massive as the Garden, Hart's small-self doesn't have much trouble catering to its enormous status.On a concluding note, it's also surprising to note how emotional and strong the finale was in terms of personal-resonance. Hart tells us it's rare for comedians to perform at the Garden and the fact that he has had this opportunity almost makes him go into a tear-session. It's a strong, beautiful little scene that concludes the film on a remarkably close to home note that indicates what can happen if dreams succeed, as cliché as that sounds. The best thing is he doesn't go into a "rags to riches" like memoir and keeps it simple. No need to explain on that.NOTE: My video review of Kevin Hart: Let Me Explain, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v SWGBs1Z42pQStarring: Kevin Hart. Directed by: Leslie Small and Tim Story.
Hilarious, and better than "Laugh At My Pain" (by Big_D_Box_Office_Score)
Before I get into this "Kevin Hart: Let Me Explain" review, I feel like I should get into the history of Kevin Hart for a second...Not counting his half-hour special on Comedy Central, "I'm A Grown Little Man" was Hart's first big stand-up special, back in 2009. And it was a CLASSIC. It's one of the few stand-up specials that you could go back and watch time and time again, and still laugh just as hard as the first time. It was never a theater release, so it's not BDBOS eligible, but if it was, it would have easily been a 5 out of 5."Seriously <more>
Funny" was his second stand-up special, in 2010. It's hard to top your first time out when you completely crush it like that, but he came damn close. Again, if it was eligible, it would have been a 4.5 out of 5.Then came his first theater release, "Laugh At My Pain", which hit theaters last year. The movie covered his 2011 tour of the same name, in which he broke a record held by Eddie Murphy for ticket sales over a two-day period by an African-American comedian. he cracked 1.1 millions in sales for the two-day live set at the Nokia Theater in L.A. Here's where it gets a little funky..."Laugh At My Pain" wasn't as good as his first two specials. And, by movie standards, it was short – it clocked in at just over an hour. They tried to fill in some extra time by throwing in a produced short at the end of it, featuring Hart and his friends, but it didn't do much to improve the overall flick. Don't get me wrong, it was still funny, but it fell short of the standards that we came to expect. It scored a 3 out of 5.So now we get to "Let Me Explain", which covers his latest tour that hit Madison Square Garden. This is still short an hour and a half, tops. But it's definitely better than "Laugh At My Pain", and had me cry-laughing at one point it's pretty damn good. And there's a pretty touching moment at the end, where the idea of being one of the very few comics to headline at MSG both humbles him and gets him emotional. Pretty cool stuff."Let Me Explain" scores a 8 out of 10 on the BDBOS. Good job, Kevin. If you enjoyed this review, perhaps you'd consider checking out my humble little page... www.facebook.com/TheBDBOS. Thanks!