Kill the Messenger

Kill the Messenger

DVD - 2009
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Comic superstar Chris Rock stars in his fifth solo stand-up performance. From three of Chris's international performances - at South Africa's Carnival City Casino, London's Carling Apollo Hammersmith, and New York's legendary Apollo Theater. He delivers his adults-only take on dozens of social, political and celebrity issues.
Publisher: [New York, NY] : HBO Video, [2009]
Edition: Widescreen edition
ISBN: 9781419872518
1419872516
Branch Call Number: DVDN 792.76 R5901K 2009
Characteristics: 1 videodisc (80 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in

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dred
Feb 17, 2015

Horrible! I am (or was) a big fan of Chris Rock, especially his SNL work and earlier comedy specials. But this piece of garbage is a nightmare to watch. It was filmed for HBO in New York, London, and Johannesburg, and they CONSTANTLY edit between the shows, sometimes more than once during a single sentence. So the fast editing, the changes in clothing, etc quickly become a tiresome distraction. You just want it to end, or like I did, just listen to it like a comedy CD.

There are a few laugh-out-loud moments, but they are few and far between. The jokes are often predictable, and the topics covered are VERY predictable and worn out. What's more, some are downright revolting, and I am a very difficult person to offend regarding such material. What was more offensive was that it just wasn't funny.

Filmed in 2008, the whole first section was dedicated to bashing John McCain, Sarah Palin and George Bush, and then telling us how cool Barack Obama was. Sadly, we all know how that turned out. Don't get me wrong, there were some funny moments, like how the name Barack Obama didn't mask the fact the man was a "brother," and how unsuitable Michelle would be as a First Lady because any black woman in that position would demand to be co-President.....I ended up skipping to the next chapter.

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route666
Apr 16, 2014

Not Chris at best. too many sexist riffs.

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