I was looking forward to seeing Kevin Hart’s new stand up, hoping that he would redeem himself after releasing multiple “buddy cop” movies in the recent years that ultimately are the same thing. Unfortunately I was only let down further with this film.
He lost me right off the bat when the first 15-18 minutes was his SNL monologue from when he hosted the show back in 2013. He added a few things to the bit, spoke as if it had just happened last week, and delivered it virtually the same way as he did three years prior. From then on he continued to degrade his wife by saying he’d leave if she became disfigured. Now I love dark humor, Anthony Jeselnik is one of my favorite comedians, but Kevin Hart just comes off as sleazy when he tries it. This might be due to the fact that it’s directed towards his wife/fiancé (or whomever he is with at the time) or towards his younger son, people who he has a direct relationship with. Hart resorted to a lot of cheap lowbrow comedy this time around. He spent a solid 10 minutes talking about having sex with a pocket p****. After that he went into detail about how his body was not responding well to coffee and acted as a very strong laxative. I am not offended by anything he said, he just did not deliver his material in such a way that the raunchy and rude comedy he came up with would be well received. One thing that a good comedian can do is to refer to an earlier joke as a smaller punchline to a later joke. Doing this makes the audience feel as if they are in on an inside joke with the comedian and had you not heard the earlier joke you wouldn’t get it. Sort of a “you had to be there” moment that makes it more personal. Hart attempts this and the first time he did it was pretty good, but after the 5th or 6th time he referred to an earlier joke, the moment was lost and so was the humor. Kind of like that one kid in school who says one thing that gets a laugh then continues to use the same joke as a “Hey remember that one time?”. It just doesn’t work.
The short film he had at the beginning of the special was actually really good. I enjoyed seeing these well known actors appear and get angry and other shenanigans. That part was enjoyable, but again was just Kevin Hart playing the same person he was in his last few action movies.
If you wish to see this movie I totally think you should, just know that if you head into it with high hopes you’re most likely going to be let down.
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What we learn about Kevin is that family is very important to him. Be it his now wife, his kids who don’t got enough edge in his opinion, or his crazy dad. However, ain’t no way in hell he would put their life before his own. Ain’t no way in hell if his girlfriend is attacked by anything and looks like the next horror movie icon is he staying with her. Hell Nah. Yet he does love them and their eccentric ways. Though sometimes he just has to ask himself, as many of his fans and peers do when it comes to what is next in his career, “What Now?”
59 uncontrollable laughs and who knows how many smiles and chuckles. All thanks to jokes dealing with animal attacks, sex toys, the complications of relationships, being a dad and dealing with his dad, and of course the kids who seem like such characters that it is hard to fathom where the truth ends and Kevin’s embellishments begin.
The best jokes came from him building off not only his fear of animal attacks but how he would handle if his fiancé at the time got attacked and mauled by an animal – but lived. That joke, as well as lying because the truth isn’t believable. Low Points
Some jokes Kevin grinds into the ground to the point they just aren’t funny anymore. One joke being about the face and script Black women use when they don’t believe a story. Another thing which kind of got lame was how he would repeat the same line over and over. If you’re familiar with Kevin’s work, part of what makes him funny is the voices he does and his facial expressions. Well, he really drags out what is one of his best assets and plays up to the camera and everything. Problem is, he treats it like a hill and valley type of joke. Meaning, the first time is funny because the expression is new, but then it gets old and you expect him to move on – hence the valley. However, he keeps going and while some find it ridiculous enough to work their way up that hill to a laugh, some like me question when is he moving on and why is he milking this joke for all it’s worth?
Overall: On The Fence (Home Viewing)
While longer than his previous stand-up movie, there is this weird sequel feeling to this movie. Like the best jokes and times are behind us and while there is still something there, a strong reminder why you went to the movies to see this, it is just not the same. Which I know is weird to say when I laughed so much, but the jokes build off his family like you should be aware who all these characters are. On top of that, I still have no idea why he has these pre-standup segments. This time around he is parodying the latest bond movie and The Equalizer a little bit. Something that, even with Halle Berry and Don Cheadle assisting, isn’t funny nor interesting. It is like a bad opening act which makes you glad once the headliner comes on.
But the reason why I’m marking this as on the fence vs. positive is because it doesn’t feel like Kevin really took it to the next level to the point you should leave your home to see this. This just feels like a really good HBO or Comedy Central special that is getting a limited theatrical release just to make some extra money.
” . . . Kevin Hart or Donald Trump?” KEVIN HART: WHAT NOW? is filmed in Philadelphia, site of Hillary’s selection as Trump’s rival. Don “Falcon” Cheadle is Hart’s rival here, as Hart presents himself as “Secret Agent 0054″ ,” a James Bond Wannabe. Though Hart’s diminutive size certainly qualifies him for membership in the Lollipop Guild, Trump’s Teenie Tiny hands (which are dwarfed by Kevin’s) are far funnier. Trump’s delusion of becoming the American Game Show Host-in-Chief also is more hilarious than Hart fancying himself as Bond. Though both Hart and Trump make liberal use of the “P-word,” the latter does go on record dropping more “N-bombs.” However, Trump’s potential access to ACTUAL Nuclear Bombs wipes out Hart’s N-Word edge here. Hart tries to up the ante with his hypothetical directive to the imaginary shark to “Clean your plate!” after he pushes his unlucky De-Armed and De-Legged girlfriend BACK into the sea, but Trump’s Real Life crass replacement of his original Baby Mom with a smuggled-in foreign porn star to become Our First Lady trump’s Kevin’s made-up scenario as a far greater hoot! Therefore, as the A-Number-One biggest U.S. joke of a loser, America votes “Trump!” hands down.
Watched this with my movie theatre-working friend and his nephew who managed to telegraph many of the jokes Kevin Hart was telling at the concert depicted in this film beforehand. There was also a prologue and epilogue concerning Hart’s James Bond-like adventure with Halle Berry that was amusing in spots if not hilarious. His concert was mostly stream-of-consciousness about his family, his girlfriend, and his old friends. Many of it was pretty raunchy with some good laughs scattered throughout. The concert was filmed in Philadelphia in front of a huge crowd at a football stadium. That crowd is seen at various points laughing it up at Hart’s material. Overall, Kevin Hart: What Now? was mostly a good time for me and my friends.
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