Kevin Hart: What Now?
Kevin Hart: What Now?
Comedian Kevin Hart performs in front of a crowd of 50,000 people at Philadelphia's outdoor venue, Lincoln Financial Field.
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January 3, 2017 at 12:00 am
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Not Very Good
This stand up special is not very good. I think it probably is just as
simple as Kevin Hart having done too much stuff too quickly and too
recently. I have liked his stuff in the past including his stand up comedy
appearances and also his early movie roles. But his more recent stuff
including starring movie roles in lesser quality movies and especially
his stand up comedy are just not up to the same quality I'm used to
seeing from him.I hope he takes some time off to write and develop some stronger stuff
instead of just churning stuff out this quickly in the future, to bring
the quality up.
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Kevin Hart: What Now? was a mostly funny enough concert film
I saw "Kevin Hart:What Now?", starring Kevin Hart-Central Intelligence,
Death at a Funeral; Halle Berry-The X-Men movies, Catwoman; Don
Cheadle- House of Lies-TV, the Iron Man movies and Ed
Helms-Vacation_2015, The Hangover movies.This is another Kevin Hart stand up comedy special-I think his 3rd and
he says, it's his last-where he sold out a football stadium in
Philadelphia with about 50,000 people in attendance. I'm sure I am in
the minority here, but I just did not think it was that funny. I
thought Kevin was funny in Central Intelligence and the Ride Along
movies. Well, just about all of his other movies, too. But I just don't
care for his stand up. FYI: I did not hear anyone else in my theater
laugh during the whole movie. Kevin just tells stories about his
girlfriend, kids, father and friends. He doesn't really tell jokes.
And, he cusses a lot. To me, it just wasn't funny. Now, at the
beginning, he does a James Bond styled opening where he goes to a
casino with Halle and plays poker. I liked that better. They should
have made a whole movie about that. Don plays a fellow poker player and
Ed is the bartender. Kevin also imitates a scene straight out of the
Equalizer. You know, the one where Denzel takes out all the bad guys in
the office in about 18 seconds. Now I will admit, I don't know what any
of this has to do with his stand up but I did like those parts. It's
rated "R" for language and sexual content-no nudity-and has a running
time of 1 hour & 36 minutes. I would not buy this on DVD. I don't think
I would rent it either. If you really want to see it, I would wait
until it comes to cable.
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"What Now?" - Make something decent
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.