Kevin Hart: Let Me Explain

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Kevin Hart: Let Me Explain
By Wilson Morales

Kevin Hart: Let Me Explain’ is really a laugh out loud experience that one can enjoy and come back for repeat viewings, if only it were longer and tighter.

With a running time of 75 minutes, and with ticket prices a high rate, some may feel that this stand-up special is too short to justify the admission price. But with Hart being the funniest guy on the big screen, seeing him for a good hour on his own is probably better than seeing him in scenes of a film to get your laugh meter going.

With about 10 minutes devoted to fan appreciation clips from his different tours around the world, ‘Let Me Explain’s premise is set to showcase Hart finally making his stop at the infamous Madison Square Garden. Once he’s on the stage, Hart’s on fire.

Hart goes into his divorce, lying at his job involving a ‘Deerbra,’ arguments with his girlfriend and their jealousy issues, and an outing with his son. Without giving too many details, it’s safe to say that many will relate with what he has to say and how they will enjoy hearing it from a comedic standpoint.

With a rare amount of concert films being distributed in theaters, Hart’s last concert film, ‘Kevin Hart: Laugh at My Pain’ took Hollywood by storm, grossing $7.7 million at the box office.

With top grossing films like ‘The Hangover,’ ‘Ted,’ and ‘The Wedding Crashing,’ neither film features guys who have that rare funny bone we’ve seen in Robin Williams, Jim Carrey, and Eddie Murphy. In ‘Think Like a Man,’ Hart was clearly the scene stealer and to see him on stage is just a delight. If only the producers had found a way to throw more footage, then it would have a lasting effect when leaving the theater.


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