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Patrick L (ag) wrote: "Some of his jokes don't fly or land but Hart doesn't pull any punches in "What Now?" his funniest stand-up concert movie to date"Movie Review: Kevin Hart: What Now?Date Viewed: October 19 2016Directed By Leslie Small and Tim Story (Ride Along, Ride Along 2, Think Like a Man, Think Like a Man Too and Fantastic Four)Written By Kevin Hart, Harry Ratchford and Joey WellsStarring: Kevin Hart, Halle Berry, Don Cheadle and Ed Helms.It maybe raw but Kevin Hart's third stand-up movie "Kevin Hart: What Now?" delivers the laughs. It is the best of his three stand-up movies and Hart doesn't pull any punches. He is perhaps the biggest comic to make gigantic waves since Eddie Murphy, I know nobody can top Murphy but Hart has real screen presence and good comic timing. Despite his drawing-power at the box office, Hart has had a tough time finding good scripts that suit him well. Don't get me wrong, I liked him in "Central Intelligence" and the 2014 remake of "About Last Night" but for every great African-American comic comes with a lot of screaming and mugging.For everybody who doesn't know about Hart's "What Now?" concert, it became the most sold-out stand-up concert event ever with over 50,000 people in attendance. The groundbreaking concert took place in Hart's home in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania at the Lincoln Financial Field center. With that one big stand-up concert, Hart made it to the record books and solidified his status as a major comic star.As the concert begins, Hart thanks all of his fans for showing up and his edgy comic material includes funny and incidential stories from his personal family life. Hart tells about the time when his panicked kids came to him and said a disastrous thing has happened, the wi-fi is out. He also talks about his relationship with his old gangsta buddies, the time he and his family watched "The Conjuring" and his current relationship with his future wife. Some of the jokes don't fly especially the one where Hart keeps repeating to the crowd "REAAAALLLLLLY!".Before the stand-up concert begins, "What Now?" presents a 15-minute long James Bond spoof with Hart playing poker with Don Cheadle before his big night. A very funny Halle Berry tags along as his female accomplice and Ed Helms plays a bartender who secretly tries to help Hart win the poker game. Cheadle isn't pleased with Hart's jokes about his career and seeing him get angry is the funniest thing in the movie.Hart became a huge star after the box office success of "Ride Along" and the two "Think Like a Man" movies and the key to his success is his appeal. Despite the awful "Ride Along" sequel from earlier this year, it has been a big year for him thanks to "Central Intelligence", providing the voice of a sewer-living rabbit in "The Secret Life of Pets" and this film. His previous stand-up films "Feel My Pain" and "Let Me Explain" were funny but they never had strong delivery. "Kevin Hart: What Now?" succeeds because Hart knows his fanbase pretty well and he's also a pretty good promoter. His comic rhythm may seem familiar but the movie is packed with laughs and it should please Hart's most devoted fans.
Ian M (de) wrote: This movie totally rebooted the franchise, in my opinion. It was so well made, and had such a great plot. The production did a great job creating a 60's environment. Everything about it clicked, it was such a good time, and is totally reawatchable.
Byu F (ag) wrote: This movie brings back memories...way better than God's army
Mike W (nl) wrote: Jamie Foxx is brilliant as Ray Charles!
Caitlin L (kr) wrote: Love the message of the movie. Doesn't matter who you are.
Marta R (br) wrote: The cast is terrific... but I just couldn't follow the connections between the stories... not because it was too complex, it just didn't seem to make sense...
Peter F (gb) wrote: Numb-skullery at it's most obvious.
Brendan R (ru) wrote: I never feel qualified to rate the artistic merit of such things, but I almost always find Cirque Du Soleil a joy to watch.
S A (nl) wrote: So good. So damn good. Tom Hiddleston & Tilda Swinton in a vampire gothic romance.
Cole R (it) wrote: I don't care what you people say, this is the best hobbit film and my favorite film of 2014. It has some parts that shouldn't been included, but the movie was still entertaining. I know that they used CGI in this movie a lot, but to me the CGI was excellent, plus they also had it for lord of the rings and it was still marvelous. A great film, definitely recommend to watch. Score = 9.6 (96%, A+)
Daniel M (ru) wrote: Even the characters seem to know exactly what is going to happen next. Surely, girls with big breasts will keep a few dogs looking, but for someone looking for a real scare-feast.... Look elsewhere.