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Kevin Hart: Laugh At My Pain
Kevin Hart: Laugh At My Pain

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Kevin Hart, Taraji P. Henson
Sep 09, 2011
R, 1 hr. 28 min.

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Movie Info

Cast: Kevin Hart, Taraji P. Henson, Will "Spank" Horton, Will Horton, Harry Ratchford, Na'im Lynn, Dwayne Brown, Nate Smith, Joey Wells, Jeanette Branch
Director: Leslie Small, Kevin Hart
Rated: R
Running Time: 1 hr. 28 min.
Genre: Musical & Performing Arts, Comedy, Special Interest
Theater Release: Sep 09, 2011
DVD Release: Jan 17, 2012
Synopsis: FunnymanKevin Hartis BACK and starring in the theatrical version of his 2011Laugh at My Paincomedy tour that swept the nation and earned more than $15,000,000 in ticket sales! The 90-cityLaugh at My Paintour is one of the most successful Comedy Concerts in history. Hart's 2-day performance of Laugh at My Pain (at LA Live's Nokia Theatre), raised the bar and brokeEddie Murphy's long standing record of being the first African-AmericanComedianto surpass over $1.1 milliontwo-day live Comedy show ticket sales. -- (C) Official Site

Critic Reviews

  • Greg Quill, Toronto Star
    Hart is the comic equivalent of a journeyman musician with a lot of clever licks and one good trick. Once you've seen it, you have little appetite for more.
  • Neil Genzlinger, New York Times
    A couple of adornments - one before the concert footage, one after - flesh out this funny, profanity-heavy movie nicely.
  • Roger Moore, Tribune News Service
    A vanity project, sure. But Hart is one painfully funny little dude.
  • Liz Braun, Jam! Movies
    Compact comic Kevin Hart completed a wildly successful 90-city tour this year and he's got the movie to prove it.
  • Norman Wilner, NOW Toronto
    The problem with paying big-screen prices for a stand-up special is that you really have to like the comic to feel you're getting your money's worth.
  • Michael Dequina, TheMovieReport.com
    Thankfully, Kevin Hart's Laugh at My Pain lives up to only half of its title: it is certainly all about the laughs.
  • Kam Williams, NewsBlaze
    Brace yourself to laugh as much at the irreverent funnyman's profane language as at his pain!
  • Andrew Barker, Variety
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