Kevin Hart – Let Me Explain: Blu-ray Review











Filmed at a sold-out performance at Madison Square Garden, comedian Kevin Hart delivers material from his 2012 “Let Me Explain” concert tour.

Kevin Hart as exploded over the past few years and has created quite the name for himself. He’s been EVERYWHERE including a crazy amount of “memes” all over the internet. Not a whole lot of comedians are able to get the chance to film a full comedy performance for a theatrical/blu-ray release so immediately I was impressed. Only the biggest comedians (, and ) in the past have had this opportunity and are now a part of history. Hart tells stories about his infidelity, divorce, kids and his friends. Some of the things he talks about probably shouldn’t be funny but it’s hard not to laugh when he delivers his jokes the way he does mixed with his extremely likable personality. Throughout the entire 75 minutes I don’t think I stopped laughing/smiling at all which (especially with stand up acts) is very hard for me to do. If there’s a comedian that can keep me entertained the whole way then I quickly become a fan. In actuality that’s the whole point of comedy, to entertain, and seeing Hart do just that makes him a superstar in my book. The small movie type intro to the film was really funny and Hart seems to address some of his haters in that moment to which the whole basis of the comedy film is about really. This is a must buy and I guarantee that you won’t be sorry!

Special Features:

No, No, No, Let US Explain – Hart’s friends the “Plastic Cup Boyz” give their side of certain jokes that he may have exaggerated a little bit.

Backstage Pass – A behind the scenes look at what it’s like to be on the road traveling from city to city and a look at how the MSG show came about.

Let Me Explain Title Song Video Featuring Snoop Dogg, Method Man, Erick Sermon and RL

Let Me Explain Theme Song Video “The Narcissist” Featuring American Antagon1st

“Pop Off” Music Video By Doeshun Featuring Ray Ray & Ruck

Kevin Hart: Let Me Explain is available NOW on Blu-ray and DVD from Lionsgate


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