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Kevin Hart: Let Me Explain

HD   R Closed Captioning

Leslie Small & Tim Story

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About the Movie

Kevin Hart: Let Me Explain captures the laughter, energy and mayhem from Hart’s 2012 "Let Me Explain" concert tour, which spanned 10 countries and 80 cities, and generated over $32 million in ticket sales.

Rotten Tomatoes Movie Reviews

TOMATOMETER

61%
  • Reviews Counted: 44
  • Fresh: 27
  • Rotten: 17
  • Average Rating: 6.0/10

Top Critics' Reviews

Fresh: His fans will love it; their main complaint may be that it ends too soon. – Neil Genzlinger, New York Times, Jul 2, 2013

Fresh: He tells elliptical stories that go on so long and take so many weird detours that they end up being funny even when they shouldn't be. – Chris Nashawaty, Entertainment Weekly, Jul 3, 2013

Rotten: His energetic stand-up routine at the Garden can be riotously funny. It also can be frenetic and repetitive. More judicious editing would have showcased his talents better. – Claudia Puig, USA Today, Jul 2, 2013

Fresh: Some of Hart's set -- including jokes about his security team and an inspired recounting of a disastrous trip to a dude ranch -- is hilarious. And his profane outrage is often funny enough to sell the weaker writing. – Elizabeth Weitzman, New York Daily News, Jul 2, 2013

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Customer Reviews

A SURPRISINGLY HILARIOUS CONCERT FILM!

Going into see "Kevin Hart: Let Me Explain," I genuinely didn't have very high expectations. But because all of my friends recommended it, claiming the film to be one of the funniest they've ever seen, I decided to give it a shot. And I have to say, I don't think I've laughed that hard in a long time. It's basically comprised of a short, scripted skit followed by a huge montage of Hart's financially successful Canadian and European 2012 concert tour, which then leads into the biggest highlight of the entire flick: the comedian's first-ever performance at Madison Square Garden in New York. For the most part, Kevin doesn't hold back. He simply lets the energy and madness in his stories, which range from crazy women to horseback riding, fly as they come, giving us a terrific taste of how riotously entertaining the man really is. Is the film perfect? Well, no. The short skit at the very beginning is decently funny, but feels rather shoehorned into the movie for no reason other than to establish an unnecessary narrative. But aside from that small misstep, "Kevin Hart: Let Me Explain" easily stands as one of the most consistently hilarious movies I've seen this year so far, and a solid showcase for one of the most talented rising comedians in recent years. Whether you're a big, longtime fan of the stand-up comic or just wanna laugh at some energetically over-the-top humor for a little more than an hour, this outrageously profane concert film is well worth your time.

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CG review

The famous Kevin Hart ha been making stand-up films from "Seriously Funny" to "Laugh at my Pain and now "Let me Explain". Being that I saw his first two I had high expectations and it met all of them. Kevin Hart just doesn't stop once he starts. He's like a machine gun throwing jokes everywhere. How does he breathe? With his third film he succeeds to make me laugh even more. He's hilarious, he has a great energy on stage, and it's hard not to like him. If your not a Kevin Hart fan when you watch this you will be. I had those type of laughs that hurt your stomach. Kevin starts it off with a party and gets mad so he wants to get some stuff off his chest. Where does he decide to do this, well, just Maddison Square Garden. He kills it on stage and bring the classic entertainment of storytelling. He gives insight to his personal life which makes it more interesting. This film is filled with fun, it's definitely worth looking into.