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Andrew Dice Clay: No Apologies

Andrew Dice Clay: No Apologies

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Rating: 2 stars
Summary: Not very good overall.
Review: Andrew Dice is more pissed off and obnoxious this time around,and not very funny..There are a few decent laughs but overall its nothing compared to his best show from 1989 'The Diceman Cometh'. I've watched Cometh countless times but I actualy had a hard time finishing a single viewing of No Apologies.

Rating: 4 stars
Summary: Get Ova Here!!! Ohhhh!!!
Review: My girlfriend says that when I am drunk, I get loud, obnoxious and just plain stupid. That being said, I think The Diceman must kick back a few drinks before doing his leather jacket clad cigarette smoking filled routine. Otherwise, he's one hell of an actor. His jokes cover everything from women to racism--done in a shock value style long before Eminem was offending everyone and everything. If you wanna see foul mouthed, politically incorrect dialogue delivered by a Jewish goomba from Brooklyn who could just as easily have had a career like Stallone or Travolta (both of whom he imitates to a T along with Elvis and many others), than Dice is your guy. Dice was hugely controversial in the late 80's and early 90's and if I recall he even tried to clean up his act and make a few unfunny family sitcoms. But this is what he does best, and he has since rebounded with a live show out in Vegas and more comedy CDs. If you like Rodney Dangerfield, Joe Pesci and comic geniuses like them, you will enjoy The Diceman. If you are offended by his schtick you need to lighten up. The guy aint the best of all time, but he thinks he is, and that's what makes him cool.

Rating: 2 stars
Summary: Dice Rolls Snake Eyes
Review: I ordered this DVD because I couldn't find a DVD of my favorite Dice Clay video - The Diceman Cometh. This act was [...] crap compared to his earlier material. He has replaced the many moments of wit and humor (yes, I'm talkin' about Dice) with simple juvenile crudeness. Now, I can deal the nastiest of the nasty, as long as there is some humor involved, but F-word, C-words, etc... are not particularly funny unto themselves. It looks like Dice just dug the "shock" value of his rep and ran with that. What is worse (at least on my copy) is the SOUND. I guess it was recorded thru the telephone!!! Some of the words I could not even figure out. There are a couple decent moments which might be worth [$], but my time is more valuable than that!

Rating: 2 stars
Summary: Not as funny the second time
Review: Don't get me wrong, I really enjoy Andrew Dice Clay's comedy, his early work was, just plain funny. I have spent many hours listing to his old records, however this DVD was a disapointment, I seen it when it was first broadcast in 1993, It seemed fresher then.. His timing is a bit off, and rehashes his old material. The DVD sound is not that great even though it is advertised as redone in 5.1.. I don't know if it was his mic that night or what. There are no extras except for a lame intro with him trying to rap and hit a punching bag.. On the original broadcast there was a really HUGE comedian named wheels, he was on for about 15 min. They do not mention him in this DVD and he was 10 times as funny as the Diceman was this night.

Rating: 5 stars
Summary: No Apologies for anyone!
Review: NO APOLOGIES is BRILLIANT! It pulls no punches and gives no quarter. EXACTLY the sort of humour for those of us out there who are totally warped and are willing to stick it to anybody. (Is this 200 words yet? I can't write the minimum of 200 words without giving good stuff away.... "There was a young man named Dave, Who found *..." no no no....) OK - here's some more - If you're an Andrew Dice Clay fan (and face it, you're just plain narrow-minded or female if you don't), then you can't go wrong!

Rating: 5 stars
Summary: whitey
Review: i have seen many video recordings of andrew wich are very funny but this one is the best yet. this stops on all of his funnest bites. i mean i cant say all the stuff he says but his got some great stuff. as long as you can take the rough comedy that he dishes out. this is an item to pick up!

Rating: 2 stars
Summary: Not as funny the second time
Review: Don't get me wrong, I really enjoy Andrew Dice Clay's comedy, his early work was, just plain funny. I have spent many hours listing to his old records, however this DVD was a disapointment, I seen it when it was first broadcast in 1993, It seemed fresher then.. His timing is a bit off, and rehashes his old material. The DVD sound is not that great even though it is advertised as redone in 5.1.. I don't know if it was his mic that night or what. There are no extras except for a lame intro with him trying to rap and hit a punching bag.. On the original broadcast there was a really HUGE comedian named wheels, he was on for about 15 min. They do not mention him in this DVD and he was 10 times as funny as the Diceman was this night.

Rating: 5 stars
Summary: No Apologies for anyone!
Review: NO APOLOGIES is BRILLIANT! It pulls no punches and gives no quarter. EXACTLY the sort of humour for those of us out there who are totally warped and are willing to stick it to anybody. (Is this 200 words yet? I can't write the minimum of 200 words without giving good stuff away.... "There was a young man named Dave, Who found *..." no no no....) OK - here's some more - If you're an Andrew Dice Clay fan (and face it, you're just plain narrow-minded or female if you don't), then you can't go wrong!


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