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Summary: if laughter's the best medicine, here's a good cure !
Review: Foxworthy's definition of a redneck is "a glorious absence of sophistication", and there's a spontaneous quality to this stand-up comedy that makes it a rare and hilarious treat to watch...as the tears run down your cheeks from laughing.
The first to make you whoop and chortle is Ron White, and with his winning smile, tall Texas style, and wry humor, he had me in stitches.
Then the guys take a trip through the mall, and the prize is the remote-controlled gizmo that Larry the Cable Guy uses on unsuspecting shoppers, and Larry is the one who is up next, with some really down-home stories in his stand-up.
After the four take a trip to a fancy spa, it's Bill Engvall, the "here's your sign" guy's turn, and then it's Jeff Foxworthy, who I think is a totally brilliant, unique comedian.
Best of all, is when the four finish the show together; this is where you're in danger of choking from too much laughter, as the stories zing by you.
Sometimes tasteless, often raunchy, always the real deal.
Total running time is 1 hour and 45 priceless minutes.
"If you've ever been accused of lying through your tooth, you might be a redneck".
Summary: A MUST-HAVE!!!
Review: GET THIS MOVIE! This is the funniest movie you'll ever see! It tops even "Rat Race!" Jeff, Bill, Ron and Larry are hilarious even when they're not on stage! "He just made enough money to buy anything he wants in the store, and he gets the remote-controlled fart machine." LOL!!! Even if you're not a Jeff Foxworthy or Bill Engvall fan, you will absolutely LOVE this movie!! And Ron and Larry are HYSTERICAL!!! Ron's "Yesterday I was sitting in a beanbag chair naked eating cheetos" is an AWESOME opener and Larry's line, "I was seeing this girl for six weeks, then somebody took my binoculars out of my truck" is classic! Bill's cool when he talks about his family. "I was helping my wife fold clothes, I pick up this pair of skimpy underwear and I go, 'Hey, Hey! When are you going to wear these for me?' 'I can't, they're your daughter's.' I'm like, 'OOOOOOOOOOOOWWWWWWWWWWWW!!' No No No!" HAHAHAHAHAHAHA! And Jeff's redneck words are very, very funny, too! "'Wijadija.' Hey, you didn't bring your truck wijadija?" 106 minutes of pure hilarity! Where else can you not only get more Bill Engvall "Here's Your Sign" gags, but also get Jeff, Ron and Larry telling one, too? And Bill telling a redneck joke? After seeing this movie and seeing that Jeff. Bill, Ron and Larry are all rednecks, I'm proud of the fact that I'm a redneck!
Summary: Kings of Country Comedy!!!
Review: I just watched this DVD, and I still can't stop laughing! I too was unfamiliar with Larry the Cable Guy and Ron White, but I had no idea what I was missing! These four have great on-stage chemistry! The ending of the DVD is the best, where they are all onstage together tellng their stories. You can see how well they get along, and how much of a riot they must be to hang out with! Larry's backwoods, none-too-bright act is a side-splitter, and Ron White defenitely fullfills his role as the "bad boy" of the bunch. Bill Engvall delivers with some of his hilarious trademark "Here's Your Sign" jokes, and the others get in on the act too. Though we all love Jeff Foxworthy, I think we are all getting a little tired of the Redneck jokes, but Jeff comes through with some absolutely terrific new material that will leave you wiping tears of laughter for hours! Absolutely the best comedy DVD I have seen to date. There are plenty of laughs for the adults, but not so much that the kids can't get in on the fun too. Defenitely worth the time and money.
Summary: MY SISTERRR HAS A LOTTA MOLES!!!
Review: I watched this twice on the tube and busted a gut laughing both times, then bought the DVD. This is the funniest comic taping I've ever seen. These guys have known each other from their earliest days on the circuit and the chemistry shows. They are great solo and even better as an emsemble. Larry the Cable Guy is my personal favorite - the bit about his sister's moles is a riot. Ron White is the mellow dude in black with a cigarette in one hand and a scotch in the other - fantastic comedian. Bill Engvall will really strike a chord with his dead-on takes on family life. And of course there's Jeff Foxworthy with lots of new material and more redneck defs. There is no language or heavy adult content here. I'd offer a mild parental advisory since there are a few light references to sexuality and the "marital" state, etc. Otherwise pretty family friendly and guaranteed to lift your spirits!
Summary: Simply Awesome
Review: If you are reading this review, you have read alot of other reviews and have probably come to a conclusion: If you havn't seen this movie/stand-up before, you WILL NOT be disappointed. I was introduced to this movie by Comedy Central, in which I saw a small part of it. The next time I went to Blockbuster, I convinced my friend to watch it with me and we laughed til we cried. It is really that funny. You will more than likely replay many parts. Like most people, I had heard of Jeff Foxworthy, Bill Engvall, and Larry the Cable Guy(from the radio), but had not heard of Ron White. I think he was the best although I laughed pretty hard at all of them, but definitly when he told the drunk in public story. "They call me....Tater Salad." Bill Engvall's stories of the family and his famous "Here's Your Sign" will also leave you in stiches. Larry the Cable Guy's "Mole" story, and line about suing Hustler for giving him Carpral Tunnel are his highlights. And of course Jeff Foxworthy's "Beaver" story, and "You Might Be a Redneck," rounds out one of the greatest comedy tapes/DVD's of all time.
Summary: Just Buy It!!
Review: My personal gaurantee--YOU WILL NOT BE ABLE TO STOP LAUGHING ONCE THIS MOVIE STARTS! Now, go buy it and quit wasting anymore of your time reading these reviews. P.S. I dont know where Ron(tater salad)White has been all these years but he is a super performer and in my opinion stole the show even though he was on the stage a much shorter time than the others. The cable guy is funny too! Git er Done!
Summary: Everyone can find this filled with laughs
Review: The Blue Collar Comedy Tour isn't just for rednecks or blue collar workers- this is fun and laughter for everyone. There are no cusswords or adult content to cut out so even teenagers can watch this. Funny comedian Ron White is like a 21st century country-style Dean Martin. The other 3 comedians ( Ron White included ) along with Jeff Foxworthy also serve up their fair share of comic lines and laughs. Most people have only heard of Jeff Foxworthy due to his name & longetivity( including me until this ) but once you've seen & heard this you will want to enjoy it over & over.Great that these four comedians decided to tour together,film it & release it on video & dvd for us to enjoy.
Even you are alone you may be laughing out loud.The Blue Collar Comedy Tour was recommended to me by an African-American so it wasn't offensive to him either as he thought it funny-This is definitely not just for rednecks but for everyone.This is not just southern humor-the comedy is universally appealing. Buy it,rent it,don't miss out.You don't have to have a job with a nametag on it to enjoy this one.It doesn't matter who you are- this one's funny.It't not covered in moles.No one will literally throw you out of a place.There's your sign-You might be a redneck but you don't have to be one to laugh at this comedy.
Summary: You don't have to be a redneck to laugh your head off!
Review: Whether you're a redneck or not, there's no doubt in my mind that you'll be rolling on the floor laughing at this movie. It's not like other stand-up comedy movies. There's hardly any swearing, and for the most part the topics of the show (marriage, kids, traveling, etc.) are appropriate. Plus, it's not just stand-up comedy. There's behind-the-scenes footage of the four comedians (Jeff Foxworthy, Bill Engvall, Ron 'Tater Salad' White, and Larry The Cable Guy) goofing off in places like a mall, a diner, a spa, and on a lake fishing. And even when the comedy takes place on stage it's still interesting - for about half the show the four comedians are sharing the stage together, with plenty of "Here's your sign" stories and other stories, as well as ways to tell if you might be a redneck and various other comedy bits. My personal favorite scene is Ron White's 'drunk in public' story - I've watched it about five times. By the way, if you're wondering about bonus features, there's the typical interactive menus, scene access, and subtitles (English, French, and Spanish), as well as brief biographies of the four comedians. Buy or rent and enjoy!
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