Blue Collar Comedy Tour 3 Pack
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For The First Time Ever, All Three Blue Collar Comedy Tour Movies Are Available To Own In One Complete Set!
It had to happen: A national tour of redneck comedians culminating in this frequently funny concert film, shot in Phoenix. Ron White's scotch-and-tobacco-fueled, fatalistic world view gets things off to a good start. ("That last engine had just enough power to get us to our crash site.") Larry the Cable Guy's creepy-silly persona helps deliver a set long on gross-out humor. ("I've been seein' a good-lookin' girl. But now I lost my binoculars.") Bill Engvall balances the tone with his family-man shtick. ("There needs to be a teenage driver's lane lined with tires and mattresses.") Main event champ Jeff Foxworthy offers fresh material about the act of ice-fishing as an out-of-body experience for fish, describes the bizarre sight of a leaf blower among items confiscated by airport security and, of course, renders his trademark re-re-re-definitions of what constitutes a redneck ("a glorious absence of sophistication"). Lots to enjoy here. --Tom Keogh --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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The film is simply hilarious.
I almost threw up I was laughing so hard.
The film stars off with Ron White, who has a cigarette in one hand, and a drink in the other. White scores big with some jokes on tubing, and the plane he took on the way to the show.
What's intresting about the film is that between acts, it shows the guys earlier when they went to a mall. They go into stores, such as Victoria's Secret, Spencer's Gifts, and a few others. This footage is humorous, yet it seems to be staged. For instance, the Victoria's Secret woman looks as if she know's what's goin on, and plays along without ever a second thought.
Next, is Larry the Cable Guy, my personal favorite. There is something about his accent and the way he tells his jokes that are just hard not to laugh at.
Then, Bill Engvall comes on stage. I found him funny, however not as much so as the other three. He mostly tried to get laughs telling stories about his 16 year old daughter, and I found that to be sort of boring for a little bit. However, he did pick up the pace towards the end of his act.
Then comes the main event, Jeff Foxworthy. He is most famous for his "You might be a redneck" jokes. Foxworthy delivers, with jokes about airport security, and an out-of-body experience for a fish.
Then at the end, all four come on stage, and tell stories and some more jokes to finish off the show.
"Blue Collar Comedy Tour" is a must-see for comedy fans, or just anyone in the mood for a good time.
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Gotta like comedy, Who doesn't like to laugh, I know my Polish lady friend laughed her (_|_) off, she had trouble understanding some parts but still got most of the jokes LOLPublished 5 months ago by ICE
These DVD's were extremely funny. Great family night entertainment.Published 5 months ago by Amazon Customer