Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia is the outsized
setting for this concert film featuring the diminutive comic. His language gets
raunchy, but his routine is never bawdy, mean-spirited or smutty. Vocabulary
aside, there are two main problems here: A framing device of Hart in a James
Bond-style movie, directed by Tim Story, isn't particularly funny or original.
And Leslie Small, the director of the stand-up sequences, is stuck with long
close-ups of Hart contorting himself and squealing to sell his jokes before the
50,000 people in the stadium. Hart's frantic gestures are clearly less
appealing when magnified on the big screen.
Watch out for: Occasional
profanities, pervasive rough and crude language.
Rated: A-III, adults; MPAA: