Andrew Dice Clay: One Night with Dice (1987)





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Andrew Dice Clay's controversial stand-up act has lead to a career of notoriety. There appears to be no depths to which he isn't prepared to sink, his coarse humour has led to ... Full Descriptiona lifetime ban from MTV, and a bad-boy reputation that "The Dice Man" relishes. This performance at a small Philadelphia club was caught as Clay was making his controversial ascent into the comedy stratosphere. Covering everything from Mother Goose to blind dates, one night stands and pitch-perfect impressions of Sylvester Stallone, Al Pacino, John Travolta, Elvis Presley, and Robert De Niro, alongside lethal put-downs and vicious jokes that will have you shocked and amused in equal measure.
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While Andrew Dice Clay is one of my favorite insult comics of all time, I could see how and why his act is no longer popular. He wears really thin even for thick skinned people. His act gets really old. Having seen this special several times, all I could think about was how the jokes were not as funny the second and third times around. Dice Man did the typical tough Brooklyn facade well but you can tell those nursery rhymes only so many times before it loses its effect. Same goes for insulting some audience members. Come up with some new material. Wait, I forgot. He's irrelevant now. Never mind.

Christopher Staaf
Christopher Staaf

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