George Carlin: You Are All Diseased Reviews
Carlin warms up when he takes on language. This is where he is the best.
The bit about children is right on. I've been saying this even longer than this movie is: children have gotten a place of honor in our society that did not exist when I was a boy. Children are soft these days.
Carlin's humor changed as he aged. The entire rant about religion seems fruitless to me. If he doesn't believe in God, religion, and piety, that is his choice. And while he can share his opinion and intersperse a snicker every now and then, it seems to me humor, his business, takes a backseat to his moralizing. I'm happy not to have paid to hear it.
I miss this ornery bastard...
Quite dated however, making numerous comments on topics that many would cringe at now after events such as 9/11; but his 'Realistic' point of view does still hold validity, as such events - however horrible and world-changing - are still statistically rare, and so his jokes/comments still hold true in many respects.