Kevin Hart: Laugh At My Pain (2011)

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FunnymanKevin Hartis BACK and starring in the theatrical version of his 2011Laugh at My Paincomedy tour that swept the nation and earned more than $15,000,000 in ticket sales! The 90-cityLaugh at My Paintour is one of the most successful Comedy Concerts in history. Hart's 2-day performance of Laugh at My Pain (at LA Live's Nokia Theatre), raised the bar and brokeEddie Murphy's long standing record of being the first African-AmericanComedianto surpass over $1.1 milliontwo-day live Comedy show ticket sales. -- (C) Official Site
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R
Genre:
Comedy , Musical & Performing Arts , Special Interest
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Cast

Kevin Hart
as Himself, Mr. Black
Taraji P. Henson
as Black Teller
Will Horton
as Mr. White
Harry Ratchford
as Mr. Pink
Na'im Lynn
as Mr. Blue
Dwayne Brown
as Mr. Orange
Nate Smith
as Mr. Brown
Joey Wells
as Mr. Blonde
Jeanette Branch
as Old Lady
Franklin Ruehl
as Security Guard
Isaac C. Singleton Jr.
as Security Guard
Pierre Antonio
as Security Guard
Douglas M. Griffin
as Bank Teller
Joe Gonzales
as Bald Man at Bar
Joe Gonzalez
as Bald Man At Bar
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Critic Reviews for Kevin Hart: Laugh At My Pain

All Critics (7) | Top Critics (2)

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Full Review… | January 19, 2012
Variety
Top Critic

Hart is the comic equivalent of a journeyman musician with a lot of clever licks and one good trick. Once you've seen it, you have little appetite for more.

Full Review… | November 18, 2011
Toronto Star
Top Critic

A couple of adornments - one before the concert footage, one after - flesh out this funny, profanity-heavy movie nicely.

Full Review… | September 8, 2011
New York Times
Top Critic

A vanity project, sure. But Hart is one painfully funny little dude.

Full Review… | January 6, 2013
Tribune News Service

Compact comic Kevin Hart completed a wildly successful 90-city tour this year and he's got the movie to prove it.

Full Review… | November 18, 2011
Jam! Movies

The problem with paying big-screen prices for a stand-up special is that you really have to like the comic to feel you're getting your money's worth.

November 17, 2011
NOW Toronto

Audience Reviews for Kevin Hart: Laugh At My Pain

So right after watching Kevin Hart: Let Me Explain on Netflix, I thought my sister and I are done for the day, but my sister wanted to watch more of Kevin Hart's stand-up comedies which I was fine with. The irony about it is that when we were two-thirds of the film, she was tired and went to bed and I still watched it, knowing that I wanted to sleep before watching Kevin Hart: Laugh at my Pain, which is another funny effort for Kevin Hart. When people were talking about his past life, it was nice to know about it, but I wasn't that interested in it although when it went to the part when Kevin Hart's family, it was sweet and a bit funny. The best part is his stand-up routine as he talks about his past life that would be embarrassing for him, but genuinely funny for the viewers. He doesn't do the same routine and tells different jokes that are memorable and very funny. The stand-up is a bit longer than Kevin Hart: Let Me Explain, but I'm still giving it the same rating because the beginning scene was a bit too long and was losing my interest, until it goes to the stand-up.

Brandon White
Brandon White

kevin hart: pineapoles!!!!!!!! kevin hart laugh at my pain brings us inside kevin harts world. on stage and off. hilarious!

RJ Hutchison
RJ Hutchison
½

Kevin Hart gives a lot of effort but just doesn't make me laugh that much. He's alright-comedy wise but he's no Rodney Dangerfield if you get my drift. Worth one time watch.

Jennifer Torres
Jennifer Torres

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