Steve Harvey Adds Blue Humor Back to His Standup Act
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Running time: 106 minutes
Studio: CodeBlack Entertainment
Format: Color, DVD-Video, NTSC
Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
DVD Release Date: October 28, 2008
DVD Review by Kam Williams
Excellent (4 stars)
Steve Harvey was one of the Original Kings of Comedy, along with Cedric the Entertainer, D.L. Hughley and the late Bernie Mac. In the wake of the success of that brilliant standup concert film, Steve became a Born Again Christian and released Don’t Trip, a spiritually-oriented standup flick which was totally clean.
Since then, the irrepressibly funnyman has shaved his head and added foul language back into his act, the net result being a hilarious, if often profane, DVD called Still Trippin’. For the occasion, Steve brought his special brand of observational humor to Newark, New Jersey, where he filmed an expletive-laced performance in front of a very enthusiastic audience.
The movie marks the colorful comic’s fifth solo special, and the subjects he touches upon here are generally quite topical. He jokes about everything from the female astronaut caught wearing soiled adult diapers after driving 1,000 miles to murder her lover’s other girlfriend, to the homely-looking housewives in that polygamous cult located in Texas, women he compares to Aunt Bee of The Andy Griffith Show and Jane Hathaway of The Beverly Hillbillies.
Steve also delves into politics, discussing the differences between Obama to McCain, and taking potshot at president Bush’s ’lying ass.’ Besides that, he weighs in on the Michael Vick sentence, on ignorant people, on fat husbands, and on why you ought to get all the recommended inoculations before visiting Africa.
Overall, the blue Steve Harvey rates an A, although this critic would prefer that he leave out the cursing, since he already proved to me that he can be just as funny without four-letter words.
The Steve Harvey “Think Like a Man” Interview [April 2012]
Steve Harvey: The Still Trippin’ Interview
The Original Kings of Comedy - Film Review
Don’t Trip … He Ain’t Through with Me Yet (2006) - Film Review