Jeff Dunham: Minding the Monsters
Jeff Dunham: Minding the Monsters
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Jeff Dunham’s Minding the Monsters brings together your favorites-- Walter, Peanut, Bubba J, Jose Jalapeno… On a Steek!, and Achmed the Dead Terrorist as you’ve never seen them before! Enter the ultimate haunted house where Walter transforms into something grumpier than he already is! Watch Bubba J rise from the dead! Meet Peanut’s alter ego, The Purple Avenger of the Night, and his spicy sidekick! And witness Achmed literally dressed to kill in an outfit that would terrify the most terrifying terrorist!
|Format:||Multiple Formats, AC-3, Color, Dolby, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen|
|Number of Discs:||1|
|Run Time:||80 minutes|
|DVD Release Date:||October 09, 2012|
|Average Customer Rating:|| based on 621 reviews|
|Average Customer Review: ( 621 customer reviews )
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26 of 28 found the following review helpful:
Pleasantly Surprised though I shouldn't be Nov 30, 2012
By Amazon Customer
I am a big fan of Jeff Dunham, and I own every single DVD special he has ever come out with. The last special was disappointing. Some jokes were old or reused in a different and unfunny way. I was starting to think Jeff couldn't come up with anything new. -- Then, "Minding the Monsters" came out. I nearly peed myself several times. All the jokes and stories in this special were new, fresh, and totally funny. The theme is simple -- All of Jeff's characters were given a Halloween theme that best suited them. Walter dressed as Frankenstein, Bubbja J was a One-toothed vampire, Peanut arrived in a Batmobile-type car and appeared as "Bat-nut" with Jose' Jalepeno portraying his version of Robin (which he called Reuben) as well as Peanut's dummy Little Jeff, who was dressed as the Batman villain "The Riddler" (except instead of question marks all over a green outfit, there were little L's all over because Peanut called him, 'Loser-man'), and finally Achmed the Dead Terrorist decked out in drag and trying to act like a blonde bombshell. As usual, Dunham began the show with a solo monologue of his current life and included several hilarious anecdotes about his new fiance', his daughters, and the family dog. The stage set was designed as a haunted house, and each character was presented through a movie-like trailer before being introduced on a different piece of the stage. I felt this presentation was very original, as I said before FRESH, and funnier than I expected it to be. My faith in his comedy has been renewed...
42 of 48 found the following review helpful:
Docked a star for bitterness. Oct 09, 2012
By R. Riis
Typically funny, but laced throughout with far too many bitter divorce "jokes", which dampens the fun. Leave the bitterness to Walter who can do it with humor. The segment with Peanut, Jose, and Little Jeff is the standout.
Once again, Amazon, why all the reviews from people who have never seen this DVD? Reviews from fans written months before the release date are useless and dishonest.
25 of 33 found the following review helpful:
He's baaaaaaaaack! Jul 16, 2012
Yes! New Jeff Dunham DVD! I got to go to the taping in Georgia a few months back and it was awesome! Can't wait!!!
6 of 7 found the following review helpful:
Weakest Effort To Date Oct 15, 2012
By Andy Radke
I watched this DVD yesterday with high expectations. I love his previous DVD's and have watched them countless times. I even saw Jeff perform at Air Canada Centre in Toronto this past January. So when I'd heard he was releasing yet another stand-up DVD, I was ecstatic.
As I watched, excitement quickly turned to disappointment. I found most of the show to be painfully unfunny. More beer puns from Bubba J, more racial slurs from Peanut, and some extremely lame jokes from Achmed. The show's only saving grace in my opinion was Walter's segment. I found myself laughing through most of THAT material.
I realize comedy is extremely subjective, and that what I may not find funny....others may find hilarious. That being said, I thought this was undoubtedly his weakest effort yet. More a case of "style over substance" if you will. Each character had their own flashy intros. The stage itself included props such as an electric chair as well as a remote controlled Batmobile. If only the writing was as high quality as everything else about the show.
As a longtime Jeff Dunham fan, I really was disappointed by this.
4 of 4 found the following review helpful:
Another Great Jeff Dunham Special!! Nov 27, 2012
This Jeff Dunham and Gang special takes the show where it hadn't gone prior. Specific theme and topics. The theme, also being the title, 'Minding the Monsters" centered on Halloween themed routines and character outfits. This is great stuff if you like halloween..even more so!
Check it out you will love it!
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