Larry The Cable Guy - Git-R-Done
Larry The Cable Guy - Git-R-Done
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With his trademark cries of "Git-er-done!" and "What the hell is this, Russia?," Larry the Cable Guy is one of country's funniest comedians! Now enjoy an entire DVD of this irresistible funnyman at the top of his form and guaranteed to make you laugh again and again! A star of Comedy Central's hit film Blue Collar Comedy Tour: The Movie, Larry has cracked up TV viewers of Showtime, MTV, Evening at the Improv and Comic Strip Live. He's also well-known for his wacky, outrageous radio commentaries and for his bestselling CD, Lord, I Apologize.
|Actors:||Larry the Cable Guy|
|Format:||Anamorphic, Color, Dolby, NTSC, Widescreen|
|Number of Discs:||1|
|Run Time:||66 minutes|
|DVD Release Date:||May 25, 2004|
|Average Customer Rating:|| based on 65 reviews|
|Average Customer Review: ( 65 customer reviews )
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18 of 19 found the following review helpful:
Not bad for redneck humor Aug 06, 2004
By Kevin Stebleton
"The video guy"
I met Larry at the show where "Git R Done" was taped. Nice guy. His humor is straight from redneck country. If you don't like that sort of humor, you shouldn't expect much here.
After I adjusted to his humor, I found him funny. Very funny. Toilet humor, but funny. Lots of jokes about reproductive type stuff, or bathroom activities.
Would I recommend this for my 14 year old daughter? Too late. She enjoys it, even if I would have prefered to shield her from that sort of "entertainment".
Fun is poked at many groups that are "off limits" these days. It's old fashioned humor, picking on people based on stereotypes. No one is off limits for Larry. It's refreshing, hearing truly funny stuff without worrying about political correctness. Don't like it? Don't watch it. It's that simple.
Overall, this is a fun show.
50 of 61 found the following review helpful:
rude & crude...and hilarious ! Oct 11, 2004
By Alejandra Vernon
"artist & illustrator"
If you're a wuss and get easily offended, stay away from this DVD, but if you're not a politically correct girley man as my California Governor Ahnold would say (and that applies to both sexes), you'll laugh until you cry.
Larry the Cable Guy is the redneck Don Rickles, and is an equal opportunity insulter. His is also some of the most inventive stand-up comedy I've heard.
I normally won't tolerate bad language and bathroom humor, because it is usually said as the main reason to make one laugh, for some sort of "shock value"; Larry the Cable Guy says gross toilet humor as part of the story, and it's the story that's funny, not just the way it's said.
Some stories are outrageous, but there are many things out of everyday life...Larry ponders whether it's "Pet Smart" or Pets Mart" (I've often had the same thing run through my head) and in telling us of Rosie O'Donnell's confrontation with NRA member Tom Selleck, he says something I really like: "if guns kill people, I can blame misspelled words on my pencil".
The show, which was filmed at The State Theatre in Kalamazoo, Michigan, on October 30th, 2003, is 66 minutes long, and the DVD extras include a "gallery", and a segment that is about 4 minutes long of "Bathroom Humor", actually filmed in a public restroom, with Larry in a stall.
The show takes a dip in the middle when he's talking about edible britches, but picks up again and Bubli Bubli's letter is a riot, and the Christmas song finale priceless. The last one had me roaring.
Someday Larry the Cable Guy is going to be sued. Not for insulting someone with a defect, but for making someone choke to death with laughter. Git-R-Done Larry !
18 of 21 found the following review helpful:
Very Funny DVD May 23, 2004
By Chad Carpenter
I just bought this dvd earlier today. Well worth the price, He used some of the same jokes as on the Blue Collar Movie, still great. This is for any fan of Larry The Cable Guy and or any fan of stand up. GIT -R- DONE!!!
11 of 13 found the following review helpful:
GIT R DONE! Jun 28, 2004
Hilarious!! I have read the poor reviews and people should realize that sometimes comedy adds humor to things that might be considered "serious" by some. I will not recommend this to the weak or ultra-sensitive although he is not as vulgar as Richard Pryor or Eddie Murphy... or the Queens of Comedy for that matter. Great comedian and well worth having if you love stand-up or If you've ever laughed at a redneck joke... i.e. Jeff Foxworthy. He's "funnier than a retard in a room full of bouncy balls".
17 of 23 found the following review helpful:
Blue Collar's True Redneck Stands on HIs Own May 31, 2004
By R. P. Grigsby
Look, if you don't know who Larry the Cable Guy is, or what his brand of redneck humor is all about, don't write stupid politically correct reviews. Larry insults just about everyone and makes no apologies for it. If you are easily offended or just a prude, this DVD won't become a classic in your DVD collection. But if you like the charm and down home observations of country-folk this DVD is a great example of Larry's work. If you've seen the Blue Collar Comedy Tour and heard Larry's "Lord I Apologize" CD you've heard much of this before. Not much new stuff and only slight variations on old favorites. The DVD extras aren't worth the effort. But the sound is excellent and the picture bright and clear so it's really Larry at his best. Sure, it's rude, crude and generally offensive but it's hysterical at the same time. If you love Larry, don't miss this DVD!
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