Blue Collar Comedy Tour: The Movie

Blue Collar Comedy Tour: The Movie

The comedic stylings of four sort-of famous funnymen are brought to the big screen courtesy of this 2002 documentary.

The film features live stand-up performances filmed at Phoenix's Dodge Theater in July 2002 as well as behind-the-scenes sequences highlighting the individual comedians: Jeff Foxworthy, Bill Engvall, Ron White and Larry the Cable Guy as they barnstorm the country with their unique brand of working-class humor. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Diane J B (fr) wrote: Enjoyed this movie! Two broken people find a way to heal and find each other.

David T (mx) wrote: Despite the atrocious reviews I actually liked this movie. The premise of the film is very attracting and so is the all star cast. But the film in the end was predictable. That and the film seemed mismatched on who the audience this was aimed for. Some of the plot was more family friendly but then some of the gags will have you tell the kids to leave the room or cover their ears. However if you're a fan of Tim Allen like myself, you'll overlook it and enjoy it. Note that Allen directed this and featured some of his co-stars from his past movies. I liked this and I will definitely re-watch it.

Luke G (kr) wrote: Confusing plot because of so many drug induced skips, but Knight and Day still arounds off to pure action fun

Phil S (it) wrote: What do Tom Sizemore and Harrison Young have in common? They were both in the best war movie ever made, Saving Private Ryan. What else do they have in common? They both were in The Flyboys. Talk about a nose dive. Haha. Hahahaha. That pun is as stupid as this movie was.

Kim E (de) wrote: Another entertaining, if a bit silly, Bud Spencer flick.

Dawn L (kr) wrote: Words fail me for this flick...lol...Gotta LOVE John Waters!!!

John A (kr) wrote: Hammer's New Vampire Franchise Was Cut Short With Only This Film Put Into Production Due To Bad Timing & Lack Of Advertisement In The US. This Vamp Tale Puts An Entertaining Twist On The Vampire Legend & Features A Hero More Charismatic Than The Vampires He Battles. A Lot Of Promise For A New Series Is Shown Here & Sadly Went No Further.