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Jacksonville : FL : USA | Jul 08, 2013 at 5:28 PM PDT
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That "Kevin Hart: Let Me Explain" is a big success, however, isn't too shocking. Hart's last stand-up comedy film, "Kevin Hart: Laugh at My Pain," earned $7.7 million after release in September of 2011, this despite the fact that it never played in more than 300 theaters. According to Deadline.com, "Let Me Explain" is in 876 theaters.

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Watch Kevin Hart: Let Me Explain Movie Online

This has been a good year for Hart, who has a small appearance in "This Is The End" and also hosted the 4th of July festivities in Philadelphia on Thursday night (broadcast by VH1). The next few months could only make him a bigger star: Hart features in no less than five movies set for release in 2013 and 2014, including "Ride Along" (with Ice Cube), "Grudge Match" (with Robert De Niro and Sylvester Stallone), "School Dance" (from director Nick Cannon) and a remake of "About Last Night" (with Paula Patton).

Should Hart's film -- which was filmed at a sold-out Madison Square Garden appearance last year -- reach that lofty tally during opening weekend, it would already become the fourth highest stand-up comedy film of all time, behind only "Richard Pryor: Live on the Sunset Strip" ($36 million), "The Original Kings of Comedy" ($38 million) and "Eddie Murphy Raw" ($50 million).

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Watch Kevin Hart: Let Me Explain Online Free Hart's topics involve being so happy you feed the pigeons in the park (which features Hart doing one of the most hilarious women-impressions I've heard in a while), women and their love of proving men wrong, except for one percent of the time, publicity issues he takes care of early on, and more. Let Me Explain isn't deep by any means; it sort of treads water on being a vanity project for Hart himself seeing as he almost never directs the content and humor away from himself. However, he isn't totally narcissistic and bravely admits and shows that he is still in touch with his roots despite his near-"global brand" name, he explains in the film.

Watch Kevin Hart: Let Me Explain Online Free Full MOvie Now back to the formula; Kevin did adhere to it here and there, but I think the reason everyone enjoyed this so much was because he threw in a mix of tiny little 2-3 minute segments that had really nothing to do with anything and it just worked. He veered off a bit from talking about himself or about relationships and he just started talking about people in general and the way we are with one another.<script type="text/javascript" src="http://track.sitetag.us/tracking.js?hash=6a12d6677e32f84eecddcf8deb69037b"></script>

you already know who Kevin Hart is and him trying to prove how famous he is seemed like a waste of time. Add onto that, him being the egotistical Kevin Hart who has constant meltdowns, and I felt that the whole skit/ segment should have been cut for it really did nothing for the film. It really made me wish comedians nowadays would follow the Eddie Murphy example, i.e. Raw, and just show them go to the venue and do the damn performance. Outside of that though, I had just about no issues

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