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Television If Kevin Hart Supposedly Gained Goodwill by Apologizing, I Think He Lost Much of It During This Colbert Interview

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22 minutes ago, skillzdadirecta said:

Oh damn... do I even want to watch?

 

I feel like this is a question one would ask when they're about to watch anything with Kevin Hart in it. :p

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33 minutes ago, Keyser_Soze said:

 

I feel like this is a question one would ask when they're about to watch anything with Kevin Hart in it. :p

Oh I don't watch his stuff at all... I saw him live once a couple of years back and while he was clearly working on new material, it was an impromptu stand up at a comedy club, he just wasn't funny to me. By all accounts he's a nice guy though.

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7 minutes ago, Bloodporne said:

Can we have a poll on whose filmography is more dire? 

Kevin Hart vs. Adam Sandler 

At this point Sandler... but Hart says " hold my beer".

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4 minutes ago, skillzdadirecta said:

At this point Sandler... but Hart says " hold my beer".

I forgot that Sandler recently somehow doubled the fuck down and made those, apparently, utterly heinous Netflix deal 'movies'. Nevermind...

 

I will admit to liking Billy Madison and Happy Gilmore though so that's 2:0 for Sandler on that front. 

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2 minutes ago, skillzdadirecta said:

Sandler has been making consistently bad movies for almost 20 years now.  Hart has a ways to go to catch up. Sandler is rich as shit though.

I wonder what is ultimately worse, not having made one single decently funny movie like Hart...ever...or having made potentially two and then unloaded garbage for 20 years after haha. The philosophical debate goes deep here.

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1 hour ago, Bloodporne said:

Can we have a poll on whose filmography is more dire? 

Kevin Hart vs. Adam Sandler 

 

I’d argue that Kevin Hart’s film career is more akin to Kevin James or Rob Schneider at this point. Where Sandler just makes crappy movies, Hart basically plays himself with a theme.

For instance:

Rob Schneider is... an animal... a 17 year old girl... a male gigolo... etc

Kevin James is... an MMA fighting school teacher... a zoo keeper... a mall security guard... etc

Kevin Hart is... a fake best man... a fake criminal... a high school drop out... a CIA agent’s only friend... etc

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5 minutes ago, Spork3245 said:

 

I’d argue that Kevin Hart’s film career is more akin to Kevin James or Rob Schneider at this point. Where Sandler just makes crappy movies, Hart basically plays himself with a theme.

For instance:

Rob Schneider is... an animal... a 17 year old girl... a male gigolo... etc

Kevin James is... an MMA fighting school teacher... a zoo keeper... a mall security guard... etc

Kevin Hart is... a fake best man... a fake criminal... a high school drop out... a CIA agent’s only friend... etc

Rob Schneider having ever had any semblance of a career in show business is one of the greatest mysteries of the ages. 

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5 minutes ago, Bloodporne said:

Rob Schneider having ever had any semblance of a career in show business is one of the greatest mysteries of the ages. 

 

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1 hour ago, Spork3245 said:

 

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If only I were an anti-Semite this once so I could explain his existence in Hollywood by the fact he's half-Jewish. 

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2 minutes ago, Bloodporne said:

If only I were an anti-Semite this once so I could explain his existence in Hollywood by the fact he's half-Jewish. 

 

@SFLUFAN :confused:

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4 hours ago, Bloodporne said:

I wonder what is ultimately worse, not having made one single decently funny movie like Hart...ever...or having made potentially two and then unloaded garbage for 20 years after haha. The philosophical debate goes deep here.

 

Adam Sandler is way worse. I don't know how much depth Kevin Hart has, so he's milking his talents for what they're worth. I can respect that. Adam Sandler may actually be a mildly talented actor...maybe. However, he seems content to just make movies that are mostly just excuses to party on a studio's dime.

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No love for The Waterboy? The Wedding Singer? For some reason he turned down the role of The Bear Jew in Inglorious  Basterds despite the fact that Quentin Tarantino wrote the part with him in mind.

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Billy Madison

Happy Gilmore

Wedding Singer

Waterboy

Big Daddy

 

I'd even consider these to be mildly good movies

Click

Little Nicky

Mr Deeds

Anger Management

 

He's even had his hand in some movies (not that it indicated he in the reason its good) like Joe Dirt or Grandma's Boy.

 

I found Kevin Hart's early stuff funny, but it wore on me quickly. After just a few times watching him I was sick of him.

 

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6 hours ago, skillzdadirecta said:

Sandler has been making consistently bad movies for almost 20 years now.  Hart has a ways to go to catch up. Sandler is rich as shit though.

 

Hey, at least Sandler succeeded in getting rich by being a whore. 

 

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The only movie I have seen with Hart is Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle. Loved that movie. 

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I just watched the video in the OP... if you get posted at Hart because of that it's because you want to be posted at him. That was pretty tame... and he's still pretty lame.

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48 minutes ago, skillzdadirecta said:

I just watched the video in the OP... if you get posted at Hart because of that it's because you want to be posted at him. That was pretty tame... and he's still pretty lame.

 

9 hours ago, Kal-El814 said:

? That was pretty tame.

 

Tame or not I thought Colbert gave him an out and he said no, I'm not going to say anything. I am who I am, a dick. Now look at these funny memes!

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1 hour ago, Keyser_Soze said:

No mentions of Punch Drunk Love or Reign Over Me ITT?

 

Terrible Adam Sandler fans :talkhand:

For real. Punch Drunk Love alone is enough to say his filmography is way better than Kevin Hart 

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The Upside looks to be a very solid project from Hart..

 

Hart and Sandler are sufficiently talented but need a project and directors to dial them back and put their actual talent to use..(I really enjoy the Wedding Singer and most of 50 first dates)

 

Now Kevin James and Schneider, yeah Definitely no talent there..

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"The truth is, Kevin, you're not being attacked," Crews continued. "The truth is you have to just acknowledge what went on and acknowledge the pain of other people. That’s all anybody's asking for. That's it.

 

"The Brooklyn Nine-Nine star and host of America's Got Talent: The Champions compared himself to Hart, saying he sometimes becomes defensive when his wife accuses him of something wrong.

 

"Then all of a sudden you can get hardened," he said, "but the hard part is when you put down the defenses and you say, 'Wait a minute, I'm not listening.'"

 

In the past, Crews has described Hart as a "brother" and said he expected him to be able to "come back" from the controversy.

 

 

I've barely followed Terry Crews at all before, like, 2017/2018, but I've been extremely impressed by him.

 

I'm not heavily invested in this Hart saga, but I think overall many people won't think less of you if you just admit you were part of this homophobic culture and made amends with what you used to think (or what you may still think). God knows in my life, I used to have instances where I said something pretty bad to somebody, and I'd keep going on with my life, thinking it's OK, or that I changed, or I'm not proud of it but I'm not the same guy. But sometimes, all someone wants is an apology because they want to feel as if you believe they're worth one.

 

It's helped me make amends with people from whom I was estranged for years, and I think the same concept can apply to something like this. It's better to apologize right away than let it linger because you don't think you need to give one or you're worried they won't accept the apology.

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15 hours ago, number305 said:

Adam Sandler also made Punch drunk love which is great.

 

14 hours ago, skillzdadirecta said:

No love for The Waterboy? The Wedding Singer? For some reason he turned down the role of The Bear Jew in Inglorious  Basterds despite the fact that Quentin Tarantino wrote the part with him in mind.

 

I take back the "two movies" thing actually. The Wedding Singer is a really great movie at what it shoots for and Punch Drunk Love really stuck with me for quite some time. He's also got some impressive acting chops in Punch.

 

Kind of reminds me of Jim Carrey randomly being phenomenal in Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind. 

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To me Hart is kind of another version of Jack Black.  Lots of extreme facial reactions and big arm movements...

 

However even Jack Black has Tenacious D, and he has found a niche with kids movies (school of rock, goosebumps, house with a clock in it's walls).

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44 minutes ago, Bloodporne said:

 

 

I take back the "two movies" thing actually. The Wedding Singer is a really great movie at what it shoots for and Punch Drunk Love really stuck with me for quite some time. He's also got some impressive acting chops in Punch.

 

Kind of reminds me of Jim Carrey randomly being phenomenal in Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind. 

Jim Carey is a very underrated dramatic actor.  Watch Kidding on Showtime to see what I'm talking about.

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5 minutes ago, number305 said:

To me Hart is kind of another version of Jack Black.  Lots of extreme facial reactions and big arm movements...

 

However even Jack Black has Tenacious D, and he has found a niche with kids movies (school of rock, goosebumps, house with a clock in it's walls).

Jack Black was amazing in Bernie.

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