Search - Jamie Foxx presents: America's Funniest Comics on DVD

Jamie Foxx presents: America's Funniest Comics
Jamie Foxx presents America's Funniest Comics
Actor: Cedric the Entertainer
Genres: Comedy
UR     2007     1hr 5min

Now, for the first time on DVD, Foxx returns to his comedy roots with a DVD series that will keep you in stitches from start to finish. Filmed before a live audience at Atlanta?s hottest comedy and arts festival, Foxx han...  more »

Larger Image

Movie Details

Actor: Cedric the Entertainer
Genres: Comedy
Sub-Genres: Stand-Up
Format: DVD - Color,Widescreen
DVD Release Date: 03/27/2007
Original Release Date: 03/27/2007
Release Year: 2007
Run Time: 1hr 5min
Screens: Color,Widescreen
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaDVD Credits: 1
Total Copies: 2
Members Wishing: 0
MPAA Rating: Unrated
Languages: English

Similar Movies

Similarly Requested DVDs

Mazes and Monsters
Director: Steven Hilliard Stern
   PG   2005   1hr 40min
Red Eye
Widescreen Edition
Director: Wes Craven
   PG-13   2006   1hr 25min
The Tracey Fragments
Director: Bruce McDonald
   R   2008   1hr 17min
The Pagemaster
Directors: Joe Johnston, Pixote Hunt
   G   2002   1hr 20min
Single Disc Widescreen
   PG   2009   1hr 28min
Trading Places
Director: John Landis
   R   2002   1hr 58min
The Manchurian Candidate
Director: John Frankenheimer
   PG-13   1998   2hr 6min
Chris Rock - Bigger and Blacker
Director: Keith Truesdell
   NR   2000   1hr 5min
Big Bully
Director: Steve Miner
   PG   2000   1hr 30min
Director: Caroline Thompson
   PG   2001   1hr 24min

Movie Reviews

Some Funny, Some Not So Funny
Shamontiel L. Vaughn | Chicago | 10/06/2007
(3 out of 5 stars)

"I really like Cedric the Entertainer, but by this DVD saying "Jamie Foxx presents..." I thought Foxx was going to be in here somewhere. No such luck. Cedric only cracked a couple jokes as the host. However, they introduced some comics I knew nothing about and some I wasn't as familiar with, so it was cool to see fresh comedy.

Donnell Rawlings: He was cool, but I'm getting a little tired of him constantly talking about Chapelle. He went to Africa. Please let it go.

David Arnold: I love when comedians can make jokes about everyday events that most people wouldn't even think of. I cracked up about his issue with the six-week rule after pregnancy, dropping babies, and vacuuming. He's attractive too, which makes him nice to look at while I laugh at him. His comments about work is how I feel every SINGLE weekday!

Esau McGraw: I lived in Missouri for two years. All that hollering was not necessary, and it seemed so phony to me. I turned the volume down to the lowest level, so he wouldn't be screaming his jokes at me, but after awhile, I got so distracted that I stopped listening altogether.

Louie Katz: White men talking about their Black girlfriends--the cultural differences that these dudes learn always entertains me. He walked a tightrope when he said the line about hair smelling like chicken though. The crowd stopped laughing at that one, but I know he meant no harm. He was a pretty funny dude.

Spanky Hayes: I always thought Spanky was funny on "Wild n' Out," but I barely laughed at him here. It was a little disappointing. His jokes about dating White girls and bragging to the Black girls were funny though. He'll pick some controversial topics and meet them dead on. Good stuff.

Tony Scofield: I loooooooooooved his "One Man Riot" jacket. I would be so happy to find one that said "One Woman Riot" for myself. I am a grinch when it comes to technology, so I nodded my head through his tech savvy rant. He's telling the truth. The hot oil joke was funny. Put it on "popcorn." *cracking up*

Willy Barcena: I laughed SUPER hard at every single thing he said. That was a funny cat. He joked about everything from male/female arguments, talk shows and a 800 lb. woman, to wrestling. Barcena is the best kind of comedy. It looks natural to me, like he's just sitting in his living room and talking off the top of his dome instead of onstage in front of hundreds of people. I loved it!