Martin Lawrence Live: Runteldat (2002) - Documentary, Comedy

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After undergoing a number of personal crises, a stand-up comic returns to the stage for a one-man show featuring stinging social commentary and very personal reflections about his life.

IMDB: 5.4
Director: David Raynr
Stars: Martin Lawrence, Nancy O'Dell
Length: 113 Minutes
PG Rating: R
Reviews: 3 out of 33 found boring (9.09%)

One-line Reviews (8)

Martin was times.. but sometimes it was just mildly entertaining.

very funny and enjoyable .

Contrasting this with moments of trite insincerity just makes it even worse.

"Martin Lawrence Live: Runteldat" is funny, engaging, insightful and crude; "Martin Lawrence Live: Runteldat" contains all of these and I can finally say I have seen Martin Lawrence at his best.

Ig you are considering spending money on this abomination, i suggest you save your money and instead punch yourself in the face for an hour.

If you can look through the language, Lawrence's physical antics on stage make this film worth watching.

And what was up with the slow pace?

When you're part of the live audience, you're better able to capture his intensity, which makes the experience more enjoyable, but engaging a movie audience with this material is more of a challenge.