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  • Jeff Dunham: Spark of Insanity
    • Jeff Dunham: Spark of Insanity
    • Runtime:80 min
    • Release Date:2017-01-17 12:20:12
    • Director: Michael Simon
    • Genres: Comedy
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MOVIE REVIEW:Jeff Dunham: Spark of Insanity


I'm not very knowledgeable when it comes to stand-up comics, but I
don't think I've ever laughed harder at a single comedian than Jeff
Dunham. The guy is a master. Watching his shows is a non-stop ticket to
comedy heaven, and the acts do not get any less funny when watched

Jeff Dunham brings back some of his most popular puppets (Walter,
Peanut, and Jose Jalepeno), and brings on two new ones (Achmed the Dead
Terrorist and Melvin the Superhero Guy). Walter, my personal favorite,
is funnier than ever. I was laughing so hard that I could hardly
breathe. Unfortunately, Dunham brought back his weakest puppet, Peanut,
who's worse than before. In "Arguing with Myself," Peanut boasted a few
laughs. Here, he nearly brings the show to a dead stop. Dunham needs to
take the hint and get rid of this irritating Muppet-wannabe. Have the
somewhat funnier Jose the Jalepeno pair up with another puppet. Or
better yet, get rid of him as well and bring back a funnier doll, like
Sweet Daddy D.

His two new puppets are more successful. Achmed the Dead Terrorist is
Dunham's most famous puppet, and there's a reason for it: he's
hysterical. The inept ex-suicide bomber is almost as funny as Walter.
Dunham risked a lot by putting such a controversial character into his
show, but Dunham is never insulting to anyone (except terrorists).

Less successful is Melvin the Superhero Guy, but he can generate a few
laughs. The big-nosed superhero isn't as funny as Walter or Achmed, but
he's a lot more entertaining than Peanut.

The director, Michael Shannon, isn't as good as "Spark of Insanity's"
Manny Rodriguez. Shannon frames Jeff and his puppets pretty well, but
his sense of comic timing needs fine-tuning. Fortunately, Jeff is funny
enough to not let this ruin the jokes.

If you thought "Arguing with Myself" was funny, don't miss this one!


*** This review may contain spoilers ***

This is a brilliant stand up comedy from the genius mind of Jeff
Dunham,it starts off with Jeff Dunham doing somee comedy without any of
his which was just sorta a warm up for the dolls,but it was still
funny,then he had Walter who is my favourite out of them,he just
complains about everything,and he is just hilarious,then he got Awkmad
the dead terrorist,who's catchphrase is "silence,I kill you" and also
said lines that are said a lot lately like "stop touching me" and
"knock,knock,who's there?,me I kill you,then he took out the super hero
"Melvin" who has a shirt that says D that stands for his theme song "Du
Du DA DA"and his super powers are to fly,x-ray vision and to stop a
speeding bullet-once!,then he got his weird but hilarious puppet
Peanut,who has a confusing but hilarious personality and then he takes
out Halipino on a stick (while he still has Peanut)-and all in all
great show.


I am a big fan of guys like Ralphie May, Gabriel Iglesias, Larry the
Cable Guy, Ron White, etc, but Jeff Dunham absolutely is the most
talented standup comic out there. It's simply amazing how the guy
manages to give inanimate objects such diverse and strong
personalities. It almost feels like if you saw one of them thrown out
beside the highway some where you would yell- "Hey, there's Walter!" or
"Oh my God, it's Achmed!" The thing that separates Dunham from any
other comic out there is because most standup comics each have unique
routines, but they mostly rely on a single catchphrase- like Blue
Collar's "HERE'S YOUR SIGN!" But Jeff Dunham each gives the puppets a
unique personality, and each and every one of them are hilarious in
their own way. He even sticks out among other ventriloquists, as well
as other standup comics.

I could say much, much more, but I will condense everything by saying
simply Jeff Dunham is a genius!!!

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