Besides being excited for the new season of Carole and Tuesday I was also excited to check out Kevin Harts new docuseries. Now I really enjoy watching Kevin Hart and find him pretty hilarious so being able to watch a more personal video about him had me pretty excited.
The docuseries follows Kevin Hart during his tour when he was recording his most recent stand up and it covers the cheating scandal as well as the Oscar fiasco. It shows you how his team handled the situation and also how Kevin handled the situation as well. You even get more insight into the people that he has around him such as his friends named the plastic cup boys as well as his dad whom he has mentioned in stand ups.
The docuseries is only 6 episodes long and each episode is about 30 mins so it’s definitely something that you can easily get through in a day. Plus when you add in the laughter that Kevin Hart is able to produce it feels like the time just flys by.
Now this isn’t to say that the entire series is funny. There are definitely moments where it gets serious and that’s mostly when the discussion of the cheating and the Oscar scandals come into play. You see just how hurt his wife was and you see the damage control that Kevin’s team goes through. Plus you see how hurt Kevin was through it all and the stress that he was going through.
Overall I have to say that the series was really interesting. It was nice to see the other side of him besides what we all read on gossip blogs and Instagram. Plus it was great to see his home life and know more about his family and friends. So I definitely recommend checking out this series especially if you are a Kevin Hart fan.
I honestly really hope that there is a 2nd season since I would love to know more about his family. So check out this series on Netflix if you haven’t already.
So now I’m curious on if my readers will check out this series? Also I want to know if you have checked out the series what did you think of it? Comment down below your thoughts.
So on December 20th the new Jumanji movie came out starring Dwayne “the rock” Johnson, Kevin Hart, Jack Black, Karen Gillan, Nick Jonas, and Bobby Cannavale.
Jumanji Welcome to the Jungle is about four high school kids name Spencer, Fridge, Bethany, and Marsha who get sucked into a video named Jumanji and have to beat the game in order to get out. The four kids end up getting sucked into the game through getting put into detention through various different ways that are revealed at the beginning of the film.
One thing in particular though that happens is that its starts off very much like the original where one person gets sucked into the game in 1996 and then goes forward to present time with the four main character kids getting sucked into the game. This was pretty well done since you got to see how the Jumanji board game became a video game.
The movie also did pay homage to the original with the mention of the name Alan Parrish which was the name of the character that Robin Williams played in the original. This was awesome to see since it showed them paying respect for not just the original film but also the actor that played that character.
The movies was hilariously funny and kept me laughing from beginning to end. Also it’s considered a standalone sequel so if you taking someone who hasn’t seen the previous Jumanji they don’t have to worry about not being able to understand what’s going on.
Also if you are taking kids to see this movie it does have a bit of harsh language at times and there is some sexual humor. But I definitely give this movie two thumbs up.
So comment down below if you have seen this movie or if you plan to see this movie! Also let me know what you think of this review!
Hey everyone! So for this Monday I decided to start a new series called Motivation Mondays where I just talk about motivating topics or things that are important to you guys. So for this Monday I decided to discussed staying focused on a hobby or goal and also on things books specifically that keep me focused! So check out my new video and subscribe if you haven’t already!
Alright so this is my first book review and hopefully not my last but I decided to review the book I Can’t Make This Up By Kevin Hart.
Now I’m sure many of you know who Kevin Hart is due to him being not a only a very successful comedian but also a successful actor. When I found out he was writing a book I was so happy about and could wait to read it.
I couldn’t wait to read for several reasons such as I knew it was going to be inspiring and I also knew that it was going to be funny. Let’s just say that I definitely wasn’t disappointed.
When the book released I knew I was going to get the e-book versions through iBooks but after looking further I saw there was an audiobook version. Now I don’t usually go for audio books but when I saw that Kevin Hart was narrating his own book I knew I had to get it since laughs were definitely going to be in store.
From the moment I started listening to it I couldn’t stop laughing and since I was listening to this while at work I had to try my best to stifle my laughter so as not to disturb my coworkers. Plus to also not look like a crazy person laughing at something that both could not see or hear.
Not the book wasn’t all laughter since it definitely talked about hardships regarding his family, career, and relationships with many of them being things I didn’t know about.
The book was inspiring and showed me to continue to strive for my dreams and to not let anyone hold me back. The only person standing in my way is me and I have to move myself out of my own way.
So if your someone that likes to read inspiring books or if you like Kevin Hart then definitely check out his book. You can find it at several local book stores if you want a physical copy but also on e-book stores like iBooks or kindle. If your someone who likes audiobooks then I definitely suggest that version since it was hilarious.
So thank you Kevin Hart for all the laughs and smiles I had a long the way while listening to your book. Also thank you for sharing your struggles and inspiring myself and others to continue to hustle and strive for our dreams no matter what.
Oh yeah and feel free to recommend any books you would like me to read and do a review on either here on my blog or on YouTube. So comment that down below if you like.