Bob Saget: That Ain't Right

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  • 2007
  • 56 min
  • 6.0  (808)

Bob Saget: That Ain't Right is a 2007 comedy documentary film directed by Beth McCarthy-Miller and featuring comedian Bob Saget. The film is a recording of a live stand-up comedy show performed by Saget at the Skirball Cultural Center in Los Angeles, California. The movie opens with the backstage chatter of Saget as he prepares himself for the show. He jokes around with his crew and talks about the nerves associated with performing live comedy.

Bob Saget is best known for his role as Danny Tanner in the hit 1990s sitcom Full House, as well as the voice of the future Ted Mosby in the popular CBS sitcom How I Met Your Mother. He is a comedian with a decidedly adult-oriented approach, often using dark and obscene humor, and That Ain't Right features Saget's no-holds-barred comedic stylings on full display. Saget's brand is darkly hilarious with crude jokes about sex, drugs, and other taboo subjects.

With his quick wit and matter-of-fact delivery, Saget tears through his set with energy and levity. Saget opens with an explicit joke about a school shooter, while the crowd shifts uncomfortably in their seats. However, as always, Saget pushes on unfazed, packing in a whole lot of pervasive sex jokes, dropping F-bombs and using every profanity to playfully attack his squeaky-clean image from back in his Full House days.

Saget also shares anecdotes from his personal life, including stories about his father's passing and his own experiences with drugs. Saget seems to have no filter when it comes to sharing stories about the darker moments of his life, making him all the more relatable to the audience. Saget is fearless in his approach to comedy, and it is clear that his intent is to provoke his audience by pushing the boundaries of good taste.

Saget seemingly already knows what the audience will expect of him and doesn't disappoint. He fully portrays the essence of his unwaveringly vulgar style. He takes jabs at soft targets, including the media and even Dustin Diamond, his former Full House co-star who played Screech. Saget genuinely seems to have enjoyed himself during the performance that endows his comedy with a degree of honesty.

The picture also includes pre-recorded snippets that interchanged his controversial performance with celebrities on the commentary. John Stamos, Jamie Kennedy and Jim Norton gave Saget's stand-up universal praise, while Gilbert Gottfried amusedly advised against anyone under the age of 40 even giving Saget's brand of humor a chance. The interviews are perfectly timed to comment on Saget's bawdiest bits.

Bob's quick wit and crude humor build up to a kind of punchline that is a reiteration of the movie's title, That Ain't Right. Saget delivers it in a direct, but light-hearted approach that don't let the rawness of his jokes get in the way of his glee. And, of course, like comedies before him, he offers a poignant moment, as he talks candidly about the tragic loss of his sister to Scleroderma.

In summary, Bob Saget: That Ain't Right is a must-watch for fans of Bob Saget's comedy. It presents his brand of humor in a way that many of his fans will find hilarious and will have them laughing out loud. It is definitely not suitable for kids since the film contains a lot of offensive language and crude humor. Some might find his jokes too offensive and will cringe at some of the jokes. That being said, if you are a fan of Bob Saget and appreciate dark and offensive humor, this movie is definitely worth watching.

Bob Saget: That Ain't Right is a 2007 comedy with a runtime of 56 minutes. It has received moderate reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 6.0.

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    6.0  (808)