Jeff Dunham: Arguing With Myself

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  • NR
  • 2006
  • 1 hr 16 min
  • 7.9  (4,179)

Jeff Dunham: Arguing With Myself is a hilarious comedy movie released in 2006 featuring one of the most popular ventriloquists of all time, Jeff Dunham. The movie is a concert movie that showcases some of his favorite characters, including Walter, Peanut, Achmed the Dead Terrorist, and Jose Jalapeno on a Stick. Dunham's characters have become widespread, and Jeff Dunham: Arguing With Myself takes these characters to the big screen.

The film opens with Jeff Dunham on stage, and he initiates a conversation with his first character, Walter. The old man immediately pours on the sarcasm, using his trademark grumpiness to poke fun at the world. As Jeff Dunham directs the conversation, Walter has plenty of opinions on topics, ranging from politics to relationships. Walter is an old guy, and he embraces everything from the days of World War II, according to the ventriloquist. With Walter, Jeff Dunham establishes his brand of comedy, where even sarcasm can be funny, and the humor is so clean that it can't be offensive.

Following their conversation, Dunham brings another character to stage, Peanut, a purple creature that looks like a mix between a dragon and a squirrel. Peanut is what Jeff Dunham calls an "insane character," and that's because of the rapid fire of hilarious jokes that he fires from his mouth. Peanut has a contagious laughter, a unique joke box, and a sizable attitude - all talking more rapidly than the previous one.

Besides Walter and Peanut, the film also features other characters such as Jose Jalapeno on a Stick, an energetic personality that always tells puns that never translate well from Spanish. In one dialogue with Peanut, the two characters are on stage, and Jose is in a fantastic mood. However, Peanut is confused as to why he is always on a stick, which leads to a hilarious conversation between the two, and their argument is unforgettable.

Finally, Achmed the Dead Terrorist makes his unexpected appearance. Jeff Dunham created this character following the 9/11 tragedy, and the character has become a hit for his deadpan humor. In the show, Achmed the Dead Terrorist is looking for his 72 virgins in heaven in a conversation with Jeff Dunham portraying the US military. Achmed the Dead Terrorist, unlike his fellow characters, is a lot more edgy, and Jeff Dunham uses him to explore sensitive topics like terrorism.

Jeff Dunham: Arguing With Myself is a fantastic representation of the ventriloquist's talent on stage. On stage, you'll witness some of the most amazing techniques, such as facial movements, arm twitches, and body language that all combine with his voice mimicry to bring the characters to life. Dunham is a master of ventriloquism, and he performs with ease, making the audience forget that it's only one person controlling the laughter.

Throughout the show, Jeff Dunham also interacts with the puppets in a most unexpected way. The audience gets to see some of the behind scenes moments, some of the dialogue that comes up to mind, and how Dunham introduces the characters to the world. It's in these moments that the audience sees how artful the performance is, and how much work has gone into this show.

In conclusion, Jeff Dunham: Arguing With Myself is a must-watch comedy movie for all comedy lovers. Jeff Dunham and his lively characters offer more than just laughs. There is an adorable feeling of friendship, a wholesome sense of fun, and an appreciation of what is essential in all of us. The show is clean, family-friendly, and exceptionally enjoyable for everyone. The show's entertaining dialogue between Jeff and the characters is sure to provide laughs, and the comedic characters will leave the audience rolling with laughter. There is no doubt that fans of Jeff Dunham will enjoy every minute of this movie, but it's also perfect for anyone who simply wants to have a great time.

Jeff Dunham: Arguing With Myself is a 2006 comedy with a runtime of 1 hour and 16 minutes. It has received mostly positive reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 7.9.

Jeff Dunham: Arguing With Myself
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