Katt Williams: Great America

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  • TV-MA
  • 2018
  • 1 hr
  • 6.2  (1,070)

Katt Williams: Great America is a stand-up comedy special filmed in December 2017 at the Citizens Bank Arena in Ontario, California. The special highlights Katt Williams' unique style of comedy and his observations on American culture, politics, race, and the current state of society. Williams delivers his performance with an unapologetic and raunchy attitude, making fun of everything from the #MeToo movement to the Trump administration.

The special starts off with a politically charged rant in which Williams expresses his views on the current state of America. He discusses the impact of social media on society and how it has changed the landscape of comedy. Williams then moves on to tackle more controversial topics such as gun control, police brutality, and the Black Lives Matter movement.

Throughout the special, Williams' delivery is sharp and witty, capturing his audience's attention with ease. He dives deep into societal issues while never losing the audience's attention with his hilarious punchlines. He dishes out criticisms and critiques of the issues that plague the United States with a biting humor. His performance is not all politics and societal issues, Williams also tackles personal subjects such as his recent divorce and the complications he faced due to alimony.

One of the highlights of the special is Williams' take on the current state of celebrity culture. He points out that the current generation of celebrities is nothing compared to the legends of the past. He also takes aim at current rappers and the influx of "mumble rap," criticizing their lyrics for lack of depth and coherence. He then impersonates some of the current rappers in his unique way, leaving the audience in stitches.

The special has numerous engaging stories, and Williams recounts some of his humorous encounters while on tour. He shares his time with a family in rural Mississippi, who he helped with their chicken farming business. Williams extemporaneously reveals that he had to confront a neighbor who had been stealing eggs from the family, and hilariously adds his voice to the conversation.

The sound production and direction of the special are on-point, with sharp and crisp imagery that captures the spirit of Williams' performance. The special is shot at the Citizens Bank Arena, and the lighting is well distributed throughout the whole stage, giving Williams' every angle of the spotlight. The production team is diligent in giving viewers an immersive experience by using wide angle cameras to capture the audience's reactions throughout the performance.

Despite the political and social commentary, Katt Williams: Great America is not all mescurism. Williams' delivery is incredibly funny, and he never misses an opportunity to crack a joke or even inspire some good belly laughs. He speaks with energy and clarity, and there is never a dull moment throughout the entire show.

In summary, Katt Williams: Great America is a must-watch for any fan of stand-up comedy. Williams brings his unique style and perspective in a genre that has become more politically correct and somewhat predictable. He combines edginess and humor to deliver a performance that feels both fresh and nostalgic. If you are looking for something to watch that will make you laugh out loud and at the same time provides a refreshing take on politics and societal issues, Katt Williams: Great America is an excellent choice.

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    6.2  (1,070)