Jamie Foxx Presents: America's Funniest Comics: Vol. 4

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Jamie Foxx Presents: America's Funniest Comics: Vol. 4

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Director:
Andre Allen
Released:
2006
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Jamie Foxx Presents: America's Funniest Comics: Vol. 4 presents seven of America's best urban comedians at work live and on stage in Atlanta. Oscar-winning actor Jamie Fox was once stand-up comedian himself and he stands as the comedy film's MC, sharing introductions with his friend Cedric the Entertainer. Donnell Rawlings hits the stage first and goes right into his routine on why Dave Chapelle escaped to Africa. Next up is the up-and-coming comedian David Arnold, taking on subjects like vacuuming and black men in the workplace. Comedian Esau McGraw from Mississippi teaches the audience how to holler like a black southerner and Louie Katz gives the audience his thoughts on interracial relationships. Jamie and Cedric do a short sketch in the middle if the show and after Louie Katz hits the stage comparing black women to white girls. Tony Scofield comes up next, and Willy Barcena ends the gig with suggestions on how to win arguments with black women. Jamie Foxx hand picked the ensemble to perform during Atlanta's 2006 comedy festival.moreless
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