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Plot: It’s Charlie Sheen’s turn to step in to the celebrity hot seat for the latest installment of The Comedy Central Roast.
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Sheen Certainly Makes for an Easy Target
Comedy Central Roast of Charlie Sheen (2011)
*** 1/2 (out of 4)
The Comedy Central Roasts have gathered some familiar names over the years but it’s doubtful any of them bigger than Charlie Sheen. I guess what made this special so “special” is the fact that the actor was in the biggest year of his career because it was all going down the toilet. Being fired from his hit TV show, a disastrous comedy tour, hookers, drugs, his father crying out for him and this was just the beginning but with all of this stuff it certainly left the roasters a lot to work with. Once again Seth MacFarlane returns as the host and we also get roasters including William Shatner, Kate Walsh, Mike Tyson, Jon Lovitz, Steve-O, Amy Schumer, Patrice O’Neal and of course Jeffrey Ross. The comedy level is pretty high from start to finish with a wide range of jokes, which of course aren’t going to be for those easily offended. There are many jokes aimed at Sheen’s profession of abusing hookers and of course the drug jokes are non-stop. As you’d expect, the level of laughs from the roasters is quite mixed but for the most part they’re all pretty good. The real stand out should come as no shock but it’s Jeffrey Ross, the one vet from previous roasts. The man will certainly stop at nothing to get a laugh and this includes jokes about Sheen’s children and a few very sharp ones aimed at Tyson. Speaking of Tyson, he is certainly the target for a lot of jokes with some very funny ones about his voice, prison stint and of course a couple about Don King. The former boxer also does a pretty good job in his segment and manages to be quite funny poking fun of those on the stage. The real key to the event is seeing how the real target takes everything and it’s clear that Sheen is having a good time. He’s certainly laughing at the majority of the material and I was really shocked to see how well he handled some of the jokes and especially the ones aimed at his children. Even Martin Sheen and Emilio Estevez get a few nice jokes told about them. At the end Sheen gets to stand up and deliver back at those on stage and he too manages to come across very funny. Fans of the series will certainly have to rank this as one of the best and I’m sure those fans of Sheen will enjoy looking back with laughs at his troubled past.
Definitely fun to watch
I’ve seen people embarrassed about that joke Amy Schumer did on Ryan Dunn/Steve-O, or about Sheen’s kids…but you know what? Go see your daily standard comedy instead and keep away from the CC Roast! Comedy has to be a punch in your face. And that’s exactly what they do here. Not all the time, but sometimes there are those moments where you think “Wow! did he really say that!?”. Nobody’s spared. Nobody. If you are in the cast, you have to be ready to be targeted anytime. And everyone in that cast knows what he’s doing there. They know there are no limits in this show. That’s why it works so well and that’s what makes it special and different to anything else. In the end it’s just words and you can clearly see that they’re all like a big family having fun with each other. They don’t take it too seriously, and they can laugh about themselves, which is good to see.
Good show, and I love MacFarlane’s humor and appearance as a host. What a talent he is, more of him please — and more of the Roast 😉
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 30 min (90 min)
Genre Documentary, Comedy
Director Joel Gallen
Writer Ray James (head writer), Michael Ferrucci, Chris McGuire, Frank Sebastiano, Josh Comers, David Feldman, Jesse Joyce, Patrick Meighan (additional material), Guy Nicolucci, Danny Smith (additional material), John Viener (additional material), George Reinblatt (contributing writer), J. Holland Moore, Orny Adams, Nick Malis, Julius Sharpe (additional material), Kevin Schini, Kurt Metzger, Carl Reid
Actors Charlie Sheen, Seth MacFarlane, Kate Walsh, Jeffrey Ross
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Sound Mix Dolby Digital
Aspect Ratio 16:9 HD
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