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Bill Burr Let It Go (2010/Image DVD)


Picture: C+ Sound: C+ Extras: C+ Concert: B-



Bill Burr may not be a laugh riot, but he is one of the funnier comedians I have seen lately and his sometimes bold and well-times Let It Go concert has enough funny moments to go out of your way to catch. Running 65 minutes, Burr never has any dull moments as he takes on attitudes, sex and how idiotic people can be. He also is self-deprecating in amusing ways without turning into Rodney Dangerfield, but may be a stand-up on his way to bigger things.


Recently turning up as a detective in the failed comedy Date Night, there is no doubt that he has a presence, talent and the camera even likes him. Hope we see more of him soon.


The anamorphically enhanced 1.78 X 1 image is likely a 1080i taping, but has some good color and for a static, simple shot of the comedian throughout, has few challenges to meet. The Dolby Digital 5.1 mix places Burr into the center channel more than I would have liked and 2.0 Stereo might have been the preferred mix, but the recording is sufficient for the show. Extras include Outtakes, The Monday Morning Podcast and bonus stand-up clips.



- Nicholas Sheffo


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