THE PLOT THUS FAR
Katt Williams ushers in Kattpacalypse, exploding with more energy than an atomic bomb and riffing on everything from Doomsday to Obama. Katt Williams has been the best selling urban comic in the last 10 years and proved to have explosive sales across all platforms from DVD to tours.
WHAT WE THOUGHT
Katt Williams build his sweaty, nervous act on talking out both sides of his mouth. While I acknowledge that a joke is a joke, the dude’s got the consistency of Jay Leno in his awful late 80s prime. I can’t say that I care for any of his supporting movie roles, but the dude was in GTA IV. That’s got to count for something. Doesn’t it?
While an opening disclaimer gives warning that Williams has been off the stage for a bit, it still doesn’t excuse the off nature of the material. His overreliance on ethnic cliches to get himself through troubled spots is awful. It’s like the guys that they used to stick on Def Comedy Jam towards the end of the night. They weren’t awesome, but they could get laughs for saying off-putting shit. I guess that still works for Williams.
The Blu-Ray comes with an animated short. Outside of that, you get nothing but the main feature. The A/V Quality is decent for a live performance. However, the Dolby track keeps all of the audio upfront while the transfer fails to impress. In the end, I’d recommend a rental to fans.
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