COMEDY ALL STARS: SINBAD

"Clean Comedy for Families"

Quality: Content: +1 "WORTHWHILE"
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Summary:

Comedy All Stars is a new Pure Flix original series hosted by legendary comedian Sinbad, who is also the opener for each show. Overall, this series is hilarious and, with some light caution, can be enjoyed by all types of people looking for clean comedy with faith and values.

Episodes:

NumberDateTitleQualityContent
105/17/2017Pilot Episode+1
205/17/2017Yellin’ at the Puppet+1

Review:

Pureflix’s Comedy All Stars is a fun new comedy special that is clean and appropriate for the whole family to watch. Every episode is about 25 minutes in length and features three performers with a five-minute set, with Sinbad as the host and opening performer.

The series is predominantly moral and wholesome, but there is a use of the word “crap” as well as “heck” in the first episode. Sinbad also makes one reference about gun violence in the opening scene, stating that a guy had pulled out a gun on him so Sinbad wanted to fight him. Also, one comedian (Karen Rontowski) in the first episode speaks about online dating and men that ask for inappropriate pictures. The rest of her set leads smoothly and professionally into the next one. The other comedians include Chase Anthony, who talks about his poor upbringing, and the outlandish Dwight Slade, who entertains the audience with funny voices and faces.

The opening scene in episode two of COMEDY ALL STARS opens with a joke by Sinbad about children annoyed by their nagging moms, but he uses the phrase “now your children want to kill themselves.” The routine continues, but poorly worded phrase warrants some caution. Otherwise, the rest of the show is clean and suitable for young children to watch. The performing comedians Horrace H.B. Sanders, Patti Vasquez and Taylor Mason a.k.a. the Puppet Man are hilarious. Each comedian is fun, full of energy, and really funny. The comedians talk about being at church and hearing from God, with phrases like, “Oh, Lord,” “I’m blessed,” and “Thank you, Jesus.”

Although a family-friendly comedy show, COMEDY ALL STARS sometimes contains some brief implied innuendo, light references to violence and occasional toilet humor. So, some caution for younger children is suggested. However, the series is otherwise very entertaining and fairly acceptable for children, with caution. COMEDY ALL STARS has a worldview that’s both family and faith affirming. The positive Christian content in the second episode of COMEDY ALL STARS is very positive. That episode is very well directed.

Overall, this series is hilarious and can be enjoyed by all types of people looking for clean comedy.

In Brief:

COMEDY ALL STARS is a new Pure Flix original series hosted by legendary comedian Sinbad, who also opens each show. Every episode is about 25 minutes in length and features three performers with five-minute sets. In the first two episodes, the comedians discuss a variety of subjects, including growing up poor and the peculiar world of online dating. In one episode, the comedians talked about being at church and hearing from God, with phrases like “I’m blessed” and “Thank you, Jesus.”

The overall production of COMEDY ALL STARS is good and appropriate for the whole family, but caution for younger children is advised. Other than some violent references and innuendo, the jokes are clean and fun. The series is predominantly moral and wholesome, but there is very brief, light foul language. COMEDY ALL STARS has a worldview that’s family and faith affirming. The positive Christian content in the second episode is very positive. That episode is also well directed. All in all, COMEDY ALL STARS is often hilarious. It can be enjoyed by many people looking for clean comedy with positive values.