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Reading the whiners that wished John had not criticized Trump and the nightmare his existence is along with Rupert Murdoch and his contribution to ending civility in the world. Fortunately John properly denounced and laughed at these horrible people! Seeing this icon of comedy in person was well worth the cost. John is like a member of "The Beatles Of Comedy!"
Greg from Calgary, Alberta
This show was awful. Waste of my money and a slight at my moral fibre. Sitting through racist jokes then having them justified in an idiotic manner, trying to be funny . That ship has sailed Monty! Glad I was able to help pay your 20 million alimony. An insult to those few remaining fans you have left. Gladly I didn’t vip. Ouch. Call it a Day John , you are embarrassing what legacy you had.
Domenic from Cambridge, Ontario
WONDERFUL! IF THE DAMN THING HAD FINISHED PROPERLY!
It was lovely to see see Mr. Cleese regale us all with stories of his life, from boy to star, and a bit in between. He ventured into his childhood with his mother, his Pre, During, and Post Python years, and even talked of his personal sadness at the death of his friend and writing partner, Graham Chapman. All in all, it was a wonderful evening filled with hilarious anecdotes, and a comedy legend who, I'm sure, had too many stories to cram into two hours.
But where were the questions?! We were promised a Q&A when purchasing our tickets but didn't get one! Both my date and myself were very disappointed that there was not even an apology for such an oversight, whatever the reason. If there had been some mention of something, I'm sure I would move on. Yet now I have a question unanswered, so perhaps I'll leave it with you.
In your opinion, why do you think so many comedians of the 60's and 70's had such tormented personal lives, and what draws these types to comedy in the first place?
Heathersneste from Charlotte, North Carolina
WAY BETTER THAN MOST REVIEWS WILL HAVE YOU BELIEVE.
First I want to say that there was no film in the beginning which many previous reviews had
complained about. I love Cleese, but can not say I am a fan of Python, so no film made me
The evening was highly intelligent and thought provoking. The fact that I was able to purchase
discounted tickets via Groupon made it that much better! John Cleese is extremely intelligent
and speaks to challenge your beliefs which obviously unnerved people since there were many
empty seats, but what can you expect in Charlotte, NC.
Stephen Korbey from Toronto, Ontario
CANDID REMINISCENCE BY A HUGE ICON OF COMEDY.
John is older now, but still incisive and scathing of the ability of eighty
percent of the global population. He is an incredible raconteur with a
massive arsenal of stories referring to so many parts of our lives.
His comedy is not always immediately accessible unless you are
familiar with his body of work.
If you are a fan, go see him.
We arrived by Go train at Union, a short walk, via Kelly’s Landing, from
Mike Kissner from Dallas, Texas
JOHN CLEESE AT IRVING TX
I was fully expecting the showing of Holy Grail but ended up disappointed that any "highlight" clips from the
MPFC TV series and Fawlty Towers with his commentary on the clips was not part of the evening. I guess it
would have made the show too long....but to have none? That would have been a much more effective and
enjoyable use of time to spend with one of my all time favorite comedians! Most of his observations were
funny and typical John Cleese. His anecdotal stories were also great.
Roger from Fresno, California
It was great to be able to see Monty Python and the Holy Grail in a theater again. It
was even better when Mr. Cleese was introduced by his daughter. The man is still a
comedic genius and the crowd seemed very appreciative where I was sitting. I don't
understand the negative review because he didn't get very political ( I guess some
people are too thin skinned) at all. The people complaining don't seem to
understand that Mr. Cleese pointed out some sad truths about our current political
situation. That's good comedy! The person complaining about "not enough
questions" had the opportunity to fill out as many question cards as they would
have liked but apparently chose to not participate. I, along with my wife and 20 year
old son, had a great time and if it would have been another half hour I would have
rated it 5 stars. It was over way too quickly. If he comes back to Fresno, we will go
again! Great night, great comedy with a legend! Come back Mr. Cleese!
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