Perhaps best known as the motormouthed pimp Money Mike in Ice Cube's blockbuster hit Friday After Next (2002), the Cincinnati-born African American comedian, television star (The Boondocks, Nick Cannon Presents: Wild N' Out), and movie actor Katt Williams returns to his hometown for a night of comedy in the stand-up performance film Katt Williams: Live. In this raunchy, uncensored routine, Williams free associates on everything from sex, to fatherhood, to his presuppositions and disillusionment about life in the City of Angels. Alphonzo J. Wesson directs this eighty-five minute set. ~ Nathan Southern, Rovi
You'd be better off watching "Pimp Chronicles" or "It's Pimpin, Pimpin". Same jokes, but way better presentation in terms of quality of film and sound. "Let a Playa Play, was funny, just seemed low budget.
Katt Williams is one of my fave comedians. As a result, I have seen most of his stand ups. I hadn't seen this one, so I decided to rent it. I was disappointed that he told the same jokes in this one that he did in all of the others. It seems like the only thing different was the location in which he was performing. It was funny if you haven't heard the jokes before, but if you have seen any of his others, it seems like you are watching the same thing over and over again