Comedy Central Roast of Justin Bieber



IMDb Rating 7.3 10 3630

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April 19, 2021 at 04:26 PM



Will Ferrell as Ron Burgundy
Pete Davidson as Self - Roaster
Kate Walsh as Self - Audience Member
Kevin Hart as Self - Roast Master
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Alan_H4 6 / 10

Not bad, there were some really good moments in it

It had some funny moments in it. Especially the one with Pete Davidson, Jeffrey Ross and Hannibal Buress made me laugh the most. Kevin Heart was really good at taking the lead on this one. As always he plays the funny midget and succeeds in it.

Especially the jokes they made about Shaquille O'Neal were the funniest by far. Truly funny.

There were moments where you realize that some of them fake laugh, because they are made to... and sometimes some jokes did not make any sense, i mean they were out of context and shouldn't have been mentioned, in my opinion. But again, it's a roast and everything can be thrown at you, no matter what.

This roast is no different to all other roasts, i watched it just to see and hear the stereotypical 'facts' about JB.

Will this change the image of JB? my answer = NOPE, in my eyes he will and always be a rich, successful cocky little girl.

7/10 because i laughed at some moments.

Reviewed by SnoopyStyle 6 / 10

uneven roast with some funny moments

Justin Bieber is on his apology tour. I applaud the dude for trying to fix his image and I'm glad he's staying out of trouble. He shows humility for suffering all the jabs. Kevin Hart is the MC. I usually love him and his humor but he's not as funny at roasting people. His bread and butter is being an idiot, getting hit and making fun of himself. He tries too hard to be nice by keep saying that he loves Bieber. SNL rookie Pete Davidson is the first roaster and he lands one great joke about being glad his father is dead after seeing Justin's dad. It's ridiculous that Ludicrous, Snoop Dogg, Shaquille O'Neal and Martha Stewart are telling jokes. Although Stewart has a hilarious African-American joke and I'm sure they all got lots of good writers. Snoop Dogg is really smart going off script and Kevin Hart has some hilarity reacting to him. They should substitute Ludicrous and bring up Dave Chappelle from the audience. Ludicrous should not be up there if he's going to be angry at a Paul Walker joke. Sure it's tasteless but that's expected. He's a better audience member. Bieber dead-pans his delivery and some of the jokes hit well. He does need to stop doing the fake smile and just enjoy it. Did anybody else notice his reaction to Jeffrey Ross' Selena joke? That's an unintentional classic. Chris D'Elia starts with an uncomfortable ISIS joke. His jokes are a little too harsh and as Kevin Hart says, "That was dark." Natasha Leggero, Hannibal Buress and Jeffrey Ross do good sets. Will Ferrell makes a surprise appearance and brings out his Ron Burgundy character. This is an uneven roast with some funny moments.

Reviewed by cfcurrie 4 / 10

A muddled mix of willing celebrities and unwilling comedians

The Roast of Justin Bieber falls in line with the majority of Comedy Central Roasts; sophomoric, offensive and derivative. But if offensive, thin one liners tend to entertain you, there are more than enough delivered by a handful of the talented roasters to keep you entertained thru the glut of questionable participants.

Kevin Hart as the Roastmaster keeps the energy high, with impeccable delivery and infectious good nature as insults are thrown his way. Pete Davidson opens the show strong, showing strong chops honed on a year of SNL. His strong delivery and even weaving of self degradation dampen the abrasiveness of topics such as 9/11 (to which he prefaced with a personal connection).

Technically difficulties in-show are mostly confined to Shaquille O'Neal, who visibly stumbles through jokes read from a teleprompter. Yet, he still charms his way through delivery and, more importantly, as a repeated target of the evening insults.

It is Natasha Leggero and Hannibal Buress that are the evenings weakest comedically, pressing to hard at the insult humor. In Buresses case, his indifferent attitude is brazenly on display. Cut from broadcast is perhaps Buresses most incisive comment from the evening: "They say that you roast the ones you love, but I don't like you at all, man. I'm just here because it's a real good opportunity for me. Actually you should thank me for participating in this extremely transparent attempt to be more likable in the public eye. And I hope it doesn't work." This attitude is reflective in his targeting of Bieber, reflecting a critical commentary that is a detriment to the spirit of a roast. It still delivers as cruelly comedic, but one hopes that Comedy Central recognizes that more than a simple evening edit should be enforced, if to keep any credibility to its series of Roasts. The Friers club attained legendary status roasting celebrities from all walks of life, and to dismiss the roastee in such a blatant and unspecified manner is not making a statement, it's simply unprofessional.

While there are surprise appearances by others during the roast, it is no doubt Martha Stewart's turn at the podium that stunned the most. Her presence at introduction is eyebrow-raising enough, but if it is was she who arrived at this event to change public opinion and be the participator, participate she does. To great effect.

If you like your humor brazen, immediate and irreverent, a Conedy Central roast has what you need. Even in its low points, Beibers roast keeps you chuckling, but it probably won't tomorrow and certainly not in a week.

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