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Steve Harvey - The 64th Miss Universe Pageant held at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino - Arrivals at Planet Hollywood - Las Vegas, Nevada, United States - Sunday 20th December 2015

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Ed Gordon - Steve Harvey presents the 13th Neighborhood Awards at Philips Arena - Arrivals - Atlanta, Georgia, United States - Saturday 8th August 2015

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Steve Harvey and Glenda Hatchett
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Steve Harvey and Marjorie Bridges - The 42nd Annual Daytime Emmy Awards at Warner Bros. Studios, Daytime Emmy Awards, Emmy Awards - Burbank, California, United States - Sunday 26th April 2015

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Steve Harvey and Wife

Steve Harvey - Comedian Steve Harvey hosts the Women of Purpose concert at MegaFest 2013 - Dallas, Texas, United States - Friday 6th December 2013

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Steve Harvey and Marjorie Harvey - IHeartRadio Music Festival at MGM Grand Garden Arena Las Vegas - Las Vegas, NV, United States - Friday 20th September 2013

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Steve Harvey and Marjorie Harvey

Steve Harvey and wife Marjorie Bridges - 2013 Neighborhood Awards hosted by Steve Harvey in Las Vegas. - Las Vegas, NV, United States - Sunday 11th August 2013

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Steve Harvey and Wife Marjorie Bridges
Steve Harvey and Wife Marjorie Bridges
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Steve Harvey and Wife Marjorie Bridges
Steve Harvey and Wife Marjorie Bridges

Steve Harvey and Marjorie Harvey - 2013 Ford Neighborhood Awards at MGM Grand Resort and Casino - Las Vegas, NV, United States - Saturday 10th August 2013

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Steve Harvey and Marjorie Harvey

Steve Harvey and Marjorie Harvey - 11th Anniversary of 2013 Neighborhood Awards held at MGM Grand in Las Vegas, Nv on8-10-13 - Las Vegas, NV, United States - Sunday 11th August 2013

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Steve Harvey and Marjorie Harvey

Steve Harvey - The 40th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards held at The Beverly Hilton Hotel - Arrivals - Beverly Hills, California, United States - Sunday 16th June 2013

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Surprise Birthday Message Results In A Steve Harvey Breakdown (VIDEO)


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The heart-warming message from some old friends for his birthday saw comedian and TV presenter Steve Harvey breakdown live on television, as the surprise overwhelmed him.

Harvey's producer Alex let him know of the surprise by cutting away from him to a satellite call to Florida. Joking that he'd "said no surprises" but upon seeing his old friend Rich Lister he was rendered silent by shock. "Hi Steve, this is Rich Lister from Orlando, Florida and I called ya to wish ya a Happy Birthday and ask you one question," he said, "Do you still love me?" Harvey then broke down in tears, responding "I love you man!" 

Harvey explained why he reacted so strongly to the pair: "I didn't have nothing... and they took me in... When I became a comedian at 27 I didn't have no money for travel, so they set me up with an account at their travel company... And man, I ran up a bill like $11,000. I was just trying to travel and make it." He said, following later with "Now I got money!" Then he said that he was going to send a plane to them to fly them into the show, letting them know that he had never forgotten them and that he had been looking for them for years. Since their kindness Harvey has become one of America's most TV show presenters, has published books and is considered one of the Kings of Comedy. 

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A Week In News: Beyonce Lip-Syncs, Steve Harvey Breakdown, Shakira Gives Birth!


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Commotion over Beyonce's pre-recorded inauguration performance, a very heart warming clip of Steve Harvey, Shakira becomes a Madre and more!

In Defence Of Bey: Music fans recoiled with indignation this week after it was speculated Beyonce had the audacity to pre-record a live performance for President Obama's inauguration in Washington D.C. We'd point you towards the technical difficulties of singing to 800,000 on the sizeable Capitol Hill, and can think of far worse lip-syncing flubs.

Aww, Steve: YouTube fizzed into action this week with a very special video of everyone's favourite TV host Steve Harvey. The Family Feud star was surprised by an old friend, leading him to choke back the tears. We won't say too much, just check it out!

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Steve Harvey and familly - Steve Harvey and familly at Orleans Arena Las Vegas, Nevada - The 5th Annual Hoodie Awards Hosted By Steve Harvey Saturday 20th October 2007

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Racing Stripes Review


Good
God bless Hollywood's family film genre. Where else could Malcolm in the Middle star Frankie Muniz receive top-billing over Oscar winners Dustin Hoffman and Whoopi Goldberg? And where else could squeaky-clean pop singer Mandy Moore share screen credits with gangster rap sensation Snoop Dogg?

These talents, of course, provide voices to an array of talking animals in the live action heartwarmer Racing Stripes, a sort of stripy Seabiscuit about an orphaned zebra with a horse's heart for racing. The misled mare, aptly nicknamed Stripes, wants desperately to compete with rival horses at the Kentucky Open - the Bluegrass State's natural landscapes contributing an exquisite backdrop to the film's conventional action. Along the way, the zebra is coached by a widowed father (Bruce Greenwood), his dedicated daughter (Hayden Panettiere), and a stable of talking animals including a Shetland pony (Hoffman), a goat (Goldberg), a rooster (Jeff Foxworthy), and two manure-craving flies named Buzz (Steve Harvey) and Scuzz (David Spade).

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Johnson Family Vacation Review


Weak
Johnson Family Vacation captures the experience of a road trip very well: the long stretches of boredom, the frustration that nothing exciting is up ahead, the failure to get comfortable. I somehow don't think that was the movie's intention, seeing how it's billed as a comedy.

Cedric the Entertainer plays Nate Johnson, a father with a lot on his mind. He and his wife, Dorothy (Vanessa Williams), are going through a rough patch, though they live just live just down the street from each other. Their son (Bow Wow, no longer Lil' Bow Wow) wants to be a rapper, much to Dad's chagrin, while their older daughter (Solange Knowles, Beyonce's sis) is growing into a body and social conscience that's about five years ahead of the curve. Only their little daughter seems at ease, though she has an imaginary dog.

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Love Don't Cost A Thing Review


Bad
Hey studio execs! I know that the economy, for lack of a better word, sucks. I know that in such unsure times it's best to bet on the movies that have been fine-tuned by the marketing department to ensnare that precious 17-25 demographic. I know that in the past few years you've figured out you can make more money off of a bunch of small, cheap, bad movies than off of one big, expensive good movie. But this is December, the one month of the year that studios are supposed to be releasing their Oscar hopefuls and not trying to make high-schoolers feel better about themselves.

That's right, ladies and gentlemen, Love Don't Cost A Thing is the latest in stupid high school movies. Except it doesn't have a single iota of humor or charm. Not one. It ain't funny, it ain't smart, and it just ain't right.

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You Got Served Review


Bad
It's hard for me not to sound like a crotchety old man in reviewing You Got Served, the new hip hop dancing drama starring members of the soon to be defunct teen band B2K. The movie is not meant for me--a rhythmless, decidedly unfunky white guy whose idea of getting down is playing air bass to Steely Dan songs.

All kidding aside, this is a pretty awful movie. With its blaring, repetitive rap soundtrack and the cochlea shattering crowd noise, You Got Served resembles an endless, uncreative music video punctuated with stilted dialogue and telegraphed conflicts. In short, it makes the similarly themed Honey look like Casablanca.

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The Original Kings Of Comedy Review


Very Good
Spike Lee has the uncanny ability of dropping his audience into exciting, possibly unfamiliar, territory and The Original Kings of Comedy is no exception. If you've never experienced a racial cauldron (Do the Right Thing), life in the urban projects (Clockers), or the Million Man March (Get on the Bus), Spike brings it, with a style and storytelling skill that is sometimes unmatched. This new Lee experience is all laughs: four top-of-the-line, old school comics tour the country, sell out arenas, and gross $37 million in two years. Heard of it? Probably not. Welcome to Spike's latest, a concert documenting two nights of killer comedy in Charlotte, North Carolina.

The Original Kings of Comedy is the most successful and unique comedy tour ever staged, and many Americans have never heard of it. Starring four black comics, and delivering the goods to a primarily black audience, the Kings have performed in large, coliseum venues, and now look to the big screen for new converts and more widespread popularity. There's the WB's Steve Harvey, the likable ringleader; D.L. Hughley, another sitcom star, who's a harsher, fluid jokeman; Cedric the Entertainer, a multi-talented performer and partner of Harvey's; and Bernie Mac, an imposing, popular, sharp-tongued cursefest. Lee, shooting the film on ten digital video cameras, brings some additions to the concert footage, with the Kings plugging the show at a local radio station, riding in a limo, and hanging backstage at the gig.

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The Original Kings Of Comedy Review


Weak

Filmed by Spike Lee at a sold-out, stadium-sized comedy concert in Charlotte, N.C., "The Original Kings of Comedy" is a snapshot of Black humor in the year 2000.

It features standup sensations (and sitcom stars) Steve Harvey, D.L. Hughley, Cedric "The Entertainer" and Bernie Mac waxing jocular and lewd about the usual array of comedy targets from jobs to church to sex (and more sex and more sex) to kids to the differences between what white folk do and what black folk do in various situations -- getting fired, attending weddings, Halloween, etc.

Is it funny? Sure -- although not as funny as the comics themselves seem to think it is. Many of the gags have a short shelf life and will be badly outdated in a matter of months. Harvey, for example, spends five minutes of his opening volley on some scandal involving some Caroline Panthers, and I didn't have a clue whom he was talking about.

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Johnson Family Vacation Review


Bad

When lazy and talentless comedy writers bang their heads together to knock out a road trip movie, they always give away how little they care about cleverness and creativity in the very first reel. If a road trip movie has a good excuse for getting off the beaten track (there's no adventure to be had on the Interstate), chances are you'll have good characters and good laughs.

But if, as in "Johnson Family Vacation," the driver just says "I know a shortcut" (a shortcut from California to Missouri?!), then buckle up -- you're in for a long, laughless ride of tiresome set pieces and second-rate slapstick.

In this case the driver is Nate Johnson (Cedric the Entertainer), an insurance agent and standard sitcom Dumb Dad who drags his estranged family halfway across the country for a family reunion where (feeble gimmick alert!) he's determined to win the "Family of the Year" trophy from the catty clan of his brash, competitive older brother (Steve Harvey).

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Think Like A Man Trailer

Think Like A Man Trailer

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Steve Harvey, Don't Trip.He Ain't Through With Me Yet, Trailer Trailer

Steve HarveyDon't Trip…He Ain't Through With Me Yet TrailerMarch 17, 2006Rated PG.Los Angeles, CA (February...

Racing Stripes Movie Review

Racing Stripes Movie Review

God bless Hollywood's family film genre. Where else could Malcolm in the Middle star Frankie...

Johnson Family Vacation Movie Review

Johnson Family Vacation Movie Review

Johnson Family Vacation captures the experience of a road trip very well: the long stretches...

Love Don't Cost a Thing Movie Review

Love Don't Cost a Thing Movie Review

Hey studio execs! I know that the economy, for lack of a better word, sucks....

You Got Served Movie Review

You Got Served Movie Review

It's hard for me not to sound like a crotchety old man in reviewing You...

The Original Kings of Comedy Movie Review

The Original Kings of Comedy Movie Review

Spike Lee has the uncanny ability of dropping his audience into exciting, possibly unfamiliar, territory...

The Original Kings Of Comedy Movie Review

The Original Kings Of Comedy Movie Review

Filmed by Spike Lee at a sold-out, stadium-sized comedy concert in Charlotte, N.C., "The Original...

Johnson Family Vacation Movie Review

Johnson Family Vacation Movie Review

When lazy and talentless comedy writers bang their heads together to knock out a road...

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