Chris Rock Reviews
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Donna Y. Scantlebury from Toronto, Ontario
IF LAUGHTER IS MEDICINE, (DR.) CHRIS ROCK WAS IN THE HOUSE!
Chris Rock's show at the Air Canada Centre in Toronto was crazy funny! His thought- provoking and self-deprecating humour had me laughing throughout the show! Although we had to place our cellphones in Yondr pouches prior to entering the venue, the process was done quickly, and we were permitted to keep the pouches with us. This wasn't a big deal because if you needed to make a call, you were permitted to do so in a designated area. Removing our cellphones at the end of the show was done effortlessly. I really like the statement that was displayed in large red letters behind Chris Rock as he performed throughout the show: COMFORT IS THE POISON. Lastly, the show started with two opening acts which warmed up the audience for what was to come! :) All I have to say is this .... After nine years, it was worth the wait! ... Chris ROCKS!!
from Houston, Texas
CHRIS ROCK ROCKS!!!
You will laugh non-stop from beginning to end. Great show!!!
Nick Wiget from Wilmington,, Ohio
CHRIS ROCK SHOW WAS FANTASTIC!
First of all, let me say at this was my first show at the Palace Theater, but it will certainly not be my last. The venue is gorgeous! There's not a bad seat in the house, and the sound and lighting were also great. Chris Rock's performance equaled the wonderful setting. I always anticipate that comedy shows by such seasoned veterans will be funny, but his set surpassed my expectations. There weren't many points in which I wasn't laughing during he show. All in all, tonight was a great outing. I look forward to my next show at the Palace!
Christine from Cleveland, Ohio
CHRIS ROCK IS BETTER THAN EVER!!
The show was amazing! Chris Rock was in top form and not showing any rust whatsoever. The only annoying thing for this particular show is that even if you DON'T bring your cell phone (which we didn't because we knew there were no cell phones allowed) You will still wait in a long ass line behind everyone else checking their cell phones into locked bags. If you're going to the second show, do yourself a favor and get there WAY before the show to avoid these lines. Other than that small annoyance, it was a wonderful show and we laughed non-stop. A++
Kenneth Burroughs from Atlanta, Georgia
Awesome show from start to finish
Chris Rock Fan from Vancouver, British Columbia
CHRIS ROCK NOT COPING IN VANCOUVER
Full house. Vancouver fans patiently put up with atrocious parking, entry/exit conditions & no big screens to see our man Chris, who received a really great standing ovation when he walked on stage. He was very funny until that last third. Divorce humiliation and rage do not become him. Nor do boring, graphic so-called sex jokes. His audiences started to shut down and those fans deserve better. He needs to remember his edge is observing society's missteps & idiots and sticking to it. No one does it better. I hope he can move forward from his personal trauma in good time. At least he has the extreme good fortune to earn back what he lost. And he should have made an effort to connect with us with a thank you for showing up, instead of leaving the stage so abruptly.
from Seattle, Washington
CHIS - DID NOT - ROCK - THE MIC
Show started about 30 mins late - which was expected. His two line-up comedians were not funny at all. When Chris finally came out, I thought "ok here we go! I'm gonna hurt from laughing so hard!" That moment never came. Sure I giggled, but I wanted more! Chris used to be HILLARIOUS back in the days, This was definitely not worth the money.
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