Steve Harvey: Don't Trip... He Ain't Through With Me Yet
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Steve Harvey: Don't Trip... He Ain't Through With Me Yet
One of the "Original Kings of Comedy" shows off another side of his talents in this concert film. Actor and standup comic Steve Harvey became a star through his often frank performing style, but what some fans might not know is that Harvey is also a committed Christian, and in 2005 Harvey was invited to perform at MegaFest, a four-day event presented by renowned evangelist Bishop T.D. Jakes at his church The Potters' House in Atlanta, GA. For the occasion, Harvey performed a family-friendly show for an audience of 10,000 in which he delivered a hilarious but thought-provoking… More
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Rotten Tomatoes Score: 45%

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"Harvey's sly, observational humor is on view in Don't Trip . . . He Ain't Through With Me Yet."
‑ Carrie Rickey, Philadelphia Inquirer
"Don't Trip... amounts to a revival meeting with Harvey as both the pastor and the object of worship."
‑ Jim Ridley, Village Voice
"Harvey's first steps down this deliberately wholesome path are shaky."
‑ Sean O'Connell, Charlotte Weekly
"It's not very Christian for Harvey to ask his fans to pay multiplex ticket prices for a shoddy film that is barely feature length."
‑ Lisa Rose, Newark Star-Ledger
"The contrast between the familiar image of Harvey as the brash, above-it-all funnyman we've come to love over the years and the suddenly vulnerable soul we now see up on the on screen is unusually endearing and, ultimately, winning."
‑ Kam Williams,
"I don't equate toothlessness with clean language, but Harvey seems to."
‑ Lawrence Toppman, Charlotte Observer
"Can Christian comedy be outrageous? Yes, as Steve Harvey shows in the best parts of Don't Trip ... He Ain't Through With Me Yet."
‑ Neil Genzlinger, New York Times
"Don't Trip...He Ain't Through With Me Yet! is the most decisive "Amen!" that the crafty and dapper Steve Harvey can get short of being baptized in the Nile River."
‑ Frank Ochieng,
"You may be left wondering, When the show is this short (78 minutes) and the comedy this sanitized (0 expletives), why not put it on TV instead of in theaters?"
‑ , E! Online