DVD REVIEW: Dane Cook - ISolated INcident
Cook's at it again with more raunchy, disgusting humor...
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Dane Cook is no stranger to ridicule. In fact, he's faced critics since hitting the big time back in the late 1990s. Thankfully, he's trudged through rough patches in order to become one of the best selling comedians of all time.
Now, thanks to Cook's continued sick sense of humor and the continued support of millions of fans the world over, hit latest DVD - ISolated INcident - hits hard, fast, and with little remorse. With disgusting, disgraceful, and down right dirty jokes, stories and some of the most outlandish experiences ever recorded on film.
The DVD includes 20 separate tracks, including Cook's ideas on Obama, suicide (or, as Cook calls it, "self assassination"), adoption, remote location (and he's not talking about a place far far away!), role playing, and one very interesting story about peanut butter smack (I'll leave that up to you to see!)
For those who saw this originally on Comedy Central, the benefits of picking up the home video are the bonus features, which here includes a never before seen interview with Cook as well as a special bonus called "30 Premeditated Acts," which follows Cook and a few of his jokes (some used, some not) through their evolution and delivery.
Overall, Dane Cook's ISolated INcident is one for die-hard Cook fans and those who don't mind raunchy humor. The DVD is available now wherever fine home video is sold.
- Jess C. Horsley