He is scared of Walter, partially because he finds Walter's flatulence to be more potent than mustard gas. Luckily I was able to see him in Boca Raton last year and he was outstanding. I hope my Dad gets over him soon haha. He is not funny at all and all of his jokes are so bad I just groan without even really wanting to. Peanut is mean to José, frequently mocking José's being on a stick, and his accent. Dunham has to be one of the funniest comedians working today, and note I didn't specify just as a ventriloquist.
Movies similar to Jeff Dunham: Spark of Insanity are , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , Combining his amazing talent and his unorthodox sense of humor, Jeff Dunham returns, yet again, with a hilarious stand-up comedy and ventriloquist performance. I am amazed Mexicans haven't risen up in revolt, except they have no voice yet in America. Achmed the Dead Terrorist is Dunham's most famous puppet, and there's a reason for it: he's hysterical. Here, he nearly brings the show to a dead stop. The big-nosed superhero isn't as funny as Walter or Achmed, but he's a lot more entertaining than Peanut. He's a skeleton because he has already blown himself up as a suicide bomber once. When I saw him on Comedy Central a couple of years ago, I could not believe it had been about 15 years since I had seen him.
Moreover, Dunham impresses with his ventriloquism skills, and shows off some new vocalization techniques that will stun anyone interested in this fascinating art. Have the somewhat funnier Jose the Jalepeno pair up with another puppet. Want even more laughs, head to youtube and check out the bloopers. All his characters make, more or less, some racist joke. The inept ex-suicide bomber is almost as funny as Walter. Wears one red shoe on his left foot. You can't see less of two persons on stage.
I was laughing so hard that I could hardly breathe. Less successful is Melvin the Superhero Guy, but he can generate a few laughs. Too bad that the others needs permanently support of racist jokes. The guy is a master. Most of the puppets aren't just unfunny they are totally racist. I first saw Jeff Dunham when I was in high school and all he had was Peanut and Jose Jalapeno. It is impossible to not think the puppets are the ones who are actually alive - he is a truly gifted ventriloquist.
Can't wait to see him again!!! Someone here has suggested characters like Achmed and Jose Jalapeno are simply playing on American ignorance, which is exactly what Borat does. All his characters make, more or less, some racist joke. Peanut is another matter entirely. Jose reminds me of Bill Dana's Jose Jimenez character or for that matter, the Taco Bell dog. You get the sense that these are not puppets but actual beings.
This guy is just awful. Can't wait to see him again!!! It's simply amazing how the guy manages to give inanimate objects such diverse and strong personalities. Additionally, Dunham mocks his own culture with Walter, a grumpy old white man whose parental chiding rings true for many. Characters like Walter and Bubba, on th other hand, are right out of the Edgar Bergen and Charlie McCarthy days, although I don't think I ever heard Bergen's puppets get that rude. That's the spirit of the show, and Melvin has it. Jeff Dunham: Spark of Insanity is a film released in and directed by.
Anxious to see what new characters he comes up with - Achmed is too funny. Jeff knows where is the money and he gives to his public exactly what they want. Too bad that the others needs permanently support of racist jokes. Jeff Dunham brings back some of his most popular puppets Walter, Peanut, and Jose Jalepeno , and brings on two new ones Achmed the Dead Terrorist and Melvin the Superhero Guy. So maybe Dnham is the equivalent of Triumph the Insult Comic Dog or Lisa Lampanelli, both of whom also push the envelope to the point of discomfort -- even while they have me bending over in spasms of laughter. His ventriloquism work is really good and he does a great job not moving his lips et cetera when his puppets are talking but what I care about is if they are funny or if the puppets are interesting and I can't stand this guy or his puppets at all. The leading star actors of Jeff Dunham: Spark of Insanity are ,.
Imagine Achmed as a Jewish moneylender or Jose as an Italian organ grinder. You can't see less of two persons on stage. Written by Trivia Peanut's joke about needing lotion to get into and out of his Toyota Prius stems from an anecdote Dunham recounts in 2006. The runtime of Jeff Dunham: Spark of Insanity is 80 minutes 01 hours 20 minutes. It is impossible to not think the puppets are the ones who are actually alive - he is a truly gifted ventriloquist. And that is the feeling that American people are superior.
Unfortunately, Dunham brought back his weakest puppet, Peanut, who's worse than before. Followed by two new characters, Achmed the Dead Terrorist, who continuously threatens the crowd with Silence and Death, and Melvin the Superhero. It features the puppets of Walter, Peanut, and José Jalapeño on a Stick as well as two new characters: Achmed the Dead Terrorist, and a new version of Melvin the Superhero. Anxious to see what new characters he comes up with - Achmed is too funny. That's the spirit of the show, and Melvin has it.
He doesn't like his wife who remains unnamed and likes pointing out Dunham's faults. When I saw him on Comedy Central a couple of years ago, I could not believe it had been about 15 years since I had seen him. Or better yet, get rid of him as well and bring back a funnier doll, like Sweet Daddy D. The main movie genre categories for Jeff Dunham: Spark of Insanity are: Comedy. He has a puppet of an Arabic guy's skeleton and all he talks about is how he's going to kill the audience. So far the movie has been viewed 195 times.