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Director: Michael Drumm

Genre: Comedy/Stand-up

Year: 2011

Rating: NR

Ralphie May proves he's TOO BIG TO IGNORE in his record breaking 4th Comedy Central Special. Voted one of Variety's 10 Comics to Watch, Ralphie May spreads his comedic wealth further than ever by tackling topics that will make you think and occasionally squirm. With no subject off limits, Ralphie dives in and reveals the hilarious quirks that infiltrate politics, race and even his family. Lovable enough to get away with anything, Ralphie continues to capture the hearts of thousands on his sold out tours and promises to make you gleefully uncomfortable.

Ralphie May's career is sky rocketing and after seeing see new special "Ralphie May: Too Big to Ignore" I see can he hasn't peaked yet. Ralphie's rise hasn't happened overnight, it's been almost ten years since Ralphie May appeared on the first season of NBC's "Last Comic Standing." He has gotten a lot better since then and this new stand-up act proves that.

No one or nothing is safe from Ralphie's insightful humor, he speaks the truth on many things from love, race and the government to name only a few, hell Chaz Bono and Dora The Explorer are not safe during his 108 minute stand-up act. Not only does he pick apart at the things that are wrong not only in our country but the world but he does it in a hilarious matter that will have you crying with laughter. I have to admit I have not seen Ralphie perform before but after watching him I am now a life long fan.

What I really liked about this show was that fact that Ralphie wastes no time with unneeded chatter, it's one joke after the other the entire time and if this doesn't make you laugh then you better make sure you still have a pulse.

The DVD comes with a Behind the Scenes Featurette as well.

If you like a good stand-up act then you owe it to yourself to pick this one up, Ralphie May is the real deal and I hope to see him perform for many years to come.

You can order the DVD HERE.

Released by Image Entertainment

***** Out Of *****