Dave Chappelle: Killin' Them Softly
Comedy • 2000 • 57 min
Some of his best material. Essential for Chappelle fans.
Classic Chappelle, in his prime. Still timely
One of the best stand up specials ever, endlessly quotable and rewatchable.
Back when Chappelle was timely and funny
Classic Chappelle. His bit about Sesame Street still has me bawling years later.
Possibly Chappelle’s best and most well know special.
The epitome of perfect standup from an incredible artist
I mean this is Dave at the height of The Chappelle Show, what can ya say. Fantastic, however for me For What Its Worth is his best
Chappelle’s best standup. Jokes are great, timing is perfect, and everything flows together nicely.
Amazing! This was the first “movie” that I had on a iPod when I was younger.
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