Kevin Hart can be a funny comedian. He can tell a joke and then play a scientist in a family film. No matter what context he is in, he is funny. He got his career break in 2001 when he was cast in the Undeclared series by Judd Apatow.
After getting his break, things took off. His first role in a film was in 2002’s Paper Soldiers. It was a comedy about urban crime. Hart has starred in many films and tv shows for adults and families.
Hart hosted his first comedy tour in 2009, starting with I’m a Grown Little Man. After a rough start to his stand-up career, Hart would continue to host his own comedy tours. Hart would host many more comedy tours.
Kevin Hart movies available on Netflix
Fatherhood – Hart plays the role of a newly widowed father who has to take on the responsibility of raising his child. Even though the film is funny, it has many touching moments of tenderness and heartbreak that will bring a tear to your eyes. This film is full of charm and heart, thanks to the amazing cast. Based on Matthew Logelin’s memoir Two Kisses for Maddy, Fatherhood: A Memoir Of Loss and Love.
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Kevin Hart: Don’t F**K It Up – Hart is featured as himself in this documentary series, reflecting on the events that shaped his life.
True Story – Hart stars in True Story, a Netflix limited series. This series has not yet been released. It will feature Wesley Snipes and TawnyNewsome, as well as Will Catlett, Paul Adelstein, and Ash Santos. Lauren London, John Ales, and Chris Diamantopoulos are also part of the cast.
Hart is a comedian and movie star who makes a stop in Philadelphia as part of his tour. One night out with his brother (Snipes), Hart discovers a life-or-death situation that could end Hart’s career.
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Many of Hart’s stand-up specials are also available on Netflix:
- I’m a grown little man (2009)
- Kevin Hart: What Now? (2016)
- Kevin Hart’s Guide to Black History (2019).
- Kevin Hart: Unresponsible (2019).
- Best of Stand Up 2020 (2020).
Which Kevin Hart movie or title on Netflix is your favorite?