This show was a surprise. I had thought it would be all comedy, however it was at times sad, at times dissapointing. However we are all humans living in a fallen world. This is a true life account of 3 comedians spilling their truth and guts. The funny and humerous and intertainment come from their present careers as comedians, actors, producers and directors. 3 very fine men who have endured the worst satan threw at them and through Christ they endured and now God has blessed then so they can bless others.
Worth the ride, just be prepared not to always laugh.
I'm very familiar with David A.R. White's various roles, I remember Brad Stine due to his role in Christmas With a Capital C, and I was also sort of familiar with Tommy Blaze for his role in Marriage Retreat. I love a good laugh, and I'm a Christian so when I saw this on Netflix I was ready to see a piece of the Christian comedy world since the only other person I really heard was Tim Hawkins; I'll have to review the dvd I got another day.
Run On is three different men performing in front of a live audience sharing a personal story about themselves. Each person tells their true life story through a comedic, yet also inspirational way. Each of them is letting the audience know not only how crazy life can be, but at the same time how awesome God is and how mysterious he can be sometimes_
Now you might be wondering: "Are these stories interesting?" or "Are any of these three funny?" I would answer each of those questions with yes. In regard to the thought: "who is the funniest?" in my opinion that was Tommy Blaze, partially because of the way he emphasized things lol. "Whose story is most interesting?" I would say David A.R. White's simply because when I listened to him I kind of picked up on the idea that maybe the movie Holyman Undercover was a partial parody of his own life. "Who was the most unique?" without hesitation that was definitely Brad Stine, because I had no idea he could do tricks like swallowing a sai. As for "whose story was saddest?" despite being the funniest, Tommy Blaze's story about his impending divorce was definitely the most sad especially with how he ends it_ Each of the three men through their true life tales not only entertained me, but at the same time made me think more about how we desperately need God through our bad times in addition to our good times. We also see that God has things happen for reasons we don't understand at the time, but later when we see how it resulted it makes much more sense. This is clean comedy with a purpose and I hope other aspects of the Christian comedy world are like this, because I'm tired of hearing my friends talk about comedy which involves F-bombs and crude subjects_ I really liked this and recommend this to anyone.