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  • commented 2014-09-14 17:15:45 -0700 · Flag
    Jamie, just saw “Heckler” and wanted to relay this personal experience. In 1982 I saw this horrible movie called “Basketcase.” That was 32 years ago. I still talk about this movie….I guess it did it’s job. The time to worry about what people are saying is when they’re not saying anything at all.
  • commented 2014-08-08 19:14:39 -0700
    You hit me up about the complimentary painting. Yes the show was that good!
  • commented 2014-08-08 19:12:54 -0700
    You hit me up about the complimentary painting. Yes the show was that good!
  • commented 2014-07-04 20:46:07 -0700
    Just went on a scream marathon….you were always my favorite. Much love from south jersey.
  • commented 2014-06-18 09:13:53 -0700
    Multi-talented, on screen and as a voice – thank you for the gift of yourself :)
  • commented 2014-05-17 18:53:50 -0700
    So I watched heckler and to those people who hated “malibus most wanted” go fuck yourself that shit was comedic gold I loved it I wish I still had the DVD. Anyways rock on Jamie you’re the fuckin man. Don’t let these cock sores get you down and keep makin movies, I’m a huge fan
  • commented 2014-05-12 12:32:44 -0700
    By the way, I was reading the other comments below and I have to say I can’t believe some people have to balls, even on your own website, to say negative things about you… I won’t mention names for all of us can see who they are down below. I just find it very disturbing how our society nowadays somehow finds it ok to emotionally mutilate another human being on the internet. The internet has just become a public diary for the whole world to write, read, and comment invariably. Positive comments build up a person’s confidence, while negative ones only discourage one from going forward. By the way, you should delete the negative comments, those people aren’t fans just “hecklers.” I will now step down from my soapbox!
  • commented 2014-05-12 12:21:17 -0700
    I just want to say I just watched the “Heckler” documentary and I found it very interesting and sad. People are insensitive and you should not listen to people who try to tear you down with their dehumanizing comments. I think you are very funny, talented, and charming. Some of my favorite things you’ve done are: Romeo + Juliet, Scream, Three Kings, Boiler Room, Jamie Kennedy Experiment, ect. You do what you do to make people laugh and to allow people to escape their dull lives for a short period of time. You take risks everyday by putting yourself out there for everyone to see and you really deserve more credit than people try to take away from you. Thank you for sharing your talents with the rest of us, I think it makes the life more interesting… at least mine anyways! I love watching movies and shows, especially ones that make me laugh. Please continue to act and do stand up, because there are those of us out there who can’t wait to see what you decide to do next. I hope you will take this to heart when I say that it is the people who believe in you and support you fully that really matter and hopefully will continue to drive you to challenge yourself and take risks and strive for greater things! : )
  • commented 2014-05-05 19:41:32 -0700
    Jamie Kennedy:
    You’re awesome, you’re talented, creative and you’re a good dude (awesome soul) and you definitely seem real. Was watching the documentary “Heckler” and I just loved your soul bro. Made me a fan. Thank for all you give and for the lesson and perspective you imparted in that documentary.
    Will leave you with a Teddy Roosevelt quote (you are the man in the arena bro and God bless ya):

    It is not the critic who counts; not the man who points out how the strong man stumbles, or where the doer of deeds could have done them better. The credit belongs to the man who is actually in the arena, whose face is marred by dust and sweat and blood; who strives valiantly; who errs, who comes short again and again, because there is no effort without error and shortcoming; but who does actually strive to do the deeds; who knows great enthusiasms, the great devotions; who spends himself in a worthy cause; who at the best knows in the end the triumph of high achievement, and who at the worst, if he fails, at least fails while daring greatly, so that his place shall never be with those cold and timid souls who neither know victory nor defeat.

    Simone Herrera
  • commented 2014-04-24 13:40:19 -0700
    @white Moses

    I saw that film and you apparently missed the point of the movie entirely.

    First off, your comment sucked because you lack the grammatical skills of a 7th grader. It also sucked because you said one of the same things that someone in the movie said, “I’m just trying to make you better. You suck.” Saying someone sucks and you are just trying to help is of no assistance to anyone. If the comedian does not make you laugh and everyone else is, then you do not like the shtick. If the person fails to make everyone laugh, then, possibly, they aren’t a good comedian or maybe those jokes are not appropriate for the current audience. Bad timing and rhythm are things that make someone a bad comedian. I do not like all of Jamie’s jokes, nor did I like all of Carlin’s jokes. Overall, George and Jamie both are funny. I wish I could see both of them live…

    In the movie the critics that were interviewed were lousy critics. If I was to review a comedic performance, I would talk about the audience’s reactions to the set, not how I personally viewed the show. Mr. Ebert gave some horrible reviews, but at least he backed up most of them with reasons for why he did not like it. Of course, I disagree with almost everything he said. Also, I disagree with everything you said. The movie “Heckler” was not a movie about complaining about critics, it was a movie that told people to “STFU unless you have something constructive to say.” So, Mr. White Moses, “STFU unless you have something constructive to say.” Would you tell your mom this? “Your lasagna sucked. I am only trying to help.” I am pretty sure you would not. Most likely you would say something along to the liking of, “I did not like your lasagna today because the noodles were limp and the cheese was burnt and the sauce was watery.” If you said the former to your mom, you probably would not be able to talk for a week until the swelling in your face went down.

    See how I gave you some “constructive” criticism? White Moses, do us all a favor, please, and cancel your internet account.
  • commented 2014-04-23 05:21:13 -0700 · Flag
    I can say that my son and I met Jamie and he is not a bitch! He was so kind and took time to visit with my son, my husband and I. We love watching all of his work and were huge dans before meeting him and are bigger fans after seeing how absolutely cool he is in person. He is so worthy of our admiration and we will always be fans. “White Moses” comments are his opinion, but I find them harsh. Jamie Kennedy, you find people are opinionated both for and against you, but as for the Jones family from Tennessee, we love you!!! Much love and appreciation!
  • commented 2014-04-22 13:30:31 -0700
    Jamie is totally funny and is great on the now closed program Ghost Whisper where he became a Ghost Listener. He was great in that part. He added a funny side of a scary story, and worked well with his co-star MS. Jennifer Love Hewitt who worked as a Ghost helper and I have the complete series. He is funny and when he was in Scary Movie one, he was so funny being the only virgin so the killers could not kill him. Now no one can say that the Scary Movie 1 2 3 were not hilarious. Silly yes, but Jamie was so fun when they were in the house with the killers giving the party. He saved them all that were left and not taken out by the 2 teens who were killing everyone. This is why I did not follow my dream of becoming a comic. I do not do standup, that is very hard, I am a story teller of real life things I was a part of or viewed. Some were so funny I still laugh thinking about them. But I got too old, now those days have passed for me. But for the young being a dirty mouthed idiot is not funny, funny things are things folks have either done or gone through or know someone who did what the comic is telling. They laugh at themselves basically. I could never take the rejection, just like poor Jamie on this site. the things folks say would kill me. I would walk off the stage crying. I could make it part of my act. But leaving the audience the blame and not feeling happy about themselves. Comedy has always been a way of dealing with life with humor and not thinking about the end of life which we all must face. It is scary and the closer you get to the end of life the scarier it gets. Comics make us laugh .. people throwing food at another person is stupid. It shows the fact that the listeners are ignorant and do not know funny if it hit them in the face with the very food they threw at Jamie. Jamie is not just a comic, he is an actor. So give him a break and get on with your life Moses. Just getting to where he is at shows that the Heckler is a monster that chases those which they cannot be.
  • commented 2014-04-21 19:43:33 -0700
    Hi Jamie- I just finished watching “Heckler” and must say I am on the fence on whether you played an incredibly convincing role of pretending to be a little bitch or if you actually are one. If you were acting my hat is off to you. If not and you really are such a little bitch hopefully you can grow as a person from this correspondence. While I agree with the films central point that heckling and vicious criticism is bad, you seem to blur the lines in this and ANY criticism whatsoever. You appeared to take offense when the college kids said your act sucked. You asked them how you sucked, they did not find you funny and you are supposed to be funny, that is how. You acted as though this criticism was unfair and they owed you a detailed explanation of how you sucked. Then you pull the ultimate lame ass bitch move that some comedians play by asking the person that was booing you to get on stage to see if he can do any better. Have you ever been to a sporting event before Jamie? If you have you are probably aware that often fans may boo a player for let’s say striking out and leaving runners on second and third with one out. Now here is the thing Jamie, these fans are not saying they could do it better. No they are not professional baseball players. They expect the professional to perform their job adequately. Now do you understand? You are, or at least you claim to be, a professional comedian, thus you should be able to tell jokes and make someone laugh better than the bank teller or the construction workers or a 17 year old High School Student that is sitting in the audience. For you to pull the “well you come up on stage” bit is pathetic and exposes you as the little bitch you are. Now Jamie my intent in this message is not to hurt your feelings, it is to help you become a better human. Right now you are a little bitch, but if you work at it you may one day not be a little bitch. Instead of sinking into a depression and crying your bitch eyes out because of this email, please allow it to spur you on to shed your bitch like tendencies and be able to take constructive criticism. If you need anything else from me, please feel free to ask.

    I hope you get better.
  • commented 2014-04-19 11:23:03 -0700
    Thanks for the awesome experience at the Full Moon Horror Festival! I’m your biggest fan in the whole world!! Maybe I’ll see you at the screening tonight. We have tickets and can’t wait to see you there! SCREAM!!!
    Love, Gabe
  • commented 2014-04-19 07:59:36 -0700

    Thank you for being so cool yesterday when we met you at the Full Moon Festival here in Nashville, TN. My son Gabe ( the first person in line ) will never be the same after meeting his idle!! Much love and appreciation, my friend!!

    Love ya lots,
    Lori and Gabe Jones
  • commented 2014-04-13 05:02:14 -0700

    I just watched your documentary “Heckler” and I felt compelled to contact you to applaud your efforts and great work on the film. Your film was thought-provoking and extremely well-made and the underlying theme of the film resonated with me and it made me remember a post I made to IMDB a few months back after being disgusted and overwhelmed by the horrible things people so freely posted there. I just want to strongly applaud your film and I think that it reveals so much of your inner-strength and character to so openly and freely address an upsetting and cruel subject matter with the level of honesty and sensitivity in your documentary. I’m obviously not a movie star and have never experienced the level of scrutiny you do on a daily basis, but I was a Division I football player that to a much lesser degree experienced hostility and fan cruelty, and I think your film addresses so many very important subjects and should be required watching for every heckler, critic and internet message board poster out there.

    For whatever it’s worth, I’ve copied and pasted directly here what I posted on IMDB before I knew you had made this documentary. Again, fantastic job on this documentary and I look forward to following your upcoming projects in the future.

    All my best,

    TD Catlin

    My (one and only) IMDB post:

    Tara Reid
    Posted Nov 3, 2013 by tdcatlin
    Unbelievably cruel posts by so many of you

    I literally just signed up to IMDB because I randomly opened up Tara Reid’s ‘message board’ after looking up the name of another actress in "American Reunion " and I was disturbed by the numerous mean-spirited and cruel posts about her by so many people. Why do you people think it’s alright to say these awful things about a woman you’ve never met?? Internet bullies like you all should feel ashamed of yourselves and should really look at yourself and question why you think it’s appropriate to utterly trash this actress none of you know personally. It’s just not nice and is wrong on so many levels to say such horrendous things about a woman who has never done a thing to you. Hiding behind the anonymity of the internet is unbelievably cowardly and I’m sure makes so many of you say these horrible things without thinking of the repercussions or consequences of your words. Just because Tara Reid is an actress doesn’t mean that she should be ‘fair game’ for all of you Internet trolls that like to pick on others in a manner that very few of you would ever comport yourselves in a “real life” person-to-person interaction. Words like so many of yours do have an impact that many of you apparently choose to ignore, and after my best friend’s nineteen year old younger sister (the sweetest, kindest girl you could ever meet) attempted suicide last month after her ex-boyfriend viciously attacked her on Facebook and Twitter, I feel compelled to speak out when I read comments like so many of yours. I hope Ms. Reid never sees the cruel things posted here, but, I’m sure she has. I hope she is stronger than I would be if I was in her shoes, because it upset me just reading some of the things written on this message board, and I think all of you should be ashamed of yourselves. Leave her alone. If complete strangers attacked you like you have her, I can’t imagine any of you would feel good about yourself. Message boards filled with such cruelty and negativity disgust me and make me wish I’d never opened this link in the first place. Words like so many of yours do have repercussions, and it’s just not fair or right for anyone to bully anyone else so unmercifully—especially when the one doing the bullying is hiding behind the anonymity of the internet. I hope at least a few of you read this and think twice before sending out another post like those I read today.
  • commented 2014-04-12 06:23:28 -0700
    Jamie you are awesome
    keep up the good work and know that even on the yahoo.com boards these same hecklers are there tearing down folks like me who comment on articles or stick up for our president
  • commented 2014-04-07 21:24:17 -0700
    Jamie is the big source of the entertainment. Dedication is the first thing you need to have when looking to achieve something Big. He is not only a good actor but also a good coworker and the partner. I was reading that he love’s to sit with the crew members for making some interesting chat. Stay Blessed.
    From: http://goo.gl/UD0tv4
  • commented 2014-04-02 19:03:23 -0700
    I love you Jamie u so funny guy one day I be your moviepart
  • commented 2014-03-25 13:40:57 -0700
    Jamie Kennedy is Crazy Talented. And Funny!!!!!!
  • commented 2014-03-18 21:16:42 -0700
    Also, I would love to see you if you come to Charlotte in the somewhat near future. However, with a production schedule like you obviously have, I’m sure a stand-up tour isn’t even on the back burner.
  • commented 2014-03-18 21:10:45 -0700
    I haven’t really seen much of your work since Malibu’s Most Wanted and JKX. I don’t really watch much of anything really. I’m glad to see you in a very different role, from what I have seen before, as a psychopath in 4Closed, which I just found out about on this site and isn’t available to stream on Netflix. People give you, Carrot Top, and Matthew McConaughey a lot of undeserved flak. I have heard a bunch of crap about you 3 guys for a long time and I just don’t get it. Carrot Top and you are funny and Matthew is a good actor. Rolling with Saget was one of the funniest clips I have ever seen. I kind of wish Bob had more of a vocal part in it, but it was hilarious. I don’t recognize the other guy with you, Stu I think was his name. Nice flow coming out of him. I loved seeing Bob Saget b****slap Terry Crews.

    I just gave your IMDB list a look over and all I can say is, whoa. You have done a lot more than I thought you had. Nice to see that you have about 10 items in postproduction right now.
  • commented 2014-03-08 09:36:27 -0800
    Hello Jamie, i was hoping to email you this message, but found your site instead. Hopefully you’ll read these comments, and if you want to get back at me that’d be great.

    My name is Diego Zuberbuhler, I live in Argentina, and I have been following your work for some time. Today I watched your documentary Heckler, and I have to say that you did an amazing job at it. And I do mean great. Kudos man.

    I honestly think you are a very smart man, and I find you very funny when you are being yourself off camera. I do have to say that even though I watched the Jamie Kennedy Experiment, Malibu and Son of the Mask, I didnt really like any of them. No particular reason… I dont like Key Lime Pie that much either. With son of the mask in particular, I guess it felt like the movie was trying too hard to be funny or whatever, but in all honesty, i respect you very much as a person and as a comedian, since… Hell, i wasnt in a multimillion dollar movie, and you were, so fuck my opinion.

    I love comedy, and as expected, I find some comedians funnier than others, so when I gave it a shot, went on stage and recorded my “hilarious act”… I sucked balls man. As soon as I got off stage, I was confident I had been great. I wasnt. I cringed at the sight of me being funny.

    So, screw anyone who gives you shit… Let them leave their minimun wage job for an hour and do something great for a change, and have the balls to upload it to youtube for you to “review” them.


    There is something about you, and watching this documentary was a real pleasure… You being honest, getting upset about lame ass reviews, being human about it… Man, I got to tell you, THAT is something I respect. You’ve got some balls, and even though the modern world is an overglorified critic… They havent done half of what you’ve accomplished. So once again, Kudos man.

    TLDR :)
  • commented 2014-02-28 03:04:34 -0800 · Flag
    I was reading the the biography of the Jamie Kennedy. Few of people know that he struggled so hard to achieve the goals he set in his life and still looking to achieve more success. When reading the about JK its look like that reading some fairy tails and at the end everything is going to be fine.He Spent countless nights to find the success in the starting of his career. We can say he is the real star who make himself capable of being called an actor. http://goo.gl/LyYe1O appreciate his efforts and say thanks to him to give inspiration of new generation. Without no doubt his performance always is the glittering Star.
  • commented 2014-02-27 16:07:31 -0800
    I have the biggest crush on you! 💋❤️😜
  • commented 2014-02-27 16:07:31 -0800
    I have the biggest crush on you! 💋❤️😜
  • commented 2014-02-23 01:35:55 -0800
    I love your videos
  • commented 2014-02-23 01:35:54 -0800
    I love your videos
  • commented 2014-02-20 03:14:52 -0800
    Years ago I was skiing & checking out the Comedy festival in Aspen, Colorado. I saw a lot of great comedians that week (Dave Chepelle) but had no idea JK was going to be there. One day I was taking a shortcut home & saw Jamie in the lobby of the St.Regis. I really wanted to compliment him on his work, (love the Jamie Kennedy Experiment) & say hi. He looked busy & their were a lot of reporters around and I wasn’t sure if it would be appropriate. I saw a friend in the lobby, who told me it would be ok to go over and say hi. My friend walked over with me and took the picture. Jamie was really funny, cute and genuine in person. The next day, I was going to ask my friend to show me the picture but he had already posted it on his website. (His website is awesome…like a small version of a E News Hollywood Website called Aspen Spin.) I laughed so hard when I saw the picture…Jamie put his arm around my shoulder and grabbed his crotch.
    Thank you Jamie
    Ali Hollander
    P.S. Rams Head Live is a venue in Annapolis, Md where I live where entertainers perform if you happen to be on the east coast…I’d love to see you & hear you do stand up
  • commented 2014-02-18 13:09:32 -0800
    Hello Jamie,
    I just watched your movie Heckler. That was one of the greatest documentaries I have ever watched. I have always been a huge fan of all things comedy. I love seeing interviews with comedians where they don’t do their act and just let their true feelings show. It was like you took all of my favorite comedians and put them all in one film. Its easy to be some jackoff in your mothers basement coming up with witty remarks tearing someone down but to do what you and the others in the film do is hard. I have nothing but respect for you. I would imagine that this was a harder film to make then any comedy you have filmed. Dude great job and keep on keepn on!