Not every star survives a public meltdown as bizarre as the one Martin Lawrence underwent in the late 1990s, when reports of his out-of-control behavior kept the likes of Entertainment Tonight
buzzing for months. But if that celebrity is lucky enough to be a stand-up comedian who's cultivated a wild and crazy image, he or she can actually put that notoriety to work by turning it into material. Which is exactly what Lawrence does in this nearly two-hour concert film, shot in Washington, D.C., during the final two performances of Lawrence's "Runteldat" tour. (The dubious term is Lawrence's own, a compound of "run tell that" meant to convey the truth-telling obje...