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7 Days In Hell is something that will entertain you for 41 minutes. If you have time to kill this summer and are flipping channels, check it out.
Golf has its Caddyshack. Baseball has its Major League. And now tennis, another sport that some people find boring and that sometimes comes off as a wee bit pretentious, has 7 Days in Hell. Center Court may never be the same.
It's a bright and breezy 42 minutes. Samberg is obviously having the time of his life; Harington, having shed the weight of the Wall, looks years younger, and even HBO has a new spring in its step.
Far from perfect but pretty good is HBO's 7 Days in Hell, a true oddity that knows to end just when it's about to get annoying.
It serves up just the right combination of silly and sly, and -- rare and wonderful in a comedy -- it knows when to get off the court.
The film fulfills the mockumentary promise it starts out with, but ends up becoming a whole lot more, mostly thanks to an all-star cast.
'7 Days in Hell' is a funny diversion, with some great moments. But like so many of the SNL sketches it resembles, it's too chummy with its targets to punch as hard as it should.
At a little over 40 minutes, HBO's 7 Days in Hell exists in an odd middle ground between a feature film and an extended sketch.
Quick, easy, filthy, stupid, funny. You don't need to know anything more.
You'd have to search far and wide to find a program that hits its chosen target with such concentrated glee.
I assume a lot of viewers will find it funnier than I did, but I certainly admired the craft, and the impressive cast, that went into making this grass-court trifle.
With its nutty playfulness, 7 Days in Hell is 45 minutes of fast-moving, goofy fun.
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