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Worst Stand-up I've ever seen. Super confused by the tomatoes score...
This comedy special is one of those comedy specials that are so much more than just something that'll make you laugh. I felt a wide variety of emotions watching "Nanette" and think this is one of the more memorable comedy specials out there. I thought there were funny parts, emotionally raw moments, and overall lots of powerful statements this show made. If you're looking to laugh a lot, I think there are funnier comedy specials out there for sure. However, if you're like me and appreciate stand up as an art form, I think this special is one that is effective and entertaining and can't be missed.
Probably the worst special I've tried to watch!!
The most intelligent deconstruction of life and comedy.
A masterpiece. Just, a masterpiece. I can't believe she managed to write and articulate her story so well, in a way that disarms the audience so and allows you to consider things from her perspective. She is a brilliant writer.
Nanette is not a typical "comedy special." It does require you to think and maybe open your mind to other people's life experiences. I have rewatched Nanette several times and I laughed many times during each viewing, but to the close-minded critics: it's not all laughs. Nanette has brought me to tears, too. It is powerful. As a woman, I have experienced many of the same things as Hannah. Most women have. If you think these experiences are inaccurate or rare, you aren't really communicating with the women in your life. This is what sets Nanette apart as something really special. It is one of the top five things Netflix has produced. Hannah Gadsby is a voice we need.
C'mon, what on Earth was this?
There's no jokes or punchlines.
This was literally the worst stand-up comedy I have seen in my entire life, and I have seen a lot of bad stand-up.
I have no idea WHERE the 'reviewers' of this movie pulled their assessments out of, but they don't have a single clue about stand-up comedy.
This special is not mediocre, its not 'OK.' It is a literal waste of your time.