The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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While Gaffigan does release the vulnerability valve, he never resorts to melodrama, opting instead to use his trademark self-deprecating jokes to both suture his emotional wounds.
Noble Ape shows how Gaffigan's onstage persona can weather all storms and come out still getting the same laughs.
Gaffigan's a regular guy holding up a mirror to our everyday world, and turning those reflections into laughs and bigger laughs - and sometimes best of all, smiles of recognition.
If the show's hilarious first half gives way to a more modestly amusing second part, "Noble Ape" remains good, clean, relatable fun.
The comedian's latest is as dense with laughs as fans would expect...
Noble Ape feels, and I don't mean this as a reference to Gaffigan's food material, like a full meal. Or at least, several different small, meatier courses.
Refreshing to see a show like this. It's one I'm glad I did not miss. So thankful for the laughs galore. But now I'm left wanting lots more!
Jim Gaffigan has a reputation for not swearing, and while cussing can be pretty darn hilarious, he manages to be very funny without it - and, more importantly, without punching down.
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