Ralph Breaks the Internet
Mission: Impossible - Fallout
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Pointed sociopolitical commentary that's thoughtful and impassioned, if not always hilarious.
Only for die-hard Cho fans.
Anger is the gasoline of stand-up comedians, the fuel that gets them revved. But just as too much gas will flood a carburetor, an overdose of anger can stall a comic's inspiration.
Inspiration is running thin in comedian Margaret Cho's fourth concert film, a routine stand-up set that compares poorly to her oft-hilarious first two.
If Margaret Cho's act shows no signs of getting old, it's because the world is kind enough to provide her with sufficient lunacy to fill countless concert tours.
Much of this feels like pandering to her liberal audience, as she approaches subjects like reproductive and gay rights without offering many new -- or funny -- observations.
We're told she's 'controversial,' but honestly, all she does is lob obvious cheap shots that do nothing but sanction her audience's status quo. Where's the controversy in that?
You know, the surest way to stop being considered 'edgy' is to brag constantly about how edgy you are. Get over yourself and get back to writing good jokes.
I saw Cho perform much of this material live [...] and found it bracingly hilarious. The movie she has made of it is an entirely different matter.
standard-issue platitudes about media hype and Republican hypocrisy that you've likely heard many times before from many others.
The misses ultimately far outnumber the hits.
Her savage but empowering take on gay life is sufficiently sidesplitting to smooth over the weaker spots.
Not her best but clever and better than an average stand-up
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