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He's a crowd-pleaser reminiscent of Robin Williams, inserting funny sounds and vocal impersonations into nearly every line and alternating raunchy material with moments of unabashed sentimentality.
For the most part, Fluffy's material is just that - fluff, with a touch now and then of bile and bad taste.
"Fluffy" is a standard-issue comedy concert film far better suited to a 90-minute cable TV slot than the big screen.
At one point, the comic says that fans have asked him what he'll have to talk about if he keeps losing weight, to which Iglesias answers that he will always have stories to tell. To its credit, "The Fluffy Movie" leaves you wanting to hear more of them.
Iglesias makes his strongest impact when he sticks to material that is extremely personal.
Iglesias is a likeable presence, and his fluid delivery, complete with spot-on accents and sound effects, is consistently engaging.
Iglesias is a likable guy, but as far as concert experiences go, this one does little to break away from the pack.
The whole film would have seemed staged if Mr. Iglesias hadn't proven he's got the goods by delivering comedic gold.
Inherently funny, with a terrific sense of timing, an amazing gift for mimicry, and an ability to perfectly imitate all kinds of everyday sounds, Iglesias is always charming and frequently laugh-out-loud funny.
Sometimes it takes a long time to get to a particular punchline, but the journey there is always pleasant and honest.
A very big comic -- not as big as he used to be -- tries to get by on very thin material in this lukewarm, but heartfelt comic concert film
Mr. Iglesias's style in his first theatrical concert film is grounded in a down-to-earth warmth and a nimble mimicry that bolsters even routine subject matter.
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