The Lonely Island Presents: The Unauthorized Bash Brothers Experience Reviews

January 8, 2020
The Unauthorized Bash Brothers Experience is a dizzying mix of music and visuals that balances itself perfectly between overt ridiculousness, telling a bittersweet story, and respect for the craft.
June 5, 2019
It's musically and visually impressive, and features nice little roles for Jenny Slate, Maya Rudolph and the vocal talents of Sia.
June 4, 2019
The Lonely Island remind us that, in 2019, grandiose pop star introspect is such an easy indulgence pretty much anyone can cop to it, even these two bozos.
May 29, 2019
The Unauthorized Bash Brothers Experience genuinely feels as though it were made especially for me; it is a smart, hilarious piece of work by a remarkably talented trio.
May 27, 2019
It's as hilarious as you can imagine. [Full Review in Spanish]
May 24, 2019
The Unauthorized Bash Brothers Experience is a weird flex, but we'd be more than OK if the Lonely Island gave us more stuff like this, on a streamer that's clearly content to let them do whatever the hell they want.
May 24, 2019
In the end, what stands out about the project is not the baseball premise, but the format: the first and best tear-down of the visual album conceit.
May 24, 2019
The Unauthorized Bash Brothers is equally vicious and loving, showing the two athletes as hapless idiots driving by smashing balls and trolling for women.
May 24, 2019
In between, dream sequences, short sketches and even spoken word stitch together the music videos into a cohesive throughline. And there are plenty of celebrity guest stars making appearances in those videos.
May 24, 2019
If anything, TUBBE exists as a wildcard example of funny dudes making something for shits and guaranteed giggles.
May 24, 2019
The Unauthorized Bash Brothers Experience is joke-dense and visually rich, but comes up short on a key factor for making the Lonely Island big leagues: It doesn't invite the type of repeat viewing that built the cults of Hot Rod and Popstar.
May 24, 2019
It is everything Samberg stands for, perfectly condensed into a tight half-hour. Everybody deserves to watch this today.