Da 5 Bloods
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I May Destroy You
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Todd Glass' energy and personality is so likable and entertaining, but in his first Netflix special, the jokes don't land as well for him as you're hoping they will.
As a long time fan of Todd Glass I was anxious to see this special. Unfurtunately it is too schizophrenic, manic, incoherent and unfunny to enjoy. The premise of a group of musicians sharing the stage to provide comedic support with musical (and verbal) punctuation and scripted heckling was promising but failed in the execution. The same is true for Todd's stream of consciousness delivery - promising in concept but unfortunately fails to deliver any laughs.
Really hard to follow. He's all over the place. But some funny parts.