Critic Consensus: The refreshingly goofy Crashing embraces a measured positivity and an overall sweetness that sets it apart from its more sardonic contemporaries.
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Crashing deserves an audience. It is clever, witty and genuinely funny, working from the idea that the stand-up comedian is a kind of pastor to his unruly flock.
Crashing works because Holmes is so sweet (there's really no other word for it) that we root for him every step of the way.
Crashing has enough mostly gentle amusements to keep it on track.
At its best, though, Crashing is a kind of corrective, and an honest one at that. Comedy need not be only the refuge of the cynic. It also has room for figures like Holmes, for whom the craft is less a burden than a blast.
While all this adds up to a perfectly enjoyable experience, Crashing never gets off the couch... He's a comic with plenty of talent, but stuck in a story that doesn't stand out.
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