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I LOVED Dave's first special, really liked his second, and only made it about 30 minutes into Sticks and Stones. Starting his show with an unfunny joke about suicide was just plain stupid to do. (Louis CK did the same thing for his last special) Then the jokes about LGBTQ folks was just plain mean spirited and particularly irresponsible considering trans folks are getting killed out there just for being trans, meanwhile Dave is making fun of them. Lame Dave. Go back to creating the brilliant material found in your earlier specials.
I enjoyed this one. Definitely stay for the after credits scene.
Unfortunately this movie was filmed using that crappy handheld camera style where everything is constantly wobbling around. I made it about 15 minutes into the movie before I started getting motion sick. Thanks again Hollywood for ruining what's probably a perfectly good movie with this terrible shooting style.
The main actress did a good job with the screenplay she had to work with (And yes, she's hot and would make an amazing web cam gal, not that I watch that stuff) but things didn't always make sense. Once she realized she had a double, and then her mom found out she was in this line of work, any normal person would immediately tell her about the double. In fact she'd tell EVERYBODY. Yes, she told a couple of her webcam friends but their reaction didn't make sense either. They kind of shrugged it off. And the cops? This is the kind of thing you would go to the FBI about, or at least a police detective. The resolution wan't terribly satisfying either. How did she know smashing her face would make the double smash her face too? Anyway, it was good premise but the execution needed some work for sure.
In the middle of my third viewing of this great documentary.