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I May Destroy You
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This film still holds up. It's still funny and the passage of time hasn't cast it as offensive to gay people. Robin Williams is a delight as the straight man to Nathan Lane's hilarious campy with depth character.
A fun movie that still amuses. The supporting cast contains some great talent but do feel a bit underused.
Lazy yet enjoyable enough comedy from Ray Romano. His marriage and family based comedy is always comforting but this isn't is best material on those subjects. There is limited decent laughs but it is warm.
One has to wonder if Netflix do any quality control for the big money they pay, many of these big name specials are delivering less than stellar material.
Still the whole befuddled husband thing is a nice break from more challenging stuff floating around in comedy, it's comfort food. Just kind of lukewarm.
Sandler totally on form. Funny with a touching ending. Loved it.