George Carlin has the hilariously endearing quality of not even seem like hes performing jokes, but is just naturally funny while ranting about the things that piss him off. Angry is a word used to describe this special and it's definitely accurate, but hilariously so. Amazing how 23 years later this standup still seems almost as relevant in today's climate. Good comedians are prophetic in some ways and Carlin maybe more than any, he has a way of viewing and stripping back the bullshit of the world to paint a clearer picture. 9.5/10 fantastic special definitely will be rewatched many times
Wow. And that isn't a good wow, if you couldn't guess by which movie I'm reviewing. As a big Will Ferrell fan, I've put off watching this movie for a few years now. The concept doesn't sound terrible. Nothing incredible but Ferrell is funny enough to make it work, especially in tandem with John C. Reilly and underrated actor in his own right. With Step Brothers under their belt you'd think the chemistry means they wont miss. They do, badly.…
By no means a bad documentary, but when the entire subject is an unsolved heist with seemingly so many rabbit holes you can go down it somewhat weakens the film despite having an extremely unique and interesting event it's building off of.
I mean the first couple theories had me interested but by the time I could no longer count them on one hand it seemingly was just weakening the other more likely stories with random anecdotes from people likely…
Teetering between a 3-3.5, its certainly an interesting documentary about a subject I wasnt very familiar with and somewhat changed my views.
As a young adult who grew up with technology, I've sort or always assumed the tests in the work place were used to sort out obviously flawe candidates, less a test of what you would really do in said situations but moreso do you have the sense to know what your company would want to hear. And i…