I think I should change jobs if I can perform and get paid very good money for only 60 minutes of work doing what this man does on stage.
I didn't laugh once. Not once.
As I said when I talked about Jackass Forever, they already looked old and felt old for what they were doing, even with the new people they added.
At first you would think this would be a coda for the franchise, but they got a new show on Paramount+, so maybe the success in the box officed worked for them.
They are clearly having fun and so this is purely 100% entertainment. There's nothing memorable, and of course I wasn't even expecting it in any way, just maybe a few laughs in its 90 minute running time.
The guy who near the end admits that he knows about 6 women who were abused but cries out of sadness and anger that they made it public, which affected the fucking Bikram, makes it clear why men like this exist and get away with the things they do.
The charlatans are one thing, but their enablers.... Jesus.
I'll say this documentary isn't telling something new but it was interesting enough and it's relevance is undeniable.