Samantha E’s review published on Letterboxd:
Heidecker I think does really well with an audience that likes him. He gets them to do almost anything because it is in the devotion to his comedy. There’s a sense of participation that you get from laughing at his jokes in the “right” way, But I also get a sense of hostility from him that is real. He’s making awful jokes, whether that’s politically or comedically. They’re bad and there’s barely anything separating them from the exact thing he is satirizing. I think he’s pushing for this verisimilitude so as to get as close as possible before the audience has realized what he’s saying and what they’re cheering on.
Very funny. Would recommend to drink with a Pepsi.