thesnagel’s review published on Letterboxd:
Chris Rock proves that he's still got sharp wit, social insight and the ability to really piss people off by pushing the envelope. The segment definitely gets a lot stronger as the show progresses, but there was never a notable lull in the audience reactions (I understand that they sometimes cut this from multiple sets but whatever).
I enjoyed seeing him back on stage and offering a new perspective as an older, now divorced father of two who's accepted that he's not really ready to let go of the picture of himself as a 20-something he remembers. The set is directed by Bo Burnham who is the master of subversion and timing, and you can tell that he's weaved in very specific cues throughout the film. Masterfully crafted.