The only part I liked was when he talked about being jealous of Kevin Hart, because it was the only time he showed vulnerability. Even aside from everything that was ignorant and willfully misinformed, I felt like he got in his own way by being too pompous. He reminds us a number of times that he's Dave Chappelle, and it's not for comedic effect. He's just boasting, as if he's become his own parody of Rick James.
I saw this as a cynical, shitty teenager, and hated it. Even before revisiting it, I was deeply ashamed of this fact because I knew in my heart I was wrong. I am proud of how much I have matured in the last 17 years as a viewer of cinema, and that I can now recognize Face/Off as one of the greatest films of all time.