Thursday, May 11, 2017
SRC 159: Sandy Wexler (2017)
When your Netflix "original" comedy play more like a bad documentary about stale jokes than it does an irreverent romp, you know you've cameo-ed your way into the Restroom...
SANDY WEXLER deals with a fictitious Hollywood manager (Adam Sandler) in the mid 90's who discovers a talented singer (Jennifer Hudson) in a theme park and aids in her rise to fame despite being completely incompetent. What follows are an agonizing 131 minutes of telegraphed jokes, bizarre tonal shifts, irritating accents, endless parade of cameos, and Rob Schneider torturing us with yet another unfunny racist character.
This non-comedic dump is available for streaming on Netflix, but as always, you're better off leaving the Sandler posse to us and go watch Happy Gilmore again where he was actually tolerable.
Joining us as part of our extended co-flushing team this time out are Brian Klosterman and Paul Hawkins from the BlokeBusters podcast.
Sit back now and give a listen as Griffin, Crest, & Knight flush you down the Cinematic Bowl with, SANDY WEXLER...