Hello, Privilege. It's Me, Chelsea (2019) - Documentary

Hohum Score

10

Engaging

Chelsea Handler explores explores how white privilege impacts American culture and the ways it's benefited her life and career.

IMDB: 4.1
Director: Alex Stapleton
Stars: Chelsea Handler, Ryan Haygood
Length: 64 Minutes
PG Rating: N/A
Reviews: 9 out of 80 found boring (11.25%)

One-line Reviews (17)

Netflix is a propaganda machine .

Idiotic socialist propaganda masquerading as comedy.

Well I gave it a chance but This was a complete waste of time.

A complete waste of time .

The segment in which she visits her old boyfriend and his family I found particularly compelling.

It is definitely worth watching.

But overall, it's a just a waste of time.

Yawn nk and next.

Boring, predictable and prejudice.

It's so god-awful that it is minutely entertaining.

Yawn...

Really couldn't recommend wasting your time watching this, as anyone should know privilege befalls the majority, not ethnicity, rendering the whole film pointless.

Second, I feel like the material was repetitive and not engaging.

Drab drivel, playing on the wet dream of privilege .

Waste of time for all involved.

Complete waste of time on a fabricated subject do so by people that can't rise above their own challenges.

Interesting, definitely worth watching.