Jenny Slate: Stage Fright (2019) - Comedy

Hohum Score

19

Watchable

Jenny Slate's debut stand up-comedy special blends with home videos from her childhood and interviews of her with her family.

IMDB: 5.9
Director: Gillian Robespierre
Stars: Jenny Slate, undefined
Length: 66 Minutes
PG Rating: N/A
Reviews: 2 out of 36 found boring (5.55%)

One-line Reviews (8)

To her it was obviously funny as she enjoyed it much more than anyone else.

She is unpredictable and Silly, and I think that's what people love about her.

I'm pretty sure her family and herself will enjoy it very much when they will watch it over but for us, the audience, it's just boring.

Her maniacal screaming, cackling, meandering and meaningless riffs (that she continually laughs at herself), combined with uninspired and banal video clips made this patently unwatchable.

But I think the handful of things that made me laugh really hard made it worth watching.

When taken for what it is worth and what it is meant to be, this is a pretty enjoyable show.

A self-indulgent biography without ever putting herself in the audience.

She is intriguing (i'd love to have a beer and conversation with her) and and her quirkiness, along with some home footage and interviews were enough to be entertained.