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Dave Chappelle's Critics Agree "That's Not Funny"


Rotten Tomatoes: Dave Chappelle's new comedy special is either terrible or really great

Whenever a film or TV show touches on politics you can often see a pretty significant divide between the ranks of mostly left-leaning critics and audiences. Naturally, which way the split goes depends on whether the film or TV show is perceived as being favorable or hostile to progressive tastes. For instance, remember the Ghostbusters reboot in 2016? On Rotten Tomatoes, 74 percent of critics gave the film a positive review, but audience reviewers pegged the film at 50 percent. I saw it and 50 percent seems very generous to me. It was not remotely funny.

"That's not funny!" 

The critic-audience review is even further split on the new Dave Chappelle comedy special Sticks and Stones. Just 33% of critics liked it while 99 percent of audiences approved. Here's a sample of a negative review from one of the critics;

A final segment on Jussie Smollett might qualify for the least objectionable portion of the special, given the Empire actor's status as a universal laughingstock. But even then, Chappelle's decision to call him "Juicy Smolier" (the surname pronounced in the French style) carries an unmistakable ring of homophobia.

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