A comedian is trying to break in to serious acting and he is not being taken seriously. His reality TV fiancé wants to broadcast their wedding. A critic writing a story on him forces him to look at his relationship with his fiancé as well as his comedic career.
Chris Rock directs the film and I felt it was a bit ambitious. It’s an interesting storyline — I’ll give credit where it’s due — but I thought everyone but Rock was good in it. He came off a little uncomfortable and the only part he looked natural was when he was preforming stand-up.
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