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Film Review - 2 Days in New York


Without a doubt, Chris Rock is one of the funniest men alive. He’s an ace stand-up and astute social commentator, a vibrant performer with a lightning wit and agreeable vulgarity. However, there’s always been one thing that’s eluded Rock since he began his career, and that’s big screen comfort. He’s not a natural actor. Despite a filmography that’s spanned 25 years, Rock has never delivered extraordinary work, even under the direction of some of the greats. What “2 Days in New York” represents to Rock’s career is a breakthrough of sorts, with filmmaker/star Julie Delpy managing to massage out most of Rock’s habitual stiffness, guiding the comedian to his first satisfying performance. Read the rest at


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