Stand Out: An LGBTQ+ Celebration


Action / Comedy / Documentary

Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 57%
IMDb Rating 6.1/10 10 852 852

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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by bardnightingale 5 / 10

TOO MANY comics with too little time

There are some really good comedians in this mix, but they barely had time for a set. I feel it would have been better if they had more time for a more developed set. Felt like a series of one liners, many which weren't that great. Or hits against Chapelle which is petty since he has apologized and tried explain his views but heaven forbid someone else has a different view and difficulty understanding something different from what their norm. As for Bill Burr, he does hate comedy is is against any minority group, so again, why waste your breath.

There were some comedians that used their time with excellence. I did finish the show, smiled at some parts laughed at others.

Reviewed by cookiealexd 1 / 10

Pretentious postering lacks comedy.

Now don't get me wrong, there are a few good comedians/sets. Going in I knew Margaret Cho, Trixie & bob, Matteo, Wanda etc weren't going to disappoint. However those 15 mins aside, this didn't feel like a comedy special given all the ghastly LA posturing. Every other act decided to take time to give a gratuitous speech simply saying trans rights are under attack and the world is terrible so they can get an audience cheer (ironic given despite this being a lgbtq+ special, there isn't a single trans comedian in sight), throw in the word 'queer' a few times then do lackluster sets with some regressive viewpoints social media has told them they should be parroting, and you have the rest of the hour plus this takes to get through. A comedy special on the back of not being straight, or not being both strictly cis and straight in Eddie's case, needs actual comedy. For instance Eddie talked about doing drugs and defecating themself and Mae explained 'gender' to us using Beauty and the Beast before saying how horrible Dave Chapelle and Ricky Gervais are and how she hopes she explained it to them and they all kiss eachother. Is the idea of straight men going gay meant to be funny? I think we all would have been a lot better off keeping this to half the comedians, and doubling their time.

My ultimate advice would be to just watch a margaret cho special and call it a day.

Reviewed by waitingfortheworms00 3 / 10

A few headliners, a few has beens and lots of glorified open-micers

When your criteria is based on sexual preference first and talent second, this is the result. This was the moment to showcase relevent, brilliant comics that are also LGBTQ+, not LGBTQ+ mediocre-at-best comics. So many comics were missing that could have made this nothing short of genius.

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