Oh, Hello on Broadway (2017)

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Two delusional geriatrics reveal curious pasts, share a love of tuna and welcome a surprise guest in this filming of the popular comedy show.


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  • Nick Kroll and John Mulaney in Oh, Hello on Broadway (2017)
  • John Mulaney in Oh, Hello on Broadway (2017)
  • Nick Kroll and John Mulaney at an event for Oh, Hello on Broadway (2017)
  • Nick Kroll and John Mulaney in Oh, Hello on Broadway (2017)
  • Nick Kroll and John Mulaney in Oh, Hello on Broadway (2017)
  • Steve Martin in Oh, Hello on Broadway (2017)

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20 July 2017 | Jared9001
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| Weird, Hilarious, and Beautiful
I went into "Oh, Hello" knowing very little, and I think that's the best way to go into this. "Oh, Hello" is a weird and stupidly brilliant mix of stand-up and theatre, and as a passionate fan of both of these mediums, I absolutely loved the way Nick Kroll and John Mulaney blended and created this performance. "Oh, Hello" is unique, original, and interesting, and should be considered essential for theatre and stand-up fans. The characters of George and Gil are well executed and extremely fun to watch, and I absolutely love this special. It is one of the most quotable pieces I have ever seen. Don't get me wrong, there are flaws here. The show tries to tackle a lot of different things; an interview, standup, a story, a "ballet", and all these elements are well meaning and pretty well executed, but sometimes, particularly during the interview, they feel a little bit like lulls in the performance. A lot of the jokes, as well, are very New York based, about specific parts of living in and being in New York city, and if you're not familiar with NYC then these might go over your head, even though they're quite poignant and funny. That being said, the elements that Kroll and Mulaney introduce here are extremely interesting and entertaining, and make the show incredibly unique and fun to watch, and if you like performance art of really any form, you'll probably enjoy this. "Oh, Hello" is an excellent example the great kind of creative content a platform like Netflix can provide, and is definitely deserving of at least one watch. 9.5/10

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