Huge in France (2019– )

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Gad is a hugely famous comedian...In France.

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6.8/10
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  • Gad Elmaleh and Scott Keiji Takeda in Huge in France (2019)
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Creators:

Gad Elmaleh, Andrew Mogel, Jarrad Paul

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13 April 2019 | Fabianfabianus
8
| I did not think to much about it and had a good laugh
I watched this withoud any prejudice, I had no idea that the protagonist GAD is a real life Person and to be honest, I could not care less. This is just a short Comedy slash Drama show that centers around a famous french Comedian who is experiencing a midlife crisis. He then tries to reconnect to his estranged son in America, a place where he is not famous at all.

In comparison to a lot of the other latest Comedy Movies and Tv shows, this seemed to be a somewhat original story. All the bad ratings could be originating from the mix of jokes of casual, silly and black humor. Some of the scenes that were meant to be funny appeared very awkward and some of the jokes were kinda childish because this is a show mainly done for an adult audience in my opinion. But you can easily skip these cringe scenes and get on with the fun, because the Actor of GAD did a good job here. Dont interpret this show as something that it is not. Atleast to us, the audience, this Show is supposed to be entertainment and nothing more. if you can see it as that and ignore the bad reviews on here, I am sure you can have a good laugh too!

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Release Date:

12 April 2019

Language

English


Country of Origin

USA

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