Chris Rock: Tamborine
Comedy • 2018 • 1 hr 4 min
This post-divorce special pokes fun at some of the issues that led to the demise of his relationship and even offers some sound advice.
Funny at parts but he’s definitely had much better acts then this.
Chris Rock is always funny and entertaining and this is no different. Insightful and entertaining, well worth the watch.
Rock still has his fastball and his trademark style with this captivating and hilarious return to form.
Not too familiar with his old stuff, but this was a hilarious!
Such a bad comedy special I almost want to watch Shaub’s
It's not great. Also, Bo Burnham directed this. Not super-relevant, but probably more interesting than the entire comedy special.
Although he’s seen better days, Chris still brings fresh politically charged jokes, unique takes on life, and some genuinely real moments.
Chris Rock says what we're thinking! Extremely funny!
A little bit unsophisticated at times, but Chris’ personality maintains interest.
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