Comedy Central Roast of Bruce Willis
Comedy • 2018 • 1 hr 25 min
Not really super funny but entertaining. There have been far better roasts
Great roast as usual with almighty Bruce Willis in the spotlight
All the roasts are worth watching. This one wasn't particularly memorable however.
Not the best roast but has some solid burns and funny jokes
Roasts are hard to watch. I can’t figure out how people enjoy sitting there while celebrities just verbally tear them to shreds. Funny kinda
It's a roast. Funny people say funny things about famous people.
Bruce was a better punching bag than expected
Not the best roast, but good funny jokes
Not a great roast in comparison to some of the others
Hilarious and fun to see Willis in the light of celebrities purporting to be dejected.
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