If this is indeed the land of the free, it has to be such for everyone, not just those we agree with and pray next to on Sundays.
The humor in the script is great and provides a plethora of laugh out loud moments, especially given the wonderful (and unexpected?) chemistry of Rogen and Theron.
It’s an admirable endeavor, but lacks a strong enough voice to resonate anywhere near the level that must have been its goal.
It’s the final season in a show that was turned upside-down when the news of Kevin Spacey’s firing broke, so we already knew we were in for something different.
Stone used to be fearless, and while this isn’t a scared work, it just doesn’t show the teeth that the story demands, and the issues start with the script.