Joe Rogan names the movie he thinks is the last good comedy because of the revival
Following his recent controversy, it seems that Joe Rogan has set his sights on a new target: the “awakening”.
Yes, on the last episode of The Joe Rogan Experience podcast, the 54-year-old sat down with his guest, comedian Tom Papa, where he then blamed political correctness for ruining comedy.
As part of that conversation, the pair debated the “last great comedy movie” before “the revival killed the genre,” finally settling in 2009. The hangover.
“What’s the last good comedy movie that came out?” Rogan asks dad. “Before, you could – There’s something about Mary, Center pivot. You just broke them. You knew what they were.
“It’s like the revival has killed comedy in so many ways.”
Dad agrees, adding, “They just don’t make them.”
“Is there a woke comedy? Is there even an attempt? Roger asks. “Is there even an attempt at a politically correct comedy film? They just stopped making comedy movies.
As they continue their debate, a number of films get favorable mention, including one with Seth Rogan. It is the end and Get hard with Kevin Hart and Will Farrell.
Eventually they agree on The hangoverthe 2009 film about three friends (Bradley Cooper, Ed Helms and Zach) who travel to Las Vegas for a wild and memorable bachelor party.
To be fair, it’s become a cult classic, with Dad explaining that “it blew up, because it was an R-rated comedy movie”, arguing that there aren’t “many” good comedies since. around 2015 apart from the family titles. .
Rogan concludes the segment by saying, “Bro, they murdered the comedy movie.”
Big words indeed, ones the online community was more than willing to applaud.
This includes this person who has listed a number of good comedies since then, writing: Booksmart, Blockers, The Nice Guys, Gamenight, JoJo Rabbit, What We Do In The Shadows, Neighbors.”
Another highlighted Borate 2while a third said: “‘You can’t be funny unless you marginalize someone else to feel better!’
“God forbid, you’re laughing at yourself…”
The pressure on him increased after a compilation of clips showed him using the N-word 24 times.
Although a number of music artists have called for their music to be removed from the platform in protest at his podcast, it seems Spotify wants to keep Rogan, with CEO Daniel Ek making it clear he doesn’t want to part ways. .
In a message to employees, he said: “While I strongly condemn what Joe said and agree with his decision to remove past episodes from our platform, I realize that some will want more.
“And I want to clarify something – I don’t believe silencing Joe is the answer.”
He added that he was “deeply sorry” for the impact of the controversy on Spotify’s workforce.
He continued: “We should have clear lines around content and act when they are crossed, but canceling voices is a slippery slope. Looking at the issue more broadly, it is critical thinking and open debate that fuels real and necessary progress.”