Rob Schneider: Soy Sauce and the Holocaust



IMDb Rating 5.6/10 10 299 299


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Reviewed by paul_haakonsen 5 / 10

It felt like Schneider wasn't even there himself...

This was the first time I saw Rob Schneider perform stand-up comedy.

Rob Schneider does have some pretty nice jokes, and there were some fairly good laughs throughout the course of this performance. However, he seemed as if Schneider wasn't really fully there in spirit and was lacking energy and enthusiasm to go through with the routine. And that ultimately did seep into his overall performance. If he had been more in the moment and in the present, this show would have been much more enjoyable.

After having seen "Rob Schneider: Soy Sauce and the Holocaust", I think that I will just stick to watching his regular movies, because this stand-up act wasn't particularly exciting.

Reviewed by backup-50362 8 / 10

One of the better Netflix specials

I know expectations are low because he has a reputation of being in bad movies, but every popular comedy actor does, Rob Schneider, Ben Stiller, etc.

Rob is really talented at being funny, his jokes are a perfect blend of non-politically correct and non-political. Just good stuff.

Some don't land but most are funny, and he's great with delivery and everything. Hope to see more specials from him, it's easier to digest than movies.

Reviewed by gavin6942 5 / 10

Rob Schneider Does Stand-Up!

I have always been mixed on Rob Schneider's comedy. As much as I loved him on Saturday Night Live, his post-TV movie career has been questionable. Some things seem to work (like "Deuce Bigalow"), while others are pretty weak. The stand-up is better than average.

First of all, he does really good impressions and voices, and starts off explaining the difference between the 20s and 40s. He was 48 when this show was recorded, so he may soon have to modify this. As someone who has noticed the differences between the 20s and 30s, I could relate.

He discusses parenting, briefly. I am glad it was only brief, because this is one thing I really dislike about comedians. I do not want to hear about your kids. I generally do not like even hearing stand-up about relationships, because the same jokes get told by everyone.

Some bits were especially good, particularly the rip on ads for unwanted gold, and noting that obesity is worse than terrorism. I thought the "Hoarders" bit was good, though I have not actually seen the show.

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