Taylor Tomlinson: Have It All


Action / Comedy / Documentary

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 76%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 76% · 50 ratings
IMDb Rating 7.2/10 10 1702 1.7K

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1 hr 6 min
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Reviewed by Jeremy_Urquhart 8 / 10

Another (mostly) strong special

Of the two blond Taylors who've become super popular in the last few years within their respective fields, I'll take Tomlinson over Swift any day.

Have It All is not quite as good as her previous two specials, and so I think there might have been a little disappointment for me as a result. Quarter-Life Crisis was great, and then Look At You felt like one of the funniest and most insightful/balanced I'd ever heard.

Have It All is still strong. Most of the jokes landed and Tomlinson's honesty and introspection are still compelling to listen to, and probably would be even if there weren't any jokes. Parts of this still hit hard and there was something of an emotional rollercoaster to be had, what with laughing one minute and then feeling despondent the next when she gets very real.

I just don't think the ride was as consistent or thrilling as previous specials, but it still felt like high-quality stuff and I'm still keen to listen to/watch whatever she puts out next.

Reviewed by ewimert 4 / 10

We get it, you have a Netflix special...

We had a really hard time watching the special even just halfway through. The constant gloating and mentioning that she has a Netflix specials and that she's so important really got old. She seems to have a really negative view of people who are married and continues to talk about how boring and sad they are. Since she has no idea what it actually means to be married it was kind of embarrassing to watch her trying to describe it.

Unfortunately, we found the jokes to be stale and it was hard to watch in a "I feel bad for her" way. We turned it off, and then tried to watch it again the next night in hopes that things would turn out better, but it almost seem like there was a sense of insecurity about her in incessant gloating and bragging about having Netflix specials that was just a huge turn off.

Her other specials were so good and came from such a humble place but this one just missed the mark unfortunately.

Reviewed by paul_haakonsen 6 / 10

Enjoyable, but a running a bit on auto-pilot...

Well, I did enjoy the previous shows from Taylor Tomlinson, so when I stumbled upon this 2024 comedy special on Netflix, while browsing through the contents, of course I had to watch it. I didn't know that she had a new show out, but then again I don't really keep up with what she is doing.

Now, the good news is that if you enjoyed the previous two shows from Taylor Tomlinson, then you will definitely also enjoy this 2024 show. You know what you are getting and she does deliver. And yeah, I definitely was adequately entertained by this 66 minute long comedy special, no doubt about that. The bad news is that as a comedian, she isn't really progressing or evolving, it feels very much like the shows that came before this.

Again, as with the previous shows, Taylor Tomlinson feels naturally at home on the scene and she has a good charisma and carries the show with grace. And her interaction with the audience is good.

Something that I didn't like about this 2024 show was how much she talked about her career and her Netflix specials, it felt a bit pompous and as if she was rather full of herself. You're on Netflix, yeah, we get it. We are watching you there already...

I was genuinely entertained by "Taylor Tomlinson: Have It All" and it is well-worth sitting down to watch and enjoy, whether or not you have seen the previous shows.

My rating of "Taylor Tomlinson: Have It All" lands on a six out of ten stars.

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