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Old Dads Review: Burr’s Directorial Debut Has Plenty Of Jokes But Little Laughs-TGN

Old Dads Review: Burr's Directorial Debut Has Plenty Of Jokes But Little Laughs-TGN

Standup comedian Bill Burr is no stranger to pushing the limits in his comedy. And in his directorial debut, Old Dads, he pushes it far. Burr stars as Jack Kelly, a businessman, husband, and father with a temper and raunchy mouth that puts him in more trouble than it's worth. When an eccentric, new millennial CEO takes over the company he’s made with his best friends Connor (Bobby Cannavale) and Mike (Bokeem Woodbine), Jack’s anger boils over, sending him possibly to a point of no return. Old Dads is packed with secular and, at times, offensive jokes which often overstay their welcome. Yet, there’s something honest (and fun) about this film that will sit well with some viewers, even if the jokes grow old.

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