Benjamin Prager Rubenkirk’s review published on Letterboxd:
I generally share E;R's thoughts on this. What a blessing it is that Universal could bring him back to life with Jordan Peele's good film to date.
It is ironic the movie ends how it does with the possible autocritique theme of turning a blind eye to physical abuse, viz. of children on family sitcoms, to get by as a Hollywood professional.