People are calling Netflix's new comedy the 'best movie' they've seen in over a decade

People can't get over Netflix's new comedy movie, with some hailing it as the "best movie" they've seen in years.
In a time when the world can feel overwhelming and often bleak, laughter gives us some much-needed solace. While timeless comedies hold a special place in our hearts, sometimes it's refreshing to take a chance on a new film.

Enter Old Dads, the recent Netflix release that's racking up both chuckles and debates online.

Bill Burr directs and stars in this new film. With a cast that boasts names like Bobby Cannavale, Bokeem Woodbine, Katie Aselton, and Reign Edwards, Old Dads promises an engaging watch.

The plot revolves around a middle-aged father named Jack, played by Burr, and his two best friends.

Check out the trailer for Old Dads:

The official synopsis captures the essence: "When a middle-aged father and his two best friends sell their company to a millennial, they soon find themselves out of step and behind the times as they struggle to navigate a changing world of culture, career, and fatherhood."

This contemporary take on generational gaps and evolving societal norms offers much to ponder, along with ample laughs.

As expected with any new Netflix offering, viewers are quick to share their reactions across social media platforms.

One person wrote: "Just watched Old Dads on Netflix... best movie I've seen in at least 15 years."

Another viewer said: "Old dads gotta be one of the best movies I’ve ever seen, good for Bill Burr for calling out how soft and politically correct society has gotten."

A third penned: "Old Dads is best comedy at the moment on."

A final person called it "the best funniest movie I’ve watched this year!! Script, Cast, AMAZING!!"
Old Dads has clearly touched a comedic nerve for many, but it hasn't been without its detractors.

Although the audience seems to find the humor spot on, with a whopping 90 percent approval score on Rotten Tomatoes, critics appear less convinced. The film holds a mere 18 percent critic score on the same platform.

Brian Lowry from CNN shared his thoughts, commenting, "As hot as he is on stage, Bill Burr picked a lousy time to try migrating his angry-guy act to movies, as he does in the fitfully funny Old Dads."

Screen Rant's Brittany Witherspoon chimed in with her critique, "Bill Burr's film isn’t the worst directorial debut by any means of the phrase, but the film's raunchy comedy fails to say something meaningful."

Despite the polarized reviews, the underlying sentiment remains: in challenging times, comedy has a pivotal role. Whether Old Dads tickles your funny bone or makes you ponder its deeper messages, it's clear that the film is igniting conversations.

If you're in need of some laughter or simply want to weigh in on the debate, Old Dads is streaming on Netflix right now. Dive into this fresh comedy and decide for yourself where you stand on this Burr-led escapade.

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