Bo Burnham: Make Happy :– Watch Bo Burnham: Make Happy full movie on GoMoviesTube,When Bo Burnham came to prominence, he was a wild ball of energy and creativity with his wordy, fast-paced songs and bits. With sharp wit, an incredible lack for lyrics, and the charm of a teenage heartthrob, his Shakespeare meets “Weird Al” meets Justin Bieber mashup was a shock to the system. But as talented as Burnham was, the one problem with his act was that he often came off a bit too precious and cute. While he was incredibly talented for his age—he began posting songs to YouTube at age 16, and released his first comedy special, Words Words Words four years later—the worst moments were the moments where you remembered that he was basically a teenager.Still, it was obvious that he had a ton of potential, and with his latest special Make Happy, he has realized that potential, dropping the cutesy stuff while maintaining the stunning talent that made him so intriguing in the first place. Continuing the trend of his 2013 album What., he gets more avant-garde and considerably darker than he ever got as a teen, resulting in one of the best stand-up specials of the year.Right from the beginning, a darker Bo Burnham emerges; he wakes up in makeup resembling Heath Ledger’s Joker, and as he walks to the stage, we hear a monotone female voice warning the audience not to laugh at this special because “the world is not funny.” This is justified with factoids like “12 percent of the world does not have access to clean drinking water” and “Guy Fieri owns two functioning restaurants.” With that dark introduction, Burnham takes the stage, having already stacked the deck against himself.It’s not remotely a problem, as Burnham is hilarious from the beginning. The opening bit is a funny take on the call-and-response cliché, as Burnham asks the audience to say “Hell yeah!” if they’re a virgin, and “No comment” if they’re a bit too afraid to share their thoughts on the Israel-Palestine conflict. From there, he gives us a song called “Straight White Man,” in which he sings about the (minor) problems that come with being privileged. This runs the risk of becoming a bit stale—hasn’t Ben Folds already covered this territory? But when Burnham asks us to “walk a mile in his Uggs,” it’s hard not to crack a smile.
More Information about The Bo Burnham: Make Happy Movie (2016)
Comedy | Music
Release: 22 February 2016 (Usa)
IMDB Rating : 8.5/10
Director: Bo Burnham, Christopher Storer
Writers: Bo Burnham, Christopher Storer
Stars : Bo Burnham