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Issue Details: First known date: 2018... 2018 The BBQ Review – Shane Jacobson's Likability Can't Save Gallingly Unfunny 'Comedy'
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'It’s filled with racial stereotypes, dumb dialogue and inept subplots, and few things about Stephen Amis’s film make sense.' 

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https://www.theguardian.com/film/2018/feb/21/the-bbq-review-shane-jacobsons-likability-cant-save-gallingly-unfunny-comedy The BBQ Review – Shane Jacobson's Likability Can't Save Gallingly Unfunny 'Comedy'small AustLit logo The Guardian Australia
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  • The BBQ Stephen Amis , Serge De Nardo , Tim Ferguson , David Richardson , Angelo Salamanca , 2018 single work film/TV
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