Broadsheet Trailer Park: Special Correspondents



What you may need to know:

1. Two radio journalists fake their own kidnapping.

2. Written, directed and starring Ricky Gervais. *Shudder*

3. It’s another Netflix original.

Well, sort of. Special Correspondents is a remake of the 2009 French movie du même nom.

Is there any sadder sound than the oppressive silence of wasting an hour browsing Netflix?

Broadsheet prognosis: Dance, monkey, dance.

Release Date:
April 29 (Netflix).

14 thoughts on “Broadsheet Trailer Park: Special Correspondents

  1. Owen

    ugh, Ricky Gervais. I find it hard to understand why he is still watched. I guess a Netflix movie is an indication of his likability.

    1. munkifisht

      And X-FM and Ghost town and the Golden GLobes and his cameo in Louis (one of the funniest things I’ve seen). Derek was awful saccharine poo and his stand up isn’t fantastic, but he hits the mark more than he misses. Course, every fupping Irish bumhole is the funniest fupper on the planet and can look down on every “comedian” with disdain.

  2. mildred st. meadowlark

    I find him irritating beyond belief. He has as much charm as our acquaintance with a leather jacket.

  3. Funster Fionnanánn

    His Twitter account has shown him for the vile male genital he can be and let’s down his comedy legacy. The office is almost perfect and extras has some lovely moments. The podcasts were ground breaking and are still funny.
    I didn’t want to like this film but the trailer makes it look like it has some funny ideas.

  4. Quint

    Looks awful and Bana looks bored. Gervais has gone from comic hero to irritating Twitter troll obsessed with his cat. Talk about destroying the legacy of The Office, the best British comedy since Fawlty Towers. What a fall from grace.

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