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Film Review: The Bubble (2022)

How well does Judd Apatow's pandemic comedy work?

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The Bubble is the newest comedy by director Judd Apatow. Co-written by Apatow and Pam Brady, The Bubble is the story of a group of actors contending to be in isolation during the Covid-19 pandemic while simultaneously filming the latest installment of a blockbuster movie franchise.




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Eric B. Jones

Eric B. Jones

Fan of the movies. Writing to show my perspective on the artform I grew up loving.

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