Michael Che Matters

Movie, 2016, 60 minutes
Michael Che Matters
"SNL" star Michael Che takes on hot-button topics like inequality, homophobia and gentrification in this stand-up set filmed live in Brooklyn.
The movie Michael Che Matters is a Netflix Original and was released in 2016 and lasts 60 minutes. Michael Che earned a 2016 Emmy nomination for his work with the "Saturday Night Live" writing team. Suitable for mature audiences only. Michael Che Matters is available on Netflix in Ultra HD/4K quality as long as you have the right Netflix membership plan This movie is Raunchy.
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Score: 7 of the 10

Jesus, Guns, Black Lives Matter. White girls dancing, Honest, uncompromising comedy where no topic is out of bounds

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Audio: English
Subtitles: French;Spanish;English;Traditional Chinese;German;Dutch

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