The Art of THE CABLE GUY: Cinema's Misunderstood Satire
by Ryan Hollinger
In this video essay, Ryan Hollinger makes a case for why Ben Stiller’s 1996 satire, The Cable Guy, is both woefully underrated and one of the most painfully misunderstood comedies of the last twenty years.
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