Mae Martin: SAP is a Netflix stand-up comedy special released on March 28th, 2023.
Mae Martin is a stand-up comedian from Canada who wrote the Netflix series Feel Good, which went on to win two Canadian Comedy Awards. They also won a BAFTA TV Award for Best Female Performance on the series.
Mae Martin: A SAP Review
Mae Martin: SAP is a story about Martin discussing how the world has gone off the rails. In the film 'Beauty and the Beast,' they discuss mythical encounters with a mouse and the gender spectrum.
Mae and a man at a campfire who throw their phones into the fire are introduced to the stage by a group of fake trees.
Martin explains how her father told her about her birth and how she got to know her. It was the perfect little beginning.
Martin has this wonderful ability to use voices, hand gestures, and specific plot points to make you laugh harder than other jokes. He also had some great jokes about his parents.
The fact that they used the voice to try to make themselves appear like them did not make any difference.
Martin's performances are a great punchline, which I found and some viewers might not like.
I wouldn't have mentioned it if this had taken place once, but every moment that Martin had that included storytime.
I apologise when comedians preach their opinions or beliefs on the stage in a preachy manner. Martin pours their heart out on the stage empathetically, confronting the ideology of people who oppose transgender and non-binary people.
They raised the issues they always wanted about the Chapelles and Gervais's of the world and handled it brilliantly. Those who may not understand might want to hear Martin explain their opinion and how they feel.
Is Mae Martin of SAP a good fit?
Mae Martin's style isn't going to be for everyone, and their delivery is sometimes dry, and the storytelling might be off-putting to some, but I laughed at half of the jokes. So, it's difficult to say no, but difficult to say yes.
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