Back in the day, we reviewed the hilarious James Corden in One Man, Two Guvnors. Get it get it James.

It’s a Psychology 101 fact that we spectators have an instinct to create order out of chaos, to notice patterns or connections or some sort of overall plan in situations where there may or may not be. This instinct is a fundamental drive, perhaps even a pleasurable experience, and one that I believe is at the heart of good ol’ fashioned farce.

So, when in nearly every scene of One Man, Two Guvnors, everything seems to be going completely out of hand, there’s an incredibly enjoyable realization that, in fact, the cast and crew, led by James Corden, actually has everything in complete control.

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