Netflix's Murder Mystery isn't too bad

Yes, we know Adam Sandler is in it.

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Every now and then the stars align and the impossible becomes possible. Netflix's newest Adam Sandler movie is actually mildly funny. It's actually better than mildly funny. It's semifunny. The movie is far from amazing, but these days the bar is low. Anyway, Murder Mystery actually did quite well for Netflix as it was the service's biggest weekend film ever. I highly recommend running the video while you putter around the house cleaning.  

Since you're reading this, let's give you some extra information not found in the podcast: WWE is holding its first ever Stomping Grounds event live on Sunday at 7 p.m. ET. It will be available on the WWE Network. The card is full of rematches -- but a standout may be Samoa Joe taking on Ricochet.  

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