What a gem. It's the perfect companion for a lazy day when you're looking to escape the stress of your actual life and get lost in cinema.
As for the claims of "wokeness"? Pfft. At it's core, this show celebrates the glory of friendship and family. And talk about wholesome! I don't remember a single curse word or sex scene. Plus, the underlying message was "work hard and be kind." Look, I'm a total leftie, and this was the first time I've ever seen the other side's point of view presented in a way I could understand and respect. Please. The only people who count this as "woke" are snowflakes who can't handle shows where everyone isn't white. Besides, it's barely even political! There are maybe three short scenes that could be described as political. And even that's a stretch. It's mostly a caper involving a rag-tag gang of misfits.
It's a lovely little show with a Christopher Walken-sized cherry on top. You can't go wrong.