|IMDB Rating:||9.0/10||Released Date:||30 Jan 2016|
"Horace and Pete" is quiet and intimate when it's at its best, but in so many ways it feels like indulgence. And that's fine. If you're operating at Louis C.K.'s level, I guess you get a few of those. And it never stops being exciting to see a creator unafraid of experimenting — a creator who honestly seems to live for those opportunities. I don't begrudge "Horace and Pete" for existing, and I don't begrudge C.K. for Beyonce-ing us all.