Late Night Writer Jenny Hagel’s In the Heights Review Gets Emotional

Published on June 15, 2021

Late Night writer Jenny Hagel gives an emotional review of the movie In the Heights.

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  • Carly Diaz 11 months ago

    jenny sounds like my toddler explaining what hurt them

  • anime dumpster fire 11 months ago

    I appreciate Jenny, and The Heights, but girl… This is clearly about more than a film. You seeing a therapist? You doing okay? How’s your sleep?

  • New Message 11 months ago

    Clearly, Jenny should be the next to get her own show.

  • New Message 11 months ago

    Sounds flantastic!

  • YoungbabyTHEtruth100 11 months ago

    SMH y u crying

  • shmpooch 11 months ago

    I love this so much! 😆 But her crying was so good, it made me cry

  • Raymon Rodenburg 11 months ago

    She also got me crying, of laughter 😀

  • i 11 months ago

    Am a proud latino I have never understood latinx. Even most the people in LBTQ latin community don’t use it.

  • verdatum 11 months ago

    This genuinely made me cry. That said, let’s be honest, flan is just creme caramel. THAT said, cancer recently took my mom from me and I miss her cooking so much. TT_TT

  • Napoléon I Bonaparte 11 months ago

    Needs more mascara dripping down…

  • Matthew MacDonald 11 months ago

    Like other commenters have said, this made me actually cry too. Why is the world so weird?

  • Tonya Richards 11 months ago

    Seth’s laughter is everything good.

  • James M. McGill 11 months ago

    She should’ve better call me. Yes, I’m Saul Goodman. And I will help those who were very emotional about everything. Better call Saul!

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  • gary white 11 months ago

    Well done!

  • RhytAwAy MistahJ 11 months ago

    Being 100% Puerto Rican myself I can honestly say that I couldnt care less about “In the Heights” or its Hispanic representation or Hispanic representation in general. I don’t even care enough to google the plot. In my mind I imagined it was about some greedy land developer trying to gentrify the Heights and kick everyone out of the neighborhood. I rooted for the land developer.

    And P.S. Knock it off with the “LatinX” stuff. It’s stupid and it makes people that say it sound stupid.

  • uosdwiSrdewoH 11 months ago

    I assume we’ll be getting “The Jenny Hagel Show” on Peacock any day now.


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