Is Jerry Seinfeld's 'Unfrosted' a tasty treat, or just a stale old standby? : Pop Culture Happy Hour The new Netflix film Unfrosted tells a fanciful invented version of the Pop-Tart's origin. The film was directed and co-written by Jerry Seinfeld, who also stars as a Kellogg's executive who's in a race to release a new breakfast idea before their rival beats them to it. Seinfeld is joined by a big cast of funny people including Melissa McCarthy, Amy Schumer, Jim Gaffigan, and Hugh Grant. But is the movie as satisfying as the Pop-Tart itself?

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Is Jerry Seinfeld's 'Unfrosted' a tasty treat, or just a stale old standby?

Is Jerry Seinfeld's 'Unfrosted' a tasty treat, or just a stale old standby?

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Melissa McCarthy, Jerry Seinfeld, and Jim Gaffigan in Unfrosted. Netflix hide caption

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Melissa McCarthy, Jerry Seinfeld, and Jim Gaffigan in Unfrosted.

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The new Netflix film Unfrosted tells a fanciful invented version of the Pop-Tart's origin. The film was directed and co-written by Jerry Seinfeld, who also stars as a Kellogg's executive who's in a race to release a new breakfast idea before their rival beats them to it. Seinfeld is joined by a big cast of funny people including Melissa McCarthy, Amy Schumer, Jim Gaffigan, and Hugh Grant. But is the movie as satisfying as the Pop-Tart itself?


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