In 2014 Sarah Silverman will be part of two comedy movies, "Gravy" and "A Million Ways to Die in the West" and possibly a new television series "People in New Jersey" if they are picked up. There is no questioning her ability to act and her stand up comedy talent but Sarah Silverman must be careful that her viewing public does not become tired of her seeming to hate everything.
Sarah Silverman is probably one of the most talented stand-up comedians, male or female who is working today but for many fans, new and old, one question about Sarah Silverman that is starting to arise is does she like anything and what direction does she want to go with her career? Will she ever become a superstar stand-up comedian who can fill a Las Vegas venue similar to other male stand up comedians?
Sarah has earned critical acclaim because she knows no limits with regard to her topics whether it be racism, sexism or religion. Her only limit is how far to the extreme can she take the topic and while at first this may seem appealing to an audience for many there reaches a point of saturation where the "shock" value disappears and it becomes an issue of whether there is a point to her act.
One of the things that has made Sarah Silverman a "must-see" comedic talent is the fact that while she seems to have no "sacred cow" concerning topics she was always entertaining in large part because many of her fans were unaccustomed to hearing a woman talk with such candor and so directly about sensitive topics. Now that she has achieved mainstream success she is a known commodity and that requires her to come forth with something different other than a cynicism toward everything and everyone.
Sarah Silverman is an exceptional comedic talent but she must evolve her act because if a viewing audience hears and sees the same sort of cynical, sarcastic attitude over and over again they will begin to tune her out or worse, stop looking to her as a source of entertainment. In 2014,
Sarah Silverman has the opportunity to become viewed as one of the pre-eminent stand-up comedians and comedic actresses in the entertainment industry but to do so her act must evolve or she will lose her audience and bring credibility to the criticisms of hating everything and offering nothing to society that were launched her at by Jonah Hill at the James Franco Comedy Roast. Entertainment comedy observers are hoping that Sarah's comedy routine continues to mature in 2014 and if it does she will distinguish herself as a comedian that must be seen on television and the big screen.