The Duff was one of the most entertaining movies to come out in 2015. Are you looking for other movies like it? You've landed in a right spot.
For witty dialog and stylish fun, the six "Thin Man" movies from the 1930s and 40s starring William Powell and Myrna Loy are hard to beat.
A review and analysis of Netflix's "Candy Jar" from a college graduate who has seen and lived the stressful life of college (before and after admittance into a school).
Little Shop of Horrors holds up as a fun movie that will give you some laughs and get tunes stuck in your head. The director's cut ads a new darker layer of fun to the mix.
Believe it or not, it’s been more than eight months since we’ve seen the ubiquitous Kevin Hart up on the big screen. And those hoping he would build on the success of last December’s Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle (and put dreck like The Wedding Ringer, Get Hard, and Ride Along 2 behind him) will...
“Bridget Jones’ Diary” is a great rom-com. Here are 7 similar feel-good, romantic, and funny movies that you will like if you enjoyed “Bridget Jones.”
The Lobster is a film that can tell you how you view relationships. When you reach the end of the movie, how you decipher the main character's fate says a lot about you. How many other movies can do that?
An in depth look at the morals (or lack thereof) in two dark comedies, Dr. Strangelove and Pulp Fiction.
2011's The FP is so absurd that it's great. Now writer and director Jason Trost is back with a crowdfunded sequel that is twice as ridiculous and double the awesome even if the ducks aren't what they used to be.
I explore how strong endings are crucial for romantic comedies and can help them transcend the cookie cutter reputation that they have been stuck with throughout the years.
Do you like movies whose characters are completely socially awkward? Do you like cringing in your seat watching them get into one bizarre situation after another? Then these are the movies for you!
These are some of the most underrated comedies of all time and they deserve more attention than they have received.
Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein is a horror/comedy from 1948 that takes it's trio of monsters surprisingly seriously, while still delivering some laughs and holding up surprisingly well after 70 years.
Perhaps not the biggest film in either Fey or Carell's careers but 'Date Night' is a solid if unspectacular watch. Benjamin Cox makes a reservation while wondering why it didn't do better.