An in depth look at the morals (or lack thereof) in two dark comedies, Dr. Strangelove and Pulp Fiction.
Comedy and deception? It happens all the time on the Big Screen. Not all movie laughs come without a price to society.
As the Yuletide season rolls around once again, Benjamin Cox celebrates by looking back at possibly one of the most unconventional Christmas films ever made.
If you like fifteen minutes worth of story briefly sprinkled into an hour and forty-five minutes of really obnoxious adlibbing, then this is for you!
In a world where puppets are sentient beings that coexist with humans, one puppet private detective gets mixed into a string of murders. In order to find the killer, he must team up with his ex-partner. They come across quirky characters and a whole lot of puppet death that needs solving.
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.
Writer/director Sean Anders has made a nice little living for himself spotlighting dysfunctional families in his films, including 2013’s above-average We’re the Millers to the recent Daddy’s Home films (the first was decent, the second—awful). Anders continues that theme in the surprisingly...
This is a non-spoiler review of “Instant Family” starring Mark Wahlberg, Rose Byrne, Isabela Moner, and more!
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.
“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.”
Before the parody film became witless rehashes of more successful films, there were people like Jim Abrahams who fought to keep things genuinely funny. Benjamin Cox feels the need for speed.
These are some of the most underrated comedies of all time and they deserve more attention than they have received.
Continuing his trek through the best Christmas movies available, Benjamin Cox looks back at an accidental Christmas classic. After all, it's all about...
This is a non-spoiler review of “Father Figures” starring Owen Wilson, Ed Helms, Glenn Close, and more!
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!