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"His Girl Friday" (1940)

Despite some clunkiness in the story, "His Girl Friday" is still fun, fast, and holds up.


"Dr. Goldfoot and the Bikini Machine" (1965)

"Dr. Goldfoot" may not technically be a good movie, but it's a fun movie which is good enough.


"Monkey Business" (1931)

The Marx Brothers in one of their better movies create mayhem one a cruise ship with the help of Thelma Todd and a couple of gangsters.


"Charade" (1963)

"Charade" (1963) has been called the greatest Hitchcock movie that Hitchcock didn't make. I don't know if it quite lives up to that high praise, but it's a fun watch.


"The January Man" (1989)

"The January Man" is a mediocre thriller with a great cast. It's worth watching just so you can wonder how it wasn't better.


"The Comedy Of Terrors" (1964)

A horror comedy starring some of the heavyweights of classic horror is a can't miss. A great family movie for the Halloween season, or any season really.


"The Wrecking Crew" (1968): Fun Product of Its Time

Dean Martin plays Matt Helm, a secret agent that makes James Bond look like a teetotalling prude. Sharon Tate plays his sexy and clumsy sidekick.


The Protagonist of "The Video Dead" Is a (Literal) Fool for Love

“The Video Dead” may be a comedy, but it's difficult to believe that the ridiculous dialogue and impractical scenarios were all deliberately contrived. Still, the film is mindless, nostalgic fun--as long as you don't think too hard.


"Vengeance": Screen Zealots Film Review

The film has a terrific premise that’s mostly well-executed, even if suffers from a general smugness.


Movie Review & Analysis: “Legally Blonde” (2001)

Having been released in 2001, the movie “Legally Blonde” was ahead of its time. 20+ years later, it still holds up. Elle Woods is charming as the lead. The way she embraces her femininity in a rigorous environment leads to many powerful messages.


"The House" (2017): Movie Review

"The House" is a comedy that aired in 2017, written and directed by Andrew Jay Cohen, and starring Will Ferrell. An interesting movie about parents who succumb to bad influence, but it's not for the faint-hearted.


Fantasia 2022: "Popran" Review

A selfish man wakes up one morning to find out that his genitals have literally flown out the window. Now in a race against time, he must retrieve them before he loses them forever. Popran is an absurd comedy that is never quite able to properly capitalize on its crazy concept.


"Marcel the Shell with Shoes On (2022)" Review: A Heartwarming, Stop-Motion Animated Delight

The naive perspective of a tiny, talking shell is extraordinarily heartwarming and Marcel the Shell with Shoes On is one of the year's sweetest and funniest films.


The 10 Best '90s Comedies by Year

The 1990s were filled with many great comedies that filled movie theaters with boisterous laughs. In this article, we look at the highest-rated comedy from each year of the 90s according to IMDb.


"Brian and Charles" (2022) Review: Cinematic Naivety At Its Finest

"Brian and Charles" has to be a contender for the year's most feel-good comedy. Its humor is subtle, but its heart is gigantic. The film is a wholesome adventure that is suitable for the whole family.


Anarchism in Cinema: Anti-Capitalism and Corrupted Authority in "Max Keeble's Big Move" (2001)

Bullies that represent capitalism and the police. A principal who oppresses his students to further his political career. An uprising of tyrannized students to overthrow the powers that be. "Max Keeble's Big Move" is NOT your average family film.


Friday Film Fest: Robert Downey, Jr.

The formerly troubled actor has always delivered exceptional performances, no matter the role


Ranking Judd Apatow Films 1-7

Writer/Director Judd Apatow’s Films Ranked 1-7


Curiously Endearing: "Clerks 2" (2006) Review

A retrospective review of Kevin Smith's "Clerks II."


"Marry Me" (2022) Review: The Good and the Bad

"Marry Me" is a good, entertaining, and romantic movie.


Mia Thermopolis' Top Ten Outfits From "The Princess Diaries" Series

Mia Thermopolis is a beloved Disney icon known for her down-to-earth and relatable nature. In the two films, she undergoes both character and style transformations. Let's take a look at her top ten outfits from "The Princess Diaries" series.


Fantasia 2021: "Frank & Zed" Review

Jesse Blanchard's wonderfully violent, hilarious, and heartwarming puppet horror comedy is gloriously entertaining and worth seeking out if you ever have the opportunity. Easily one of my favorites from Fantasia 2021.


How "Beetlejuice" Aged Like Milk

"Beetlejuice" is a beloved Halloween classic that spawned a cartoon and a musical. But is it aging well?


"The Little Rascals-The ClassicFlix Restorations, Vol. 1" Blu-ray Review

For almost 100 years, audiences have enjoyed the antics of The Little Rascals. Now, ClassicFlix is releasing the films on Blu-ray discs for the first time. Marshall Fish reviews volume one in the series.


"Mandibles" (2021) Review: An Unfunny and Aimless Comedy

The ninth film from Quentin Dupieux, the French filmmaker behind other odd cinematic outings such as "Rubber," "Wrong," and "Deerskin." "Mandibles" attempts to be a quirky comedy, but is mostly just a waste of time.


"Space Jam: A New Legacy": A Decent and Fair Game

"Space Jam: A New Legacy" is a sequel to the 1996 live-action/animated "Space Jam." Though familiar and "controversial," the movie is entertaining.


Why "Ready to Rumble" Deserves a Second Chance

This 2000 film has been panned by critics since its debut, but is the criticism of "Ready to Rumble" fair? Here are some reasons why it deserves a second chance.


Underrated Gems That Are Not Talked About Enough: "Seeking a Friend for the End of the World"

Steve Carell and Keira Knightley tackle the end of the world while trying to get to the people they love. Although this is not a gut-busting comedy, it has a unique story with interesting characters that will leave you inspired, sad, and lonely.


Movie Review: "Bad Trip"

This is a spoiler-free review of "Bad Trip" starring Eric Andre, Lil Rel Howery, Tiffany Haddish, and more! Find out to see if it's worth streaming on Netflix.


"Coming 2 America" (2021): A Very Disappointed Movie Review

"Coming to America" is an undisputed Eddie Murphy/John Landis comedy classic! One that I have loved since I was a kid... Over 30 years later we now finally have a sequel... how does it hold up though? Let's find out!


"Coming to America" (1988): A Funny Fairytale Movie Review

"Coming to America" is a true '80s comedy classic that I've loved since I was a kid. It stars one of my absolute favorite comedic stars of all time. Seeing how its sequel has come out on Amazon Prime, it feels like now is the perfect time to take a look back at the original!


"Tom & Jerry" (2021): A Passable Yet Improved Feat of the Hanna-Barbera Duo

"Tom & Jerry" is a 2021 live-action/animated hybrid film based on the Hanna-Barbera characters of the same name. While it pays respect to the source material with inventive animation and decent laughs, it falls standard with an unoriginal story, basic characters, and questionable direction.


Movie Review: “Locked Down”

This is a non-spoiler review of "Locked Down" starring Chiwetel Ejiofor, Anne Hathaway, Dulé Hill, and more!


Review: “What to Expect When You’re Expecting” (2012)

This is a non-spoiler review of “What to Expect When You’re Expecting” starring Cameron Diaz, Jennifer Lopez, Elizabeth Banks, and more!


"The Big Lebowski" Film Review—The Dividends of Being a Tumbleweed

Let's have a look at "The Big Lebowski,"a modern classic. Somewhere out there the Dude takes it easy for all of us sinners.


"Scooby-Doo" (2002): Scooby's First and Frail Live-Action Flick

"Scooby-Doo" is a 2002 live-action/CGI movie based on the long-running Scooby-Doo franchise. While satirically ambitious with a decent cast, the movie is flawed with a confusing tone, uncanny visual effects, and jokes that range from lazy to uncomfortable for family movie standards.


"Joe Versus the Volcano": A Quirky Fable About Presentism

Joe Versus the Volcano is an interesting but far from perfect movie about acquiescence. Surrender to what is. Only water in disguise.


'Hubie Halloween' (2020) A Sandler-rific Movie Review

Sandler supposedly vowed to make the worst movie of all time if he was snubbed at the Oscars for his performance in 'Uncut Gems'... This definitely isn't the worst movie of all time, or even the worst of his filmography, but he seems to be trying to do terribly again.


Review: "Office Christmas Party" (2016)

This is a non-spoiler review of "Office Christmas Party" starring Jason Bateman, Olivia Munn, T.J. Miller, and more!


"Jesus Shows You the Way to the Highway" (2019) Review

Miguel Llansó's second feature film wears its influences on its sleeve and offers a uniquely bizarre and gloriously imaginative vision that shatters genre expectations.


Movie Review: "Keeping Up with the Joneses"

This is a non-spoiler review of "Keeping Up with the Joneses" starring Zach Galifianakis, Isla Fisher, Jon Hamm, and more!


"Harvey" Ending: Is the Rabbit Real?

Explore whether Harvey the rabbit is imaginary or real in the classic 1950 film "Harvey"!


Movie Review: “Jojo Rabbit”

This is a spoiler-free review of the 2019 film “Jojo Rabbit,” starring Roman Griffin Davis, Thomasin McKenzie, Scarlett Johansson, and more!


"Love Wedding Repeat" Movie Review

Taking cues from romcoms like "Four Weddings and a Funeral," Netflix's "Love Wedding Repeat" ends up being too predictable. Read my full review of the film, which stars Sam Claflin and Olivia Munn.


"Elvira: Mistress of the Dark" (1988) Film Review

Elvira: Mistress of the Dark is a 1988 comedy film directed by James Signorelli. It is the famous horror host's first time starring in her own feature movie, which is kind of meta when you think about it. This is my review of this film.


'Memoirs of an Invisible Man' (1992) A Never Before Seen Movie Review

There's a new 'Invisible Man' movie out! I wonder if it'll be as good as when John Carpenter and Chevy Chase had a go at the material. Let's find out!


Movie Review: "How the Grinch Stole Christmas"

This is a non-spoiler review of "How the Grinch Stole Christmas" starring Jim Carrey, Taylor Momsen, Jeffrey Tambor, and more!


"Always Be My Maybe": A Netflix Rom-Com Perfect for Date Night

Ali Wong and Randall Park bring great chemistry to make a cliched romantic comedy fresh in Netflix's "Always Be My Maybe." Read on for a full review.


Movie Review: “Jumanji: The Next Level”

This is a non-spoiler review of “Jumanji: The Next Level” starring Dwayne Johnson, Kevin Hart, Jack Black, and more!


Movie Review: "Sleeping with Other People"

This is a non-spoiler review of "Sleeping with Other People" starring Alison Brie, Jason Sudeikis, Jason Mantzoukas, and more!