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!
This is a non-spoiler review of "Sleeping with Other People" starring Alison Brie, Jason Sudeikis, Jason Mantzoukas, and more!
This is a non-spoiler review of “Tucker & Dale vs. Evil” starring Tyler Labine, Alan Tudyk, Katrina Bowden, and more!
These are some of the most underrated comedies of all time and they deserve more attention than they have received.
Not that it would be advisable at first glance, but if you could somehow cobble together a mash-up of Wes Anderson, Monthy Python, and The Diary of Anne Frank, you might find yourself in the neighborhood of Taika Waititi’s simultaneously whack-a-doo and gut-wrenching Jojo Rabbit. It may indeed ...
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.
After eight years of destroying civilizations, executing armies, and scowling down on creation from high atop a fiery dragon, it’s nice to see Emilia Clarke smile. The Game of Thrones star has re-entered the rom-com world—following up 2016’s Me Before You—with Paul Feig’s laughy-weepie Last ...
The King might not be dead and is actually engaged in a battle with the undead? Now that's what I call a premise! Benjamin Cox looks at a true cult classic, an indie horror comedy that is much better than its low budget suggests.
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.
Downsizing stars Matt Damon and Kristin Wiig. A film about what would happen if, instead of making the world environmentally efficient, we simply shrunk all the people. But does it achieve what it sets out to say?
'Zombieland' is a beloved cult classic. Ten years later we got ourselves a sequel. A good sequel? A bad sequel? A sequel sequel that sequelizes a sequel that sequels more than any other sequel? I don't know, why don't you click yourselves on in here to find out?
An in depth look at the morals (or lack thereof) in two dark comedies, Dr. Strangelove and Pulp Fiction.