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.
Since its release on April 30, 2004, the American teen comedy Mean Girls has become a beloved cult classic among fans everywhere. In honor of the film's upcoming 15th anniversary, let's take a look at 24 super fetch facts that you might not know.
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.
Bollywood goes zombie invasion. Well, it's a comedy and while I enjoy zombie comedy, it's not that easy to do right. This one is often a miss, although I do like the Goa setting, including a beach run.
Not that long ago, Charlize Theron was lean, mean, and jumping off balconies in 2017’s stellar Atomic Blonde. Now ten months (and fifty pounds) later, the doughy and frumpy incarnation—as pushed-to-the-edge mom Marlo in Jason Reitman’s Tully—is just as riveting. And the transformation is as ...
They're back. Johnny Knoxville and his dumb buddies return for another dose of immaturity, practical jokes, hidden cameras, and insane antics. Benjamin Cox wears a cup for this one.
The film which came to define American teen movies, this over-cooked blend of sex farce and high-school comedy has dated as well as an actual apple pie. Benjamin Cox isn't too fond of this recipe.
Click here for 10 movies like/similar to Superbad. These films are all realted to Superbad in some way. Even if it is just because they are funny experiences of teenagers!
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!
This is a non-spoiler review of “Holmes & Watson” starring Will Ferrell, John C. Reilly, Ralph Fiennes, and more!
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.
Mel Brooks' beloved western spoof remains as popular as it ever was, becoming one of his most cherished pictures. Benjamin Cox puts down the beans and never gives a film an even break!
What do you get when you create a film that is 98% comedy, 68% action, 30% awkward, and 4% respectful of the original? A brainless action-adventure with little heart that will attract the new gen.
Grace Manning is a 20-something alcoholic that was left in charge as a toy company's C.E.O. But when she makes the naive decision to discontinue the "Eve" doll, her own "Eve" doll comes to life in order to teach her the error of her ways and save the "Eve" doll toy line!
Nothing to do with Danny DeVito or Jimmy Fallon but a French buddy-cop film with a strong comedic twist. Benjamin Cox crosses the Channel to see what the French have cooked up this time.
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...
The Ghostbusters franchise has had an awesome life. There have been 3 movies, two TV series, and a bunch of comic book series. But there are a few things that I need answers to, and I don't know who to call.
Seasonal rom-com alert! With Christmas fast approaching, don't be surprised to see this vapid chick flick popping up in the schedules soon. Benjamin Cox reaches for the bucket.
This is a non-spoiler review of “The Week Of” starring Adam Sandler, Chris Rock, Steve Buscemi, and more!
This is a non-spoiler review of “Instant Family” starring Mark Wahlberg, Rose Byrne, Isabela Moner, and more!
These days, addiction, more specifically internet addiction, are hot topics. Young mens brains are being rewired by high speed internet porn. This results in unrealistic views on sex, women, and, in some cases, serious compulsive behavior. Don Jon incorporates some of these problems.
Did you love the raunchy "American Pie" series? Well, if you're still hungry, check out these 10 hilarious movies!
As forgettable as every other recent McCarthy movie (Spy and The Heat excluded), The Boss is a tired mess, completely squandering her talents. And it wastes no time in taking down Kristen Bell, too.
Sometimes you love a movie so much, you overlook the blemishes. In BTTF ("Back to the Future") there are a couple of scenes that come across funny and awful at the same time. You'llllll see!
The Jackass boys returned for what would become their final big-screen outing for their trademark brand of stunts, pranks and obscenities. Benjamin Cox finds the experience a bit repetitive.
Literature's most famous single lady burst onto the big screen in an all-star rom-com. But is it worth bothering with, especially if you're a middle-aged and overweight and male film critic? Benjamin Cox grabs a bottle of chardonnay and finds out.
A jaded cop and his wife head abroad for the honeymoon they've always wanted. After an impromptu invitation abroad a millionaire's cruise ship, they're framed for crimes they didn't commit.
The inner zombie of adulthood. Shaun of the Dead is one of my favorite zombie comedy movies of all time. Excellent dry British humor, social criticism and zombie fun.
This is a non-spoiler review of “Ocean’s 8” starring Sandra Bullock, Cate Blanchett, Anne Hathaway, and more!
The Max Winkler directed R-rated comedic drama stars Zoey Deutch and is now playing in theaters. The film also stars Dylan Gelula, Maya Eshet, Joey Morgan, Kathryn Hahn, Tim Heidecker, Adam Scott, and Eric Edelstein.
This is a non-spoiler review of “Daddy’s Home 2” starring Will Ferrell, Mark Wahlberg, John Lithgow, and more!
A film so beloved that its title has since passed into popular folklore, even being added to the Oxford English Dictionary. Benjamin Cox looks back at a movie that he's happy to relive over and over again.
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.
Keeping Up with the Joneses is like a mentally challenged man who manages to stumble into the broom closet and miraculously emerges on a unicycle while juggling chainsaws.
Seth Rogen and Charlize Theron first started talking about what would eventually become Long Shot five years ago, hoping to make a contemporary and relevant rom-com with its toes dipped in the political pool. But the more bonkers the real-world political landscape became, the harder it was for the..
This is a non-spoiler review of “Isn’t It Romantic” starring Rebel Wilson, Adam Devine, Liam Hemsworth, and more!
For a while, this rom-com came to symbolise the rebirth of the British film industry after many years in the doldrums. Benjamin Cox looks back at a modern classic and wonders if it still cuts the mustard today.
It seems a long time ago that Johnny Knoxville and his buddies kept late-night MTV viewers entertained. Benjamin Cox assesses whether such antics work on a big screen and with a big budget.
On March 31, 1999, the teen comedy drama 10 Things I Hate About You hit theaters and would go on to become a beloved cult classic. The film would help propel the careers of many of its young stars, including Heath Ledger, Julia Stiles and Joseph-Gordon Levitt. Here are some facts about the hit film.
Pete and Ellie are a loving couple that one day decide to take on the responsibility of fostering three children, soon realizing that it's not quite as easy as they thought it would be.
Possibly the worst American remake of a French film ever, this movie is about as funny as falling down stairs. Despite talented performers, the film is an absolute car crash with no survivors. Benjamin Cox calls the police.
This is a non-spoiler review of “Father Figures” starring Owen Wilson, Ed Helms, Glenn Close, and more!
One of my favorite romantic-comedies ever, only surpassed on my list perhaps by “When Harry met Sally” Here are the reasons why you should give it a chance.
Continuing his trek through the best Christmas movies available, Benjamin Cox looks back at an accidental Christmas classic. After all, it's all about...
Take one beloved kids' TV show from the Eighties, make a movie and print money. Easy, right? Well, you might think so - Benjamin Cox finds his heart sinking as this bumbled adaptation falls flat.
If you woke up one day and discovered you were the only person in the world who knew the song “She Loves You”, was familiar with the name John Lennon, and had ever used the “the long and winding road” in conversation, what would you do? Now, imagine (pun intended), you are Jack Malik ...
Baywatch returns after a nearly three decade absence. Not even Dwayne Johnson and Zac Efron trying to out-beefcake one another can save this decomposing beached whale of a film.
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.
Though far from being the first spoof film, Airplane! went on to become one of its very best examples. Looks like Benjamin Cox picked the wrong time to quit writing articles!
This is a non-spoiler review of “Game Night” starring Jason Bateman, Rachel McAdans, Kyle Chandler, and more!
Comedy and deception? It happens all the time on the Big Screen. Not all movie laughs come without a price to society.
To satisfy his nagging parents, a gay landlord and a female tenant agree to a marriage of convenience, but his parents arrive to visit and things get out of hand—IMDB. 3/5.
Long before Christian Grey and his fifty shades, E. Edward Grey was a pioneer in the celluloid field of work-based S&M. Benjamin Cox looks at a provocative indie drama that doesn't rely on exploitation.
With the sequel currently pulling in audiences, Benjamin Cox looks back at the original with something of a shudder. But on reflection, you can at least thank them for the music.
Breaking news: Will Ferrell's news-based comedy is a real blast of supreme silliness! Benjamin Cox talks to us live now from the scene...
This is a non-spoiler review of “The Ridiculous 6” starring Adam Sandler, Terry Crews, Jorge Garcia, and more!
This is a non-spoiler review of “A Bad Moms Christmas” starring Mila Kunis, Kristen Bell, Kathryn Hahn, and more!
Crimes and Misdemeanors is one of Woody Allen's best movies. If you're a fan of his typical drama with some comedic flair, you should watch it. Overall, I'm not the biggest fan of the neurotic director.
When a 17 year old girl sneaks out to have some fun with college boys, Madea isn't having it, so the collegians decide to scare Madea and her friends half to death, on Halloween night.
This is a non-spoiler review of “Blockers” starring Leslie Mann, John Cena, Ike Barinholtz, and more!
2018 is a very great year for romantic comedy movies on Netflix. A number of these movies made wave this past year and dominated the screens of the modern day audiences. Today, I'm listing down 5 of the best and most talked about teen and young-adult rom-com Netflix movies of 2018.
This is a non-spoiler review of “Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle” starring Dwayne Johnson, Karen Gillan, Kevin Hart, and more!
Adam McKay's idiotic comedy starring Will Ferrell, Christina Applegate, Paul Rudd, Steve Karell, David Koechner is just as dumb as it was when it hit theaters 14 years ago, but its one-liners are also just as epic. It's like Dumb and Dumber, but with more Sex Panther.
Kevin Hart sets records, as he takes his latest comedy tour to Philadelphia, where he plays to a sold out crowd in an at-capacity football stadium. Come witness Kevin's latest stand up comedy act.
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!
Simon Pegg and Nick Frost team up once again to go alien hunting in the US. But with Seth Rogen along for the ride, is the film as good as it should be? Benjamin Cox dumps his tin-foil hat for a closer look.
Mel Brooks is a comedy legend with dozens of films under his belt. But how does each film compare to the others?
James and Dave Franco fuel the fires of fandom for The Room with an excellent comedy centered on Greg Sestero and Tommy Wiseau, bad actors in a bad movie, but a great source for this good one.
I did enjoy 'I Feel Pretty' for what it was, a fun, not-too-serious, romantic comedy. It was easy to engage in and Amy Schumer did a great job playing the role she was cast in.
Isn't it a shame that some of the best have been forgotten? First on the list, we bring you June Bride, which is not the cliched, trite sort of story that the title might convey. Would Bette Davis, the acknowledged First Lady of Hollywood, have...
Are you looking for movies similar to 'American Pie'? You've come to the right spot. Let's take a look at some of the similar movies you'd like.
Despite what comes out of their mouth—and, occasionally, what goes in it—the trio of sixth-graders in director and co-writer Gene Stupnitsky’s Good Boys (produced under Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg’s Point Grey Pictures banner) actually are...
Jim Carrey blasted into stardom after this goofball comedy, which hasn't dated as well as you might think. Benjamin Cox decks himself out in Dolphins gear (he's a fan) and investigates for himself.
Hollywood's greatest musical is a powerhouse of a picture full of fun, colour, joy and song. Benjamin Cox has a smile on his face.
Atkinson stops goofing around long enough to return to his bumbling secret agent character. But is it an improvement on the original? Benjamin Cox has written this review for your eyes only.
By trusting the talented cast to carry the humor through their characters' personalities and quirks, and drawing connections between the investigation at the center of the film and current events, Spike Lee has created a film that manages to be entertaining, tragic, and rousing.
Back in 2007, Ryan Gosling made weird and unusual captivating and delightful in one of Craig Gillespie's first films as a director. Sometimes all you need to overcome your introverted personality is a sex doll with a heart of gold.
The Pythons bring their surrealist humour to the legend of King Arthur and the results are truly low budget. However, for Benjamin Cox, this could be one of the funniest films he ever seen.
The good thing about an 11 hour flight is the opportunity to catch up on films you've already missed such as this captivating period comedy-drama. Benjamin Cox delves into this award-winning and unusual film and orders the chicken.
In 1986's "Hamburger: The Motion Picture," Russell needs to earn a college degree to receive his inheritance. When he enrolls at Buster Burger U., a fast-food training school, hilarity ensues!
Cockneys, criminals and comedy - oh my! Benjamin Cox revisits a modern British classic and wonders why Ritchie hasn't produced anything as good ever since.
The classic Eighties comedy gets Benjamin Cox's critical eye cast over it. Does it stand up to such scrutiny or is it as much fun as changing a nappy? The answers lie here.
This is the part where I usually include a plot synopsis of the film. Too bad there is no plot. This is Will Ferrell and John C. Reilly dressed up as Sherlock Holmes and John Watson while they perform endless sophomoric adlibbing, scream violently at the top of their lungs, and poor physical comedy.
One of the seminal movies of the eighties remains an engrossing and entertaining watch despite some less-than-stellar sequels and reboots. Who you gonna call? Benjamin Cox, of course!
This is a non-spoiler review of “Wilson” starring Woody Harrelson, Laura Dern, Judy Greer, and more!
Finally finding a signature movie role, Rowan Atkinson's spy spoof is definitely the best movie ever... based on a credit card commercial. Benjamin Cox explains.
British cockney zombie slashing humor. I expected better, it's ok for a zombie movie, but it only touches the heals of classics like Shaun of the Dead.
Although still in his thirties, Benjamin Cox has enough grey hairs to justify seeing this bright and unusual picture with the cream of British talent.
These movies like "The First Time" will remind you that sometimes, you'll find true love when you least expect it.
Tom Hanks & Meg Ryan reunite in this modern romantic comedy but nobody told them how quickly technology moves on. Benjamin Cox prepares to boot up.
Kumail Nanjiani and Zoe Kazan star in this hilarious but thoroughly engaging romantic comedy, putting a spotlight on the challenges of not only interracial relationships, but human relationships.
Refining what he thought a bad film was, Benjamin Cox reluctantly looks back at one of the worst British films he's ever had to endure. This is why reviewing films, sometimes, sucks!
Anyone up for a raucous night out with lots of sassy ladies? Frankly, Benjamin Cox prefers a quiet night with his wife down the pub.
Leslie Nielsen enjoyed a career revival after 'Airplane!' and he returned as bumbling Frank Drebin in the first of three films based on a short-lived sit-com. Benjamin Cox is laughing all the way.
This is a non-spoiler review of “The Hustle” starring Rebel Wilson, Anne Hathaway, Alex Sharp, and more!
My take on Danny Boyle's movie about The Beatles and what would happen if everyone except a few people forgot their music and legacy.
The second part of the so-called Three Flavours Cornetto trilogy, this film takes every action cliché in history and relocates to sleepy Somerset. Time for Benjamin Cox to get real!
It's exactly what you'd expect of a film featuring Kevin Hart and The Rock. It's not amazing, but it is good, and it's hard to ask for more from a film like this.
This is a non-spoiler review of “The Happytime Murders” starring Bill Barretta, Melissa McCarthy, Elizabeth Banks, and more!
This is a non-spoiler review of “The Little Hours” starring Alison Brie, Dave Franco, Aubrey Plaza, and more!
Another film from the Eighties featuring robots coming to life but no sign of Arnold Schwarzenegger here. Benjamin Cox revisits his childhood and discovers that nothing ages quite like technology.
Hard to imagine these days but there was a time when Mike Myers had the world at his feet. Benjamin Cox takes a look back at the debut of his most successful character by far. Baby!
In the late 80s, Shane Black hit it big with the screenplays for the first two Lethal Weapon movies. But then he went and followed them up with The Last Boy Scout, Last Action Hero...
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.
Bill Watterson's quirky, fantastic, and incredible adventure comedy is now available on VOD. If you feel like cinema has been lacking in creativity as of late, this is the type of film to turn to.
This is a non-spoiler review of “Crazy Rich Asians” starring Constance Wu, Henry Golding, Michelle Yeoh, and more!
An in depth look at the morals (or lack thereof) in two dark comedies, Dr. Strangelove and Pulp Fiction.
Two mobsters meet and form an intimate connection, in this incredible, heartwarming, awe-inspiring love story for the ages.
Not content with spoofing westerns, Mel Brooks turned his attention to classic horror with this parody film from 1974. But is this his best picture? Benjamin Cox throws the switch and gets electrocuted.
This is a non-spoiler review of “Pitch Perfect 3” starring Anna Kendrick, Rebel Wilson, Brittany Snow, and more!
“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.”
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.
This is a non-spoiler review of “Murder Mystery” starring Adam Sandler, Jennifer Aniston, Luke Evans, and more!
Is it right for successful Hollywood stars to mock a film created by misguided amateurs? Even if that film is 'The Room'? Benjamin Cox embarks on a moral odyssey.
This is a non-spoiler review of “The Ballad of Buster Scruggs” starring Tim Blake Nelson, James Franco, Liam Neeson, and more!
The "difficult second album" from Zucker, Abrahams & Zucker had a lot to live up to. Benjamin Cox looks at a film that has been overshadowed by genuine spoof classics and thinks this film deserves more.
Rafe prepares to start his new life at a new school, but he's harassed by a school principal that cares more about rules that suit his interests than the students. Now, it's time to break some rules.
An analysis of how True Romance subverts the conventions of the road movie genre as a postmodern cinematic classic.
The creators of 'South Park' bring us an action comedy that has as much to say about celebrity culture and US politics as it has laughs. Benjamin Cox gets ready to rock.
Here Comes the Boom is a dumb movie that gets enough benefit from it's good points to overcome it's flaws and also be an entertaining movie. Fans of Henry Winkler and/or sports movies should enjoy it.
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?
Romantic comedies will always hold a special place in our hearts. Many of these films have become beloved classics that we can't help but watch again and again. Let's take a look at some fun facts about the most iconic romantic comedies.
Vincent Price. Boris Karloff. Peter Lorre. Basil Rathbone. Not names generally known for comedy, but they still produce laughs in this morbid dark comedy from 1964.
You better watch out... Benjamin Cox brings you a festive warning about not just the worst Christmas film of all time but a possible contender for the worst film ever. A vegan nut roast is more appealing than this Christmas turkey!
How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days is a movie that provides a perfect template for analyzing the current social perception on women.
This is a non-spoiler review of “The Big Sick” starring Kumail Nanjiani, Zoe Kazan, Holly Hunter, and more!
On the eve of their high school graduation, two academic superstars and best friends realize they should have worked less and played more. Determined not to fall short of their peers, the girls try to cram four years of fun into one night.
This is a non-spoiler review of “Stuber” starring Dave Bautista, Kumail Nanjiani, Natalie Morales, and more!
Steven Soderbergh's triumphant return to feature film directing is set in the country and throws a group of hillbillies into a bank vault heist during a Nascar race. That's right, America!
George Bernard Shaw is credited with the pithy adage: “We don't stop playing because we grow old, we grow old because we stop playing.” Ironically, it’s that saying that grows old throughout the duration of Jeff Tomsic’s Tag; it’s repeated over and over again like some kind of cheesy playground ...
Are you ready to laugh and cry and maybe contemplate your existence a little? The best comedies of 2011 have been compiled in one place for your scrolling pleasure. So what are you waiting for? Get watching!
Spike Lee's retelling of Ron Stallworth's 1979 infiltration into the KKK is intriguing from start to finish and leaves plenty to contemplate in how it relates to the events of today.
A sunny and very handsome trip back to the late nineties in a high school is an unlikely setting for a Shakespearean comedy but it kinda works, for the most part. Benjamin Cox enters stage left and takes a bow.
Hollywood's A-list gathers for the smoothest, slinkiest heist movie you'll ever see. Benjamin Cox studies the odds and puts it all on red.
Did you ever think you'd be laughing out loud and feeling sympathetic towards Tonya Harding 23 years later? I, Tonya does just that and it should be playing in most theaters now.
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).
Maggie Smith moves further away from Hogwarts and into the role of a very strange woman indeed. Benjamin Cox settles down to enjoy a well-acted comic drama from the pen of Alan Bennett.
This is a non-spoiler review of “The Disaster Artist” starring James Franco, Dave Franco, Ari Graynor, and more!
Natalie wakes up inside of a world straight out of a romantic comedy with everyone in her life playing the stereotypical supporting cast as she must find love in order to escape back into her own reality.
Pythons Cleese and Palin reunite to deliver a delightfully old-fashioned crime caper that benefits from a sublime cast and an experienced director. Benjamin Cox dips his toe in the water to see what's what.
Swimming with Sharks is a 1994 black comedy that received mostly positive reviews upon its release. However, according to Internet forums, many viewers remain divided about the film's ending.
Home Alone is the most successful Christmas-themed movie of all time, grossing a massive $476.7 million on an $18 million budget. In honor of the Christmas season being upon us, let's take a look at some zany facts about the beloved Christmas staple.
Sometimes, you gotta hold your hands up and admit you were surprised. Benjamin Cox does just that with this gem of an action comedy that isn't big or clever but a whole lotta fun.
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.
If you are looking for an off-kilter kind of fun Christmas film, then then this one is most assuredly up your ally.
Another Christmas movie? Anyone would think the holidays are around the corner at this rate! Anyway, Benjamin Cox locks away his Micro Machines and looks back at this modern cult classic.
A film about stripping steel workers made a huge impact when it first popped up in 1997. But does it still stand up or has it gone a bit flaccid? Benjamin Cox tries really hard to avoid "knob" puns.
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.
In my history classes, I have students do a written assignment in which they historically evaluate a feature film that relates to class material. In other words, they must distinguish historically valuable information in the movie from material that...
Kiss Kiss Bang Bang has Shane Black in the director's chair for the first time combining noir and comedy like no one else can. With memorable and hysterical performances from both Robert Downey Jr and Val Kilmer, Kiss Kiss Bang Bang has not only aged well but is still one of Black's best films.
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...
It's the most wonderful time of the year! Christmas! Unless you're reading this in summer - in which case, Benjamin Cox regrets reviewing a festive flick when the weather's sunny. Sorry!
With same-sex teen dramas on the rise, how romantic was the new Netflix Original 'Alex Strangelove' and did it measure up to the rising quality of this new and popular film genre?
This is a non-spoiler review of "Home Again" starring Reese Witherspoon, Michael Sheen, Nat Wolff, and more!
The Man Who Killed Don Quixote had a one night special theatrical screening via Fathom Events on April 10, 2019. It just finished a one-week run at a local Alamo Drafthouse. It's now available to rent streaming via Amazon Prime, YouTube, Google Play, and Vudu.
Starring Jacob Tremblay, Brady Noon, and Keith L. Williams, Good Boys is an absurd R-rated comedy that gives a tween perspective on adult topics. Unfortunately, the world isn't any funnier because of their input. This a comedic formula you've seen done many times before.
Boots Riley has delivered one of the most original comedies of the year. Starring Lakeith Stanfield, Tessa Thompson, and Jermaine Fowler, Sorry to Bother You is an unusually brilliant comedy that is unlike anything you've ever seen.
2006's The Holiday is a sweet romantic comedy with an all-star cast including Cameron Diaz, Kate Winslet, Jude Law and Jack Black. When Christmas comes around, the film continues to become a beloved holiday staple. Here are 24 heart-warming facts about The Holiday.