Posts Tagged ‘comedy’
"Bad Moms," the second season of "Outlander" and Daniel Radcliffe in the thriller "Imperium" lead this week's new Blu-ray and DVD releases.
An unpleasant comedy that struggles to be dark as it looks at individuals who live in the world of competitive trivia.
A food film that also understands the push & pull, the pains & pleasures, and the insistent call of “the American dream” without speechifying or simplifying.
A Dwayne Johnson-Kevin Hart comedy, Blake Lively versus a shark and the big-screen adaptation of "Warcraft" lead this week's new Blu-ray & DVD releases.
"Neighbors 2," a 25th-anniversary edition of Disney's "Beauty and the Beast" & Val Lewton's "Cat People" Criterion Collection edition lead this week's releases.
Feels like a Martin Scorsese LEGO set, down to a Jonah Hill minifig with articulated middle fingers you can raise. Without him, "War Dogs" would be useless.
Seth Rogen & Evan Goldberg's "Book of Mormon" moment — a marvelously animated, ecumenically equal-opportunity offender with hope, heart, humor, heroism & heft.
"Bad Moms," starring Mila Kunis, Kristen Bell and Kathyrn Hahn is an authentic, absurd and funny movie from the writers of "The Hangover."
One of Jonathan Demme's masterworks — just spiky enough to draw blood and an uncommonly gripping romance about rebellion, reinvention … and maybe redemption.
Melissa McCarthy as "The Boss," Ice Cube back in the "Barbershop" and an early Francis Ford Coppola work lead this week's new Blu-ray and DVD releases.
Although rough around the edges, "Empty Space" is a coming-of-age film that meanders between moments both poignant and funny.
Like a painfully super-sized, emotionally tone-deaf, R-rated episode of “Modern Family,” written by a cantankerous old technophobe insisting on the last word.
"Popstar" tips more sacred cows than it slaughters, but it's also not a satire of the way we live now. It's a wise, wicked satire of the way we leisure now.
A comedy with little on its mind beyond detonating farcical fireworks over a full boat of stars, but it remains one of its form's finest from the last 20 years.