Category: comedy

REVIEW: Sunshine Family (2019)

A family of Filipino immigrants living in Seoul have their lives thrown into disarray when their father Don (Nonie Buencamino) hits and kills a pedestrian while driving home. While Don angsts over whether or not to give himself up to police, and with a nosy neighbour (Park Se-jin) poking her nose into the family's business, ...

REVIEW: Hit Me Anyone One More Time! (2019)

Keisuke Korada (Kiichi Nakai) is Japan’s all-time least popular Prime Minister. Coarse, corrupt, foul-mouthed, and sexist, his antagonistic behaviour and punitive policies have delivered him the ire of the Japanese people and an approval rating of 2.3%. When a protester hits him in the head with a rock, he is rushed to hospital - only ...

REVIEW: Downhill (2020)

Billie (Julia Louis-Dreyfus) and Pete Staunton (Will Ferrell) take a vacation with their two sons to an Austrian ski resort. When an avalanche threatens to kill them over lunch, Pete runs - leaving his wife and children behind, and opening up an emotional rift in their relationship. Downhill, the first feature from Disney's newly acquired ...

REVIEW: La Belle Époque (2019)

Victor (Daniel Auteuil) is a retired comic book creator in his 60s. When his wife (Fanny Ardant) demands a divorce, he takes up the offer to participate in an exclusive performative experience in which a team of technicians and actors recreate the historical setting of his choosing. Most clients select famous periods of French history; ...

REVIEW: Radio Days (1987)

A man named Joe reminisces on his childhood in the early 1940s, when his extended family lived together in Rockaway Beach and radio was the king of American culture. In a series of anecdotes he recalls both the famous incidents of the local radio empire as well as his own young self (Seth Green) growing ...