Category: comedy

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 ...

REVIEW: Table 19 (2017)

Six people arrive at a wedding, only to find themselves relegated to a back end table away from family and friends: the fighting married couple of Jerry and Bina Kepp (Craig Robinson and Lisa Kudrow), lustful teenager Renzo Eckberg (Tony Revolori), the bride's childhood nanny June Squibb (Jo Flanagan), family cousin and parolee Walter Thimble ...

REVIEW: Like a Boss (2020)

Mel (Rose Byrne) and Mia (Tiffany Haddish), friends since childhood, operate their own makeup business. With the bills piling up, they likely have six months left before going out of business. When world-famous cosmetics tycoon Claire Luna (Salma Hayek) arrives with an offer of millions in funding, it seems too good to be true - ...

REVIEW: Destination Wedding (2018)

Frank (Keanu Reeves) is reluctantly attending his half-brother's wedding in Paso Robles, California. At the airport he has an unpleasant encounter with Lindsay (Winona Ryder) - who turns out to be Frank's brother's ex-fiancée, and is attending the same wedding. Destination Wedding is a romantic comedy that pairs together Keanu Reeves and Winona Ryder for the ...

REVIEW: Jojo Rabbit (2019)

Johannes "Jojo" Betzler (Roman Griffin Davis) is an enthused 10 year-old member of the Hitler Youth; so dedicated to the Nazi cause that he has Adolf Hitler (Taika Waititi) for an imaginary friend and dreams of showing enough bravery to defend Germany on the front lines. When he discovers his mother (Scarlett Johansson) is hiding ...

REVIEW: The Art of Self-Defense (2019)

Casey (Jesse Eisenberg) is assaulted on the street and grows fearful of his everyday life. To regain control of his courage, he enlists in a local martial arts dojo - only to find its sensei (Allesandro Nivola) governing more and more of his life. The Art of Self-Defense is an absurd comedy written and directed by ...

REVIEW: Zombieland: Double Tap (2019)

It is a decade after we last saw the pseudonymous zombie outbreak survivor Colombus (Jesse Eisenberg) and his travelling companions. Man-child Tallahassee (Woody Harrelson) is busy appointing himself President of the United States. Columbus and Wichita (Emma Stone) are settling uncomfortably into a long-term relationship. Little Rock (Abigail Breslin), now a young adult, is craving ...