I will always regard 2012 as a great year for writers, as far as the cinema was concerned.
Tag: Comedy Films
“How the heck did this get made?” you may be asking in the cinema with hand placed against your bored frumpy face. For Hollywood magician Nancy Meyers, it’s her simple trick of money, nepotism, and vacations written off as a movie.
Renowned comedian Louis C.K. returns to the director’s chair for the second time with his film I Love You, Daddy – a film that may hit a bit too close to home in the current period of Hollywood scandals.
Cult hero Tommy Wiseau stars in this hilarious video for American fashion chain Urban Outfitters, and it highlights his eccentricities perfectly.
Take one sketchy Australian film industry, raise two expected mental health archetypes, then toss them all into one safe indie motion picture. It seems impossible to impress. But what if it works?
Melbourne fans we have 10 double passes available to give away to a preview screening of the upcoming quirky crime-comedy film Suburbicon, written by the Coen Brothers.
Cena is joined by Leslie Mann and Ike Barinholtz in the lead roles of this upcoming juvenile comedy from Kay Cannon, the writer of the Pitch Perfect film series.
Elle Fanning reunites with her The Beguiled co-star Nicole Kidman in the upcoming How to Talk to Girls at Parties, based on the writings of Neil Gaiman.
Father Figures sees the pairing of Owen Wilson and Ed Helms, as they go on a journey to seek out their biological father, with hilarious consequences.
When the Kingsman come under attack, they must unite with their American counterparts, the Statesmen, in order to defeat a common enemy.
Wes Anderson returns with his latest stop-motion animated feature Isle of Dogs, an homage to Japanese cinema with the director’s signature style.
As part of the promotion for The LEGO Ninjago Movie, UFC Champion Rob Whittaker gives NRL legend Lote Tuqiri a karate lesson.
Kicks & Bricks – Making the LEGO NINJAGO is a new video featurette for the upcoming animated feature set in the LEGO movie universe.