A funny trailer has dropped for the upcoming comedy film The Breaker Upperers, brought to us from New Zealand producer/director Taika Waititi.
Tag: Comedy Films
By now you may have heard about the breakout hit Lady Bird, the first motion picture directed by actress/director Greta Gerwig and starring young standout, Saorise Ronan.
The Doc Marten brand got some serious airtime throughout the duration of this film and if there is anything that I have learnt from watching Step Sisters, it’s that if I ever want to start stepping, I need to get myself a pair of those shoes.
I Feel Pretty is the latest comedy film featuring Amy Schumer, one that promotes a positive body image message, with the actor/comedian’s signature style layered on top.
Those, like me, who weren’t alive in the 1970’s won’t remember the heyday of National Lampoon magazine. As a collector of satirical magazines like Mad, and Punch, I’d go so far to suggest that one thing A Futile and Stupid Gesture, the Netflix biopic about Doug Kenney, co-creator and lifeforce behind this Harvard born soft pornographic rag, falling somewhere between Playboy, Mad and the New Yorker in its haphazard content – is that the magazine wasn’t actually very funny.
There is no one who makes me laugh quite so much as Melissa McCarthy and I am excited to see her back on the big screen in all of her hilarious glory in Life of the Party.
Game Night stars Jason Bateman and Rachel McAdams and follows a group of friends that regularly meet up for game night, only to find themselves trying to solve a murder mystery at their most recent… Game night.
The Week Of is a new Netflix Original film that reunites comedy legends Adam Sandler and Chris Rock, in what could be a return to form for Sandler’s comedy movie career.
Swinging Safari is a nostalgic look back at 1970’s Australia that will have you laughing while you reminisce about long forgotten memorabilia/artifacts.
A sad, sad movie with a comic undertone, Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri follows a mother who uses three billboards to challenge the police in her small town, after her daughter is murdered and the culprit never caught.
In ‘news’ that shocked everyone, Danny McBride is apparently starring in a sequel/spin-off to the original Crocodile Dundee films.
You know the feeling; you’re scanning through the endless titles on a streaming service, you’ve been burned before, taking a risk on an unknown Netflix original film. Will it be as ridiculous as Bright? Or good, like, um… I’m sure there was a good Netflix original film we all liked, right? Just can’t think of anything right now is all… Off the top of my head… They’re there though. Surely. Aren’t they? Surely. Sure they are.
Will Arnett and Ludacris lead the upcoming comedy buddy-cop movie Show Dogs, about the crime-solving team-up of a human police detective and his talking, canine partner.