Emilia Clarke and Henry Golding star in the new feel-good romantic comedy, Last Christmas, from popular director Paul Feig.
Tag: Comedy Films
Comedy legend Eddie Murphy has returned to acting after a long hiatus in the upcoming Netflix comedy biopic, Dolemite Is My Name.
The world’s most macabre family, the Addams Family, end up in the suburbs with regular folk in the upcoming self-titled animated film.
Anyone who has travelled with family and friends can attest to the difficulty of resisting the urge of telling someone to shut up. And that is putting it nicely.
Charming and heart might not be the first words you’d consider when thinking of a zombie movie, however, Abe Forsythe’s Little Monsters features them in abundance.
The long-awaited trailer for Ruben Fleischer’s Zombieland: Double Tap has arrived and it looks like it might’ve been worth the wait.
Kiwi director Taika Waititi is back with his signature style in his latest film Jojo Rabbit, an anti-hate satire set in the confines of WWII.
The truly absurd trailer for Jay and Silent Bob Reboot has dropped, featuring what seems like an endless amount of celebrity cameos.
Andrew Lloyd Webber’s world-famous stage musical Cats has received a film adaptation with an all-star cast and features an awkward mix of CGI and live-action.
The King’s Man tells the prequel story of how the ‘Kingsman’ (of the secret service variety) was born, with regular franchise director Matthew Vaughn back at the helm.
If you can separate Dave Bautista from his iconic role as Drax the Destroyer in Guardians of the Galaxy (2014), you’re in for a good time with the new comedy Stuber starring Kumail Nanjiani.
Booksmart is the latest entry into the high school teen-comedy sub-genre and it leaves a mark, but is it good enough to sit alongside the greats?
Rian Johnson’s latest, Knives Out, is a classic whodunnit murder-mystery featuring one of the better ensemble casts devised for a film.