For a movie based on “an actual lie”, Lulu Wang’s family drama The Farewell ruminates long and hard on the stark truths of loss, grief, family and well-intentioned deception.
Tag: Comedy Films
Will Smith and Martin Lawrence reprise their roles as rebel cops in the long-awaited upcoming sequel, Bad Boys for Life.
Jexi is a mobile phone artificial intelligence that is not afraid to call it how it is in this upcoming comedy film starring Adam Devine.
Taika Waititi writes, directs and plays the imaginary Hitler in his WWII parody, Jojo Rabbit; a movie that’s equal parts inventive and quirky.
Zach Galifianakis takes his popular Funny or Die sketch comedy show on the road in the upcoming Between Two Ferns: The Movie movie for Netflix.
Babyteeth is a bittersweet story about love, life, grief and family that aims to explore the value of enjoying life while you can.
Disney brings back Christmas fun in the trailer for the upcoming film Noelle, starring Anna Kendrick and Bill Hader.
The latest horror-comedy from director Patrick Brice stars Demi Moore as a delusional CEO whose new start-up is struggling to survive.
The Death of Dick Long is an upcoming dark comedy that sees a group of friends from a small town get in over their heads when one of their own dies.
James Franco directs and stars in the trippy film Zeroville, a movie about movies, I think, though can’t say for certain.
Emilia Clarke and Henry Golding star in the new feel-good romantic comedy, Last Christmas, from popular director Paul Feig.
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.