The characters in Ready or Not play a deadly game of hide and seek and word of warning, this one may not be for the faint of heart.
Tag: Comedy Films
If there’s one franchise nobody wanted to be rebooted, it’s Men in Black. After Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones hit pay dirt with the fun sci-fi themed original in 1997, earning a whopping $589 million at the box office, two horrible sequels followed and quickly put an end to the series.
Silly only in the sense that the premise seems pretty ludicrous, but also because of the film’s tongue-in-cheek tone.
Jesse Eisenberg stars as a timid man wanting to learn the ways of Karate in the new black comedy film, The Art of Self-Defense.
From the director of Bend it Like Beckham (2002) comes the new coming-of-age 80’s set dramedy, Blinded by the Light, featuring the music of Bruce Springsteen.
Always Be My Maybe is an upcoming Netflix romantic-comedy film featuring funny-woman Ali Wong and funny-man Randall Park.
Find out how to kill a zombie in the new restricted trailer for the Jim Jarmusch-directed zombie comedy film The Dead Don’t Die.
Rising star Awkwafina features in the trailer for the heartfelt new dramedy film The Farewell from director Lulu Wang.
Hollywood has yet to recover from the savagery that ensued Sony with the release of Paul Feig’s ‘sheboot’ of Ghostbusters (2016).
Look, I get it. In today’s political climate, you head to the cinema to escape from the saturation of mainstream media and spend a few hours completely oblivious to the dire state of the world. The last thing you want to buy tickets to is another Hollywood US presidency film. But trust me, Long Shot is different.
The Men in Black (MIB) International team are the focus of the new alien action-adventure film from director F. Gary Gray.
Thunder Road started out as a 12-minute Sundance Festival short and has morphed into an hour-and-a-half character study of this square-jawed policeman singing, dancing and weeping his way through his mother’s eulogy.
‘Ola De Crimenes’ (Crime Wave) throws you straight into the rollicking, over-the-top absurdity of Spanish comedy.
Little is a film with a big heart. Young girls are going to love this fun, energetic and well-produced comedy and the adults accompanying them to the cinema will definitely get a kick out of it as well.