Posts Tagged ‘comedy’
 
 
 
 
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Review: “Morris From America” Tells A Complete Story; Albeit At A Slower Pace

In a nutshell, “Morris From America” is a story about the difficulties that come with growing up, and the hardships of being a single parent trying to raise that growing child all by yourself. Add on the fact that M...
 
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Throwback Thursday Review: “Harry and the Hendersons” (1987)

  In the 80s, it didn’t take a lot to make a hit family film. There were a few key elements: 1) A heavy dose of comedy (preferably of the silly/physical variety), 2) A dastardly villain to root against, and 3) A lot ...
 
7.5
 
 
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Throwback Thursday Review: Behind the Mask – The Rise of Leslie Vernon (2006)

A magician never reveals his secrets. Everyone knows this. If anyone finds out how these illusions are done, it ruins everything magicians have worked for; it brings down the curtain and ruins the surprise.  The same is true fo...
 
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Netflix Recommendation: ‘People, Places, Things’ Is Indie Filmmaking At Its Finest

  In ‘People, Places, Things’, Jemaine Clement plays Will: a graphic novelist, a teacher, a father of two young girls, and a heartbroken guy whose girlfriend (and mother to his children) ends up leaving him for...
 
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Review: ‘The Editor’ Is Over the Top Fun

From the opening scene, ‘The Editor’ lets you know what type of movie it is: an over-the-top horror-comedy that has no qualms with gratuitous violence, sex, and the use of over-dubbing. In other words, it’s so...
 
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Throwback Thursday Review: “Can’t Hardly Wait” (1998)

There are very few movies that perfectly depict the decade they were made in, but if you want to watch one that will transport you back to how things were in the 90’s for anyone in Junior High or High school then “C...
 
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Review: “Tex Montana Will Survive!” Didn’t Pack The Punch I Wanted

O. Hannah Films (comprised of Jeremy Gardner, Christian Stella, and Adam Cronheim) released their first film “The Battery” in 2012. Made on a budget of $6,000, the film was a masterpiece in terms of what you can do ...
 
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Review: “Hail, Caesar!” Is A Fine Addition To the Coen Brothers Collection

There are a few things you know you’re always going to get when you start a Coen Brothers film: a rich cast of characters, comedy in the least expected places, and a story that feels familiar but is completely authentic. ...
 
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Throwback Thursday Review: “Road Trip” (2000)

  Back in 2000 (I feel so old saying that), a little movie called “Road Trip” was released. It starred a young, up-and-coming cast featuring Seann William Scott (hot off of his break out role in American Pie), ...
 
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Review: “Dealin’ With Idiots” Feels Like An Incomplete Comedy

Most kids grew up playing some kind of organized sport. For me, my father had me play everything (no doubt trying to find any kind of talent I may have had that wasn’t actually there). Even as a kid, there were adults I j...
 
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