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Murder By Death Movie Review
Neil Simon's send-up of murder mystery movies and novels is corny and bitingly funny at the same time. An all-star cast including Peter Falk, Peter Sellers, and Maggie Smith makes for a fun time for anyone wanting a little escape from the heaviness of other genres.
Oh Brother Where Art Thou Movie Review
A classic retelling of an epic heroic tale, complete with banjos, beards, and one-eyed John Goodmans. George Clooney and an ensemble cast knock this one out of the park and leave you rolling in the aisles. By aisles, I mean your sofa and/or floor.
Rik Mayall - A Memorial
A piece commemorating the wacky and raucous comedic stylings of Rik Mayall. An incredibly talented and gifted British comedian with boundless energy and attitude. His death this Monday sent shock waves throughout the comedy community.
Sharknado Movie Review (Yep.)
Picture this: the biggest hurricane in existence is coming to Los Angeles (for some reason that defies meteorological logic). On its own, it will cause untold damage. But in its trip across the Pacific, it has sucked up an untold amount of deadly sharks (???) on the way. I wish I was kidding.
Shaun of the Dead Movie Review
What would a modern-day zombie apocalypse look like from the average Joe’s perspective? Turns out, it’s a bit less heroic and a bit more practical than other movies would have you think. This new Giggleween classic is a relentless blend of humor and gore, and is worth seeing at least twice.
Slapstick Comedy - A second-by-second breakdown
If ballet dancing is the most elegant form of physical expression, then slapstick comedy has been given an ill-fitting reputation as its beer-swilling knucklehead cousin no everyone turns their nose up at. Here's why you shouldn't.
Spaceballs Movie Review
The biggest-grossing box office hit Mel Brooks has had to date is, surprisingly enough, not his best. However, it co-starred Joan Rivers in a rather hilarious performance, and deserves to be mentioned regardless. Take a look at what happens when the master of satire goes Sci-Fi.
Thank You For Smoking Movie Review
Satire is breakdancing of humor: everyone thinks they can do it, but only a few do it well. Thankfully, for all the “satire” movie equivalents of drunk white dudes trying to do the robot, we have movies like Thank You for Smoking, which serve those poser films with its funky fresh moves.
The Birdcage Movie Review
The Birdcage is the tale of an engagement bringing about ridiculous circumstances when two families with completely opposed beliefs and values meet each other for the first time. A hilarious addition to any movie night, just use discretion when involving the kids.
Top 5 Kevin Smith Movies
An incredibly popular movie director in the late ‘90s and early 2000s, Kevin Smith found a way to write, direct, and produce funny movies that not only paid tribute his roots, but had an intellectual and clever spin that was far from the norm for comedies of the day.
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