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What happens when comedy goes beyond just jokes and starts taking jabs at other people, places, things, or some such nouns? Satire happens.
A Million Ways to Die in the West Movie Review
This film was hyped up as the next great comedy western by the minds who brought the world Family Guy, Ted, and American Dad. In truth, it was just a comedy western written by the guys who brought us Family Guy, Ted, and American Dad, some of the most polarizing shows released in recent memory.
How to Lose Friends & Alienate People Movie Review
What do you get when you take a wholly unlikeable main character and surround him with even more unlikeable people and have them do things? Well, you get celebrity “journalism,” and all its quid-pro-quo-ing and petty idolization. Gentlemen, get your parody pitchforks ready!
Johnny Dangerously Movie Review
You know that movie you always wanted? That one where the first Batman stars in a gangster movie spoof directed by the woman who directed Clueless and, to complete your wish list, has Joe Piscopo as the bad guy just because? Well look no more, person with exquisite taste, because it’s right here.
Scary Movie 3 Movie Review
Welcome back to Giggleween, our month-long celebration of scary funny movies because the only thing better than a funny movie is when it might just scare the pants off you. Or at least just make fun of the ones that try to, like this week’s movie does.
Thank You For Smoking Movie Review
Satire is break dancing 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.
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Do you want to watch every romantic comedy ever made? Go ahead and give this a watch. It’s a brutally honest and systematically destructive takedown of one of the most predictable genres in movie history, cast mostly with SNL alumni.
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