Category: Comedy

Total 27 Posts

Sundance 2023: ‘You Hurt My Feelings’- Film Review

Since her debut film, 1996’s “Walking and Talking”, Nicole Holofcener has been one of Independent Cinema’s most interesting writer/directors. This year’s Sundance entry “You Hurt My Feelings” is further proof of her talents. In her latest film, Holofcener looks at

Sundance 2023: Aliens Abducted My Parents And Now I Feel Kinda Left Out

Sundance 2023 Kid’s Selection “Aliens Abducted My Parents and Now I Feel Kinda Left Out”   Holding the honor of having the best movie title of this year’s Sundance Film Festival, “Aliens Abducted My Parents and Now I Feel Kinda

‘Weird: The Al Yankovic Story’- Film Review: The Biopic As Parody

“Weird: The Al Yankovic Story” does the right thing in presenting the life and career of Weird Al Yankovic. It sets out to deviate from the standard biopic and plays everything as farce. Yankovic’s life is void of the “rise

‘Triangle of Sadness’- Film Review: Too-Obvious Class Structure Satire

Parodying the smug bourgeois and their superior personalities is nothing new. Buñuel did it best in many films. Pier Paolo Pasolini tried but became a parody of himself. Ruben Östlund’s Palme d’Or winner “Triangle of Sadness” is a cinematic cocktail

Film Review: ‘The Munsters’- Rob Zombie’s First Live-Action Comedy

Rob Zombie’s remake of “The Munsters” is the strangest of messes. It is a film directed by a man who claims the original is an important influence, yet the existing product fails to show the reverence one would expect. While

‘Luck’- Film Review

Back in 1983, I was a big fan of the song “Lucky Star” by a new singer named Madonna. After seeing the first Skydance Animation release, “Luck”, I never want to listen to the song again, as the film has

‘Official Competition’ Film Review: The Madness And Egos Of Filmmakers

When discussing the “Art” of the filmmaking craft, directors and actors can either be inspiring and informative, or speak as if their heads are too far up their self-important asses. Mariano Cohn and Gastón Duprat’s “Official Competition” tackles both types

“The Bob’s Burgers Movie” Film Review: One Of The Funniest Films In Years

Immensely enjoyable and one of the funniest comedies to hit theaters in years, “The Bob’s Burgers Movie” does right by its characters and its audience. When television shows make the leap to the big screen, they fall prey to the

‘Everything Everywhere All At Once’ Film Review: Excellence In Every Moment

When I left the screening of the new film “Everything Everywhere All at Once”, I held two truths to be self-evident. One was that Michelle Yeoh will always be an absolute a legend as an actress and Martial Artist. Every

‘Rifkin’s Festival’ Review: Woody Allen’s Lighter Philosophical Side

Have we lived a good life? Did our deeds live up to our potential? And what of love? Are we with the person that will feed our heart and soul? In “Rifkin’s Festival”, Woody Allen returns to the themes that