Category: Comedy

Total 9 Posts

‘Jojo Rabbit’

“Jojo Rabbit” is the clever Nazi Germany satire from the brilliant mind of Taika Waititi as told through a 10-year-old’s vantage point. The polarizing story recalls Mel Brooks own brand of satire with rich characters supporting a unique comedy that

“Dora and the Lost City of Gold”

“Dora and the Lost City of Gold” takes the animated character and raises the stakes in an all new adventure. The cast is first rate and the jokes are absolute fun. Director James Bobin made the theme, ‘be who you

“The Farewell”

Lulu Wang’s “The Farewell” is as much about celebrating life as it is about finding one’s footing in a crazy world with crazy family members and crazy customs. It is also about the humility in how we face those customs

Dances With Films: “The Sympathy Card”

I am a Romeo at heart and I love rom-coms too. That feels like it should be the opening line on my Tinder profile, or heck, maybe even my Facebook page. Instead, it is a good way to sum up

Review: Crowe’s zany 1989 debut “Say Anything” is lyrical, humorous romance

Nothing spells “doom” like a first crush where life goes from really simple to really complicated in a heartbeat.  Once you’ve gotten over the initial awkward phase and the relationship starts to blossom, “doom” turns to love. In writer-director Cameron

Review: Needham’s classic “Bandit” celebrates 40 years.

Hal Needham’s action-comedy road trip film, Smokey and the Bandit lit up cinema screens in the summer of 1977, leading to the second highest box office take of the year and an Academy Award nomination for editing. Coming in at

Quick Review: “The Boss Baby” by Brian Wallinger

Directed by Tom McGrath and featuring the voice talents of Alec Baldwin and Miles Christoper Bakshi, this animated release offers a unique and original take on the question that, inevitably, every six year-old asks, “Where do babies come from?”  Baldwin’s

REVIEW: ‘Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events’ by Brian Wallinger

From Netflix, Barry Sonnenfeld and Mark Hudis bring us an updated version of the young adult novel series, “A Series of Unfortunate Events,” a story arc of three children and a madman who will stop at nothing to obtain their

Summer Rental

We spend much of our lives trying to provide for our families.  Often, we get so busy, that we miss warning signs of being overworked or stressed.  Other times, we’re just so busy doing what we’re good at, that we