Entries tagged with “comedy”.

Mobsters with some issues trying to play it straight and keep a low profile. Who thought that was a good idea? The full review is at buzzymag.

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The Family is a dark comedic slice-of-life film about a not-so-ordinary family in extraordinary circumstances.

They’re a family that takes nothin’ from nobody, in the finest mob tradition, as seen through the filter of European eyes, played absolutely over-the-top for maximum silliness.

Lots of chase scenes are at the heart of Hit and Run, a movie trying to decide whether it’s action/adventure, comedy, or romance. Read my review at buzzymag.

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This movie is at its best when real-life couple Dax Shepard and Kristen Bell are simply bantering back and forth–they can be adorable on screen. But their onscreen relationship issues are tough to believe.

It’s vulgar, it’s funny, it’s goofy, it’s a good time. Read my review of the guilty pleasure that is new movie The Watch at buzzymag.com..

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The Watch is four different movies in one: it’s a funny, awkward buddy movie, a sci-fi alien invasion movie, a scary suspense movie, and a high-action shoot ’em up. All feature the same characters, and have nothing in common other than the utter goofiness.

Seth MacFarlane’s comedy Ted, about a boy who wishes his Teddy Bear to life, opened to primarily male audiences, with a pre-made fanbase of “Family Guy” fanatics. Intellectual it’s not. Find out what I thought in my review at buzzymag.

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Basically, the entire movie feels like one big inside joke–not two minutes go by without another pop culture reference.