Tag Archives: comedy

Review: What Men Want

What Men Want. In the era of reboots and remakes, every once in a while they can nail it. Something that can be remade and still be unique and worthwhile. I was really hoping that What Men Want can do just … Continue reading

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Review: Second Act

Second Act. Life is looking discouraging for Maya (Jennifer Lopez). She’s passed up for a promotion and her relationship (with Milo Ventimiglia) is on the rocks. She has a strong friendship (with Leah Remini) that is tested when Remini’s son … Continue reading

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Review: Nobody’s Fool

Nobody’s Fool. Tiffany Haddish is making more movies than I thought possible, with several coming out within months of each other. She has a very predictable schtick but that’s what people want. They want crazy, they want over the top. … Continue reading

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Review: Night School

Night School. It was only a matter of time until comedy powerhouses Kevin Hart and Tiffany Haddish came together. Does this combination result in the funniest movie of all time? We’ll see. The gist. Teddy (Kevin Hart) is a high … Continue reading

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Review: Eighth Grade

Eighth Grade. This indie flick from comedian Bo Burnham has just hit wide release and I was very excited to check it out. Burnham is incredibly witty (though often crass) so I was interested in what he could do behind … Continue reading

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Review: The Spy Who Dumped Me

The Spy Who Dumped Me. We’re in need of a good comedy. The closest thing we’ve gotten lately is Ant-Man and the Wasp and The Incredibles. So can this film be an exciting yet hilarious journey for those of us … Continue reading

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Review: Tag (2018)

Tag. There is a surprising drought of good comedies right now, so Tag comes along at just the right time. It’s a bit of a B-list cast but the premise sounded unique, so let’s give it a shot. The gist. … Continue reading

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