Tag Archives: comedy

Review: Brittany Runs a Marathon

Brittany Runs a Marathon. This Amazon Studios film isn’t hitting all the big theaters nearby so I had to go a bit out of my way, even knowing it’ll end up on Prime sooner rather than later. I know Jillian … Continue reading

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Review: Stuber

Stuber. This is a refreshing movie at this time of year. Most big summer blockbusters have high stakes or are part of massive franchises, so this feels nice, to have a one-off simple comedy. But that being said, does this … Continue reading

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Review: Late Night (2019)

Late Night. Mindy Kaling hasn’t really carried a film like this before, so I was definitely curious going in. She had ensemble roles in both A Wrinkle in Time and Ocean’s Eight, but carrying a comedy like this as the lead is … Continue reading

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Review: The Hustle (2019)

The Hustle. A lot of folks seemed to forget this movie was coming out. Let me tell you if this is a movie you should make a point to go check out or if it’s fine to leave it alone. … Continue reading

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Review: Little (2019)

Little. This movie is taking a couple of big risks. Its two leads are really only tested in television (Issa Rae from Insecure and Marsai Martin from Black-ish), so I’m not sure if this movie has the starpower that might draw … Continue reading

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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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