Posts Tagged ‘funny’
The earnest and completely uninventive Australian drama Broken Hill is about Tommy McAlpine (Luke Arnold, an Australian TV star who strongly resembles Adrian Grenier), a teenager who dreams of becoming a composer as he grows up...
After making an unlikely segue from Broadway to Las Vegas, the acclaimed puppet musical Avenue Q finally hits Fort Worth to provide some answers to the question, “What do you do with a B.A. in English?”
Of all people, Mike Myers has lost his mojo.
About halfway through The Love Guru, you might ask yourself a question: Is that the aunt from Family Matters?
A weak lead performance waters down this farce at a best friend’s wedding.
All right, somebody needs to explain the whole Patrick Dempsey thing to me.
Even good chemistry can’t save Baby Mama.
There’s a scene early in Baby Mama where two women – a white-trashy vamp and an upscale VP – watch a dad play baseball with his son on America’s Funniest Home Videos.
A major character may be deceased, but it’s Over Her Dead Body that’s really rotten.
When you encounter hideous misogyny in a movie pitched aggressively at male audiences (like last fall’s Good Luck Chuck), it’s shocking but not necessarily surprising.
A late-night booze run fuels the inspiration for the superb Superbad.
I see it clearly now: 2007 will go down as the year that Seth Rogen arrived.
Ben Kingsley beats the bottle, but his movie loses the war.
Of all the living actors who’ve been knighted by the queen of England, have any of them found their way into more crappy movies than Sir Ben Kingsley?
The pseudonym for songwriter/producer Riyan Kidwell, Cex works from a palette of moody atmospherics; tinny, loud, and occasionally funky drums; and a harmonic swirl of calling-and-responding male and female voices.
We’ve already had a musical version of The Odyssey. Five and a half years ago, the Coen brothers’ O Brother, Where Art Thou? adapted Homer’s epic poem into a vastly enjoyable film set in Depression-era Mississippi, aided ...