"Why is Woody Allen funny?" It's a common refrain. While there's definitely a fan base for his famous works, his smaller works carry very different styles of humor.
Devoted to Merkin Muffley, the fictional President of the United States portrayed by Peter Sellers in the 1964 Stanley Kubrick film Dr. Strangelove.
A review of "This Is Spinal Tap", a mockumentary / rockumentary starring Rob Reiner, Christopher Guest, Michael McKean and Harry Shearer that follows an over-the-hill heavy metal rock band on tour.
Certain movies have an ability to take the audience to a different time and place. This article focuses on three such movies; One, Two, Three; Young Frankenstein; and Ed Wood.
Mr Bean is a popular comedy TV series played from 1990 to 1995. He has a few movies that he starred in after its success on TV.
These movies like Project X should definitely be on your to-watch list!
Genevieve is a good old-fashioned comedy made in 1953, and centred around the famous London to Brighton car rally. This is the story of two eccentric veteran car owners who participate in the rally in an era when driving was so much less complicated than it is now
Moonstruck features many different types of music. Pop music like That’s Amore from Dean Martin and It Must be Him from Vikki Carr, music from Giacomo Puccini’s opera La Boheme and the score from film composer Dick Hyman....
Review of the comedy The Disaster Artist conceived and birthed by James “James” Franco in a specialized egg sac that looks like James Franco.
Review of the Comedy Central Intelligence starring Dwayne Johnson and Kevin Hart and other films that will make you think you forgot your keys and then you find them in your pocket but you're covered in blood. WHERE DID THE BLOOD COME FROM? You don't know.