This series hates animals. Molesting a tiger in the first, getting a monkey addicted to cigarettes in the second, and slaughtering a giraffe in the opening of Hangover III, no one is beacon of animal sensitivity in thes...
Everyone involved is an equal opportunity, self-important idiot. It's glorious.
Bright carries some of the twisted holiday spirit but muddles itself with meager pacing and sour personalities.
It becomes a menagerie of improvisation which begs for Sudeikis, Aniston, and Nick Offerman to splice together something workable, and they do.
This Is the End locks itself to the here and now, requiring insider knowledge of a burgeoning adult comedy scene to click
There is a lot to like about Clear History if one loves Larry David's style of comedy.
We're nearing formula for these stories which find a personality molding through family upheaval.
Displaying with text how insufferably ridiculous and patently stupid this film truly is becomes a task of scale.
Heat plods along with instances of laughs peppered throughout.
The show remains true to its namesake, hoisted on cultural diversity without proving exploitative of any specific subset
Everyone has their talents, and for Floridians Doyle, Lugo, and Doorbal, it wasn't their brains.
Modern audiences will still be charmed by Marilyn's turn as a second-rate chanteuse in a saloon.