A stirringly funny hour long film which tacks on an entire second hour of drowsy humor and sloppy character.
They Came Together has the intelligence if not the timing... or the tone... or the style.
It's bright, cheery, and dare the word “wholesome” be used for an R-rated feature – but it is.
Stories of wives who passed from cancer, busted relationships, and sorrowful kids are not particularly funny.
Consider it Sunday best comedy – never raucous enough to feel unrestrained and never bold enough to raise itself beyond a level of politeness.
This limited edition set is hand numbered and holds a unique Slimer statue, which as it turns out, is surprisingly well made
Neighbors' slaughters reasonable logic and drives a middle finger through the center of good taste.
Some of this feature is moving, even pleasant.
Ghostbusters II is smart, just not as smart.
In execution, Kindergarten Cop is stupidly successful.
Director John Turturro has crafted a delicate, touching portrait of two characters shedding their emotional baggage.
In a search for sweetness and '80s indulgence, Ping Pong loses itself with aimless execution.