Jerry and Marge Go Large pours on endless charms and thrives, but tries too hard to build conflict.
Blu-Ray Comedy Reviews
Cary Grant looked down on his mania in Arsenic and Old Lace, but it's wonderfully kitschy comedy work beyond the '40s era norms.
Equal parts manic and hilarious, The Paper brilliantly captures the American newspaper's last moments before the digital age.
A box office flop starring a young Brad Pitt and a sultry Kim Basinger, the Roger Rabbit-inspired Cool World mixes animation and live-action for an interesting failure.
Dona Flor is an off-beat and occasionally insightful sensual comedy from Brazil that made actress Sonia Braga an international star in the 1970s.
Nicolas Cage probably hopes you forgot his terrible performance in Vampire's Kiss.
Pass on the cheesy slapstick of Bigfoot of Bust, which recalls the heights of Cinemax's late-night films from the 1990s and 2000s.
Ahead of its time, Canadian Bacon's fired up satire spreads itself thin, but doesn't miss any potential targets on the the way.
A quiet mistaken identity/crime caper comedy, Safe Men is held up by its cast and their cleverly written personalities.
While the humor styles of Stone/Parker and David Zucker clash, Baseketball offers comedic barbs a plenty.
A progressive rom com, Boomerang is slow by Eddie Murphy standards, but also appealingly controlled, authentic, and funny.
Cross My Heart is delightfully authentic almost to a fault, but it's captivating when capturing the nuances of an early relationship.