Lost amid John Hughes teen dramas, there's more relevance to She's Having a Baby than any high school-focused romance.
Blu-Ray Comedy Reviews
A movie about fitting in while feeling different than the rest, Some Kind of Wonderful doesn't break many cliches in its method.
Danny Kaye leads the gorgeously restored and superb musical comedy from Hollywood's Golden Age, The Court Jester.
While routine in its buddy comedy and action, The Cowboy Way entertains because it's willing to restrain itself until the end.
Joe Dante repeats himself in Small Soldiers with mixed results, a movie struggling against the selling of military toys and simultaneously promoting them.
Using his peak physical prowess, Buster Keaton takes advantage to completely fail at sports for laughs in the hilarious College.
A man and his cow, on a journey to find themselves. To think Go West makes that hilarious says much of Buster Keaton's mastery.
Conceptually fantastic, Fatman can't escape an overburdened script even as the casting works its magic.
Irreverent and funny satire about college life, Accepted features future stars Blake Lively and Jonah Hill.
Seemingly lost to time, The Freshman deserves a wider look for its clever, observant comedy with just enough charm to buy its quirks.
Dudley Moore saves the uneven body swap comedy Like Father Like Son, placing a teen's mindset into a stuffy hospital board room.
Plain and predictable, The Opening Act finds a charming lead in Jimmy Yang if not a memorable story for his character.