Using his peak physical prowess, Buster Keaton takes advantage to completely fail at sports for laughs in the hilarious College.
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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.
A bizarre live action adaptation of Popeye has heart and Robin Williams' performance, but also nagging songs and tonal division.
While inconsistent and Eddie Murphy struggles to hold things together, The Golden Child's high points happen consistently enough.
Bill and Ted Face the Music for a goofy but enjoyable last ride into the sunset, this time helped out by daughters that take after their dads.
Pauly Shore costs this Pauly Shore movie in the end, leaving Beach House's best moments to thrive when he's not around.
Laying an Egg There’s one solid, memorable, and potent gag in Jack and Beanstalk. Utterly incompetent Jack (Bud Abbott) meets a horse-riding Prince in the forest who asks if …