A dismal non-comedy that struggles for every laugh, The Tuxedo is one of the worst things to come from Jackie Chan's American peak.
Blu-Ray Comedy Reviews
Quick Change uses Bill Murray's cynical side to perfection even if it lacks the pace needed to sell its escape movie comedy.
No joke is too low for MacGruber and it's able to get by on its willingness to dig itself into a hole so juvenile, you have to respect the …
A few fun ideas sprout from the kaiju comedy Monster Seafood Wars, but it's let down by arduously extended, unfunny dialog scenes.
Although Mel Brooks refined his comedy style in time, The Producers is still one of the most inspired film comedies ever made.
A relentless dark satire about Japans post-war recovery, Giants and Toys exposes the influence of western business into the society.
Stop or My Mom Will Shoot did actually happen, and Estelle Getty is only reason anyone mentions it.
Lost amid John Hughes teen dramas, there's more relevance to She's Having a Baby than any high school-focused romance.
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.