Category: Comedy

Blu-Ray Comedy Reviews

Shortcut to Happiness Blu-ray Review

Devilish Shortcut Shortcut to Happiness’ inoffensive, simple morals don’t need explicitly revealed. Adam Baldwin stars as a struggling writer seeking success and fame, gets both after selling his soul …

Long Shot (2019) Blu-ray Review

Taking Shots at Politics Long Shot makes no attempt to restructure the mainstream romantic comedy. It uses bigger stakes – the American Presidency – and still finds a way …

Fatso Blu-ray Review

Sugary Romance Even before the explosion of Jane Fonda’s workout tapes and studies on sugar consumption, Fatso found the problem with America’s obesity epidemic. It’s multi-stage. In one key …

High School High Blu-ray Review

Rhinestone Cowboy High School High was prophetic. Three years before the Columbine shooting, metal detectors go off as kids enter their school, police walk the halls, teachers don bullet …

Mo’ Money Blu-ray Review

Worker’s Constipation Janet Jackson and Luther Vandross’ “The Best Things in Life Are Free” plays over a segment of Mo’ Money. It’s an obvious selection as the movie reforms …