Plain and predictable, The Opening Act finds a charming lead in Jimmy Yang if not a memorable story for his character.
Blu-Ray Comedy Reviews
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 …
Peter Sellers introduces a lovable, charming character in Mr. Topaze, then turns his story into a tragedy about success.
Inside the Rain is an endearing and occasionally funny dramedy that explores the hazards of bipolar disorder in quirky fashion.
Jesus Shows You the Way to the Highway is a massively original mash-up of exploitation tropes in a retro-futuristic spy thriller that is loads of fun.
There was a time when Mallrats made sense, but only serves to expose toxic thinking that doesn't help the culture it supports.
Stars Gregory Peck and Audrey Hepburn form an impeccable chemistry that echoes throughout time in Roman Holiday.
Honest and only slightly exaggerated, Brutal Massacre successfully spoofs low budget filmmaking, and it's enough to root for the fictional crew.