Dracula: Dead and Loving It is in the right ballpark, but doesn't have the snap or focus of Brooks' other comedic masterworks.
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Paul Hogan returns for a third time as Mick in Crocodile Dundee in Los Angeles to less entertaining results.
Robert Altman's sprawling, multi-ensemble classic Nashville is fondly remembered by fans for its biting social critique and complex, character-driven storytelling.
An engaging and witty romantic comedy about pro tennis players finding love at Wimbledon with a dramatic run to the title as background fodder.
Donna D'errico has fun as a sexy alien babe in the outrageous and campy sci-fi comedy, Escape from Area 51.
While not one for depth, Oh, God! You Devil is an easy, comedic watch that makes full use of George Burns.
A comfortable retread, Oh, God! Book II lacks the creative vision of a higher power from the first movie and feels more like something from movie day at a …
Gentle and delightful, Oh, God! is easy viewing with soft comedy provided by an enjoyable John Denver, with the assist by George Burns.
The Sandra Bullock and Denis Leary R-rated romantic comedy Two If by Sea isn't a laugh riot but the stars make the thin premise work.
John Ritter channels Jack Tripper for Skin Deep, a laugh riot about a troubled womanizer from director Blake Edwards.
Delightfully crass with a comic heart, Drunk Bus is reminiscent of early Kevin Smith in telling a small time story around likable but miserable people.
Reading just the synopsis, The Kid's every plot point is obvious and the script doesn't turn away from that predictability, but it has enough sweetness to get by.