A quiet mistaken identity/crime caper comedy, Safe Men is held up by its cast and their cleverly written personalities.
Blu-Ray Comedy Reviews
While the humor styles of Stone/Parker and David Zucker clash, Baseketball offers comedic barbs a plenty.
A progressive rom com, Boomerang is slow by Eddie Murphy standards, but also appealingly controlled, authentic, and funny.
Cross My Heart is delightfully authentic almost to a fault, but it's captivating when capturing the nuances of an early relationship.
A one-joke buddy comedy has its charms, but Pure Luck lacks the precise timing needed to reach anywhere near classic status.
Playing up the Hitchcock formula, Foul Play isn't inventive, but hits a few comic beats along the way.
Coarse, irreverent, and a bit dated, Slap Shot remains a hilariously sharp and crass sports comedy.
Side Out is a passable, breezy sports movie from the early 1990s about the emerging pro beach volleyball scene.
The polarizing Harold and Maude's quirky romantic pairing has its moments but the topical humor hasn't aged well.
The star-driven Splitting Heir's funniest bits are provided by John Cleese and Barbara Hershey but laughs are few.
Casual Sex is a mildly amusing comedy from the 80s about sex and the perils of casual dating from a female perspective, starring Lea Thompson and Victoria Jackson.
Audrey Hepburn and William Holden have a ball in the romantic comedy, Paris When It Sizzles.