Gloriously cynical in a kindly dry, British manner, Meaning of Life is a blitzkrieg on all aspects of human society.
Category: 4K Comedy
Utterly ridiculous but embracing the absurd, Barb and Star somehow finds a loving tale of friendship between super villainy and sex.
The Lost City has a blast with its pulpy story, generating constant laughs as the cliches keep piling up unashamedly.
Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent is made for in-industry laughs and meme makers, but not without a generous, broad comedic spark.
The Trouble with Harry drips with careful innuendo, polite dark humor, yet no genuine mystery and still feels every bit of Alfred Hitchcok's personality.
A sequel as slick as the original, Beverly Hills Cop II is an action comedy delight that's pure '80s.
One of Hollywood's greatest musicals, Singin' in the Rain is lovingly remastered in 4K produces cinema magic.
A timeless satire of forgotten middle class existence, The Apartment contextualizes the late '50s through midnight trysts and bachelorhood.
Billy Wilder directs his cast to give Some Like It Hot's sitcom-level premise a proper injection of energy.
Ghostbusters: Afterlife mixes bulky nostalgia with a fresh, creative comic zest to successfully bring this franchise back.
Who Framed Roger Rabbit is more than a technical marvel. It's a genuinely observant send-up of both animation and detective noirs that appeals to both audiences.
A cartoon fable about being content with who you are, The Addams Family isn’t much for plot, but uses its platform to do more that revitalize a TV series.