For Madmen Only is an ambitious and occasionally engaging documentary about improv guru Del Close's methods and the many stars he groomed for SNL.
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Julia Roberts, Kate Hudson and Jennifer Aniston star in Gary Marshall’s last film Having previously directed Valentine’s Day and New Year’s Eve, director Garry Marshall (Pretty Woman) tackles Mother’s …
Rebecca Hall and Jason Sudeikis Star in this Rural Romance Tumbledown is an inoffensive, gentle rom-com that plays it safe. It also happens to be a rom-com light on …
Not so Horrible Bosses If the first Horrible Bosses was a sly reaction to financial crisis, this sequel grabs at the cutthroat nature of capitalism – but with idiots. …
It becomes a menagerie of improvisation which begs for Sudeikis, Aniston, and Nick Offerman to splice together something workable, and they do.
Epic is impossibly colorful when it wants to be.
The Campaign is inspired casting, and pacing that doesn't have a minute to lose.
Horrible Bosses embraces what it is, raunchy and offensive in the extreme, the pay off satisfying even if it's not a clean escape
Hall Pass never loses its sense of fun, which is probably why it's so easy to watch.