The co-writer of Old School and The Hangover Part II has made his directorial debut with a road comedy that packs in plenty of comedic talent and attempts to make the most out of an ungainly amount of ridiculous situations. Search Party has a lot of good talent involved, but it unsurprisingly made little impact […]
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Strap in for some hilariously awkward moments in dating! We follow Alice (Dakota Johnson) who’s recently broken up with her boyfriend of 4 years to explore life as a single gal. Being that she’s had a boyfriend all through college and most of high school, she’s worried that she’ll miss out on everything life has […]
There was something a bit subliminal that drew me into eventually reviewing Dirty Grandpa on Blu-ray. Maybe it was partly my love of Bad Grandpa (see my review here) or my loss of my own grandfathers in real life, but it could have also been that ingenious swag Lionsgate sent over too (see below). You pick. However, I do miss […]
Put your game face on when “How to Be Single” arrives onto Blu-ray, DVD and Digital HD. From New Line Cinema and Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures, in association with Flower Films, a Wrigley Pictures Production, “How to Be Single” stars Dakota Johnson (“Fifty Shades of Grey”), Rebel Wilson (“Pitch Perfect”), Damon Wayans, Jr. (“Let’s Be Cops”), Anders […]
Drunk History is the brain child of Derek Waters and Jeremy Konner. Apparently inspired by drunk ramblings of New Girl star Jake Johnson during a night out. It originally was produced and air on the comedy website Funny Or Die. In 2013, the web show was brought to the television format on Comedy Central. It […]
Amy Poehler and Paul Rudd star in the laugh-out-loud comedy, They Came Together, arriving on Blu-ray Disc (plus Digital HD), DVD (plus Digital) and Digital HD September 2 from Lionsgate Home Entertainment. I happened upon this film, realizing that David Wain (Wet Hot American Summer, Role Models) had made a new movie, only to discover […]
I am really looking forward to seeing Sacha Baron Cohen tackle more serious and dramatic work. I saw a hint of it in Hugo and, as is generally the case, comedic actors seem work just as well in a dramatic environment. I start out this way because I like Sacha Baron Cohen in general, but […]