A crime comedy that, while entertaining, gets lost in its overcrowded supporting cast.
Unabashedly cheery and joyful, Wiig and Mummolo shine in a good old-fashioned comedy that mixes improv with slapstick and buddy movie tropes.
A family romp with charm and fun to spare, Yes Day is very child-friendly without being dumb about it.
Spontaneous is a hilarious oddball, a whirlwind of comedy, body horror and teenage drama all rolled up into one compact package, ready to explode.
A conjuring of bland music, aggressively vacuous lyrics, paper-thin characters and a criminal sidetracking of Nicole Kidman.
Fun, heartwarming, and VERY smartly dressed, Happiest Season is the perfect holiday movie for this gray winter.
Starts out as a delightful quirky comedy, and while fun, it loses steam towards the end.
There are scenes here that work well separately, but as a whole The King of Staten Island is a character study about a character that isn’t all that interesting to study.
Miranda July’s latest is a spirited comedy surrounding a heartfelt family drama. A delight full of creativity and emotion.
Sofia Coppola’s best work since Lost in Translation is an expertly written comedy, featuring masterful work by Bill Murray.