The pure hilarity of “The Lovebirds” is more than enough to have you willing to forgive any of its formulaic plot lines, thanks to undeniable chemistry between Nanjiani and Rae.
While it sometimes struggles to balance its tone – switching between heartfelt, vicious, raunchy and inspiring all in a matter of minutes – Feldstein’s impressive ability to perfectly match whatever is thrown her way makes “How to Build a Girl” worth the watch.
Take a first look at photos from “Space Force,” a new comedy premiering on Netflix May 29.
The end of the world actually seems like the perfect time for a raunchy, over-the-top comedy caper to lift your spirits, but “Coffee & Kareem” will do exactly the opposite.
While the story doesn’t do anything to reinvent the wheel, it’s still everything you could ask for from the first ever live-action Sonic the Hedgehog film. Sonic is beautifully brought to life with the rejuvenated effects and the film does enough to entertain and engage both children and adults.
Just like the video game at its core, “Jumanji: The Next Level,” is even more expansive, entertaining and ridiculous this time around.
In “Knives Out,” Johnson has crafted a brilliant, fast-paced comedy-thriller capable of perfectly modernizing the classic murder mystery.
As simplistic and predictable as “Last Christmas” may be, it still gets the job done once you admit you’re ready to feel all warm and fuzzy and embrace the holiday season.
After 10 years of waiting, the highly anticipated Zombieland sequel finally arrived, and it’s certainly worth the wait. “Double Tap” is a smart, entertaining adventure that perfectly realigns itself with the world fans have dreamed of returning to for years.
There’s plenty to like about “It Chapter Two,” but ultimately it’s unable to capture the same aura that made its predecessor so enthralling.
While it won’t go down as one of 2019’s best, “Ready or Not” it will certainly be remembered as the surprise of the summer – and just might become a cult classic.
For the first time ever, the MPAA rating was forced to specify “all involving tweens,” and that’s what differentiates Good Boys from every other raunchy comedy.
After stealing the show in 2011’s “Bridesmaids,” Rebel Wilson seemed poised to break out as one of comedy’s next leading ladies. But it turned out the once hilarious bit was the only thing in Wilson’s repertoire, as she proceeded to bring the same worn-out shtick to every role she could get her hands on– and “The Hustle”is no exception.
The hilariously crude yet oddly heartfelt series will either leave viewers cackling or crying, but knowing one thing for certain – nothing will ever compare to the horrors of puberty.