Posts tagged with "Comedy"

There’s book-smart, then there’s life-smart. BFFs Amy and Molly have nailed the first ask. Now, the night before their high-school graduation, they’re playing catch-up with the second.

The promo tagline "little DRIVER with a huge COP” is a boom-tish that sets the scene for the most dramatic day of Los Angeles Uber driver Stu’s modest existence.

Antonio and Paolo are engaged and elated, but wouldn’t you know it, there’s a catch: Antonio’s traditionalist parents don’t know he’s gay.

Having been cheated on by the same louse, Mel and Jen have a dim view of permanence. Putting theory into practice, the best mates create a two-person business dedicated to the undoing of ill-assorted couples, with speedy splits guaranteed.

Families come in an endless assortment. But it’s a safe bet that few of them are as ill-assorted at first as flamboyant TV chef Erasmus, his acerbic, panic attack–prone partner, Paul, and the pugnacious 10-year-old grandson Erasmus didn’t know he had.

The nuttiest truth about director Jeff Tomsic's comedy is that it’s based on a group of actual childhood friends who’ve played “the coolest game ever” for 30 years.

“I’ve always wondered what it feels like to be just undeniably pretty,” Renee Bennett confides to her gorgeous gym buddy. Her wish is granted—in a way—after a bonk on the head at a SoulCycle class.

Set 20 years hence in fictional Megasaki City, Isle of Dogs is director Wes Anderson’s off-centre homage to both Japanese cinema and the pure souls of man’s best friend.

At first glance, the premise comes off as stale and lame: three Chicago high-school gfs make a pact to lose their virginity on prom night.

If there is such an oxymoron as a playfully competitive personality, husband-and-wife Max and Annie (Jason Bateman and Rachel McAdams) are it in spades.

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