Comedy Movie Reviews
The hilarity is in the details and the details of The Hangover Part 2 are awesome. The guys are at it again and they bring the big guns this time around.
Bridesmaids Movie Review: A Raunchy Comedy Everyone Will Enjoy
Bridesmaids is a funny take on some of life's troubles. The performances are excellent and the comedic timing is perfect.
The Beaver Movie Review: A Dark, Realistic Look at Mental Illness
A harrowing tale of mental illness. Mel Gibson shines as a man struggling to find himself.
Jumping the Broom Movie Review: A Heartfelt Rom Com Without the Cliches
Jumping the Broom is a fresh take on the wedding plot. It celebrates African-American culture in a way that everyone can relate.
Your Highness Movie Review: A Decent Stoner Comedy, Although Slow in Parts
As far as stoner-comedies go, this one is just as good as any other. Be prepared for random moments and completely ridiculous comedy sequences.
Hop Movie Review: Tons of Easter Fun!
This film has all the right ingredients to make Easter sweet. Some parts don't make logical sense, but it IS a movie about a talking bunny.
Hall Pass Movie Review: Not Funny and Sadly Pathetic
The R-rated comedy provides little comedy and more crude jokes. The men are unlikeable and pathetic.
Just Go With It Movie Review: Jennifer Aniston Provides Breath of Fresh Air
Just Go With It is a romantic comedy with a few laughs and little romance. Aniston and Sandler have some comedic chemistry, but not much else.
Just Go With It Early Reviews Are Mostly Negative
Early Reviews for the Jennifer Aniston, Adam Sandler comedy are horrible. Most reviewers says it's a tired cliche.
Reel Movie Reviews: The Dilemma
The Dilemma starring Vince Vaughn and Kevin James produces a couple laughs, but overall it's not a very funny film. Both actors have done better.
Reel Movie Reviews: Yogi Bear
Warner Bros. proves that just because it's a pre-existing franchise, it shouldn't be made into a big-budget feature film starring creepy CGI bears with celebrity voices.
Reel Movie Reviews: Due Date
It's not The Hangover and tries a little too hard to be Planes, Trains and Automobiles, but can't seem to nail the moral center.