comedy

Peacemaker

Peace be with you John Cena. When we last saw John Cena’s Peacemaker, he was trying to cover up Amanda Walker’s dirty secrets by murdering Rick Flagg, and got shot in the throat by Bloodsport. The post credit scenes of… Read More ›

The King’s Man

An absolute mess of a prequel to a stylish action comedy. The original “Kingsman: The Secret Service,” directed by Matthew Vaughn, was a wildly entertaining action movie that introduced us to Taron Egerton, and what an exceptional actor he is…. Read More ›

Don’t Look Up

Adam McKay’s apocalyptic satire hits the target weakly. Following his recent trend of political satires “The Big Short” and “Vice,” Adam McKay has made “Don’t Look Up” a representation of how our planet is dying from global warming and people… Read More ›

Back to the Outback

These deadly Australian creatures are cuter than this lame script, weak jokes, and annoying koala. Pretty much the only reason why I would review the animated “Back to the Outback” on Netflix is because of its four deadly Australian creatures,… Read More ›

Red Rocket

Simon Rex excels as porn star with bad decisions. Simon Rex is known for being in the “Scary Movie” sequels: 3, 4, and yes, 5. Ugh. And he’s also appeared in other very bad comedies, most of which I’ve had… Read More ›

8-Bit Christmas

Like “A Christmas Story,” but with Nintendo. I wasn’t really interested in seeing “8-Bit Christmas,” made for HBO Max, because I felt like it was going to be a tedious version of “A Christmas Story, because the kid in the… Read More ›

Licorice Pizza

Paul Thomas Anderson’s next masterpiece marvels thanks to him and two new leads. “Boogie Nights,” “Magnolia,” “Punch Drunk Love,” “There Will Be Blood,” and “Phantom Thread” are among the best films from writer/director Paul Thomas Anderson. Yes, I love the… Read More ›

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