What’s Love Got to Do with It?

This romcom can’t arrange any freshness. While India and Pakistan still have their ongoing conflicts, Working Title has released two English films with their respective themes. There was “Polite Society,” which loves Indian culture and strong women, and now, there… Read More ›

Space Oddity

A solid romcom that has plenty of oxygen. Kyra Sedgwick’s movie directorial debut of “Space Oddity” is no biopic or doc about the classic David Bowie song (although Brandi Carlile sings a cover version of it), but it is a… Read More ›

Murder Mystery 2

Not a total piece of deux deux, but still not funny. The best thing I could say about the new Adam Sandler sequel “Murder Mystery 2” is that it’s not as offensively awful as “Jack & Jill” or “Grown Ups… Read More ›


Whatever their souls are made from, Emma and Emily are the same here. Emily Brontë died too young at the age of 30, but was best known for her only novel “Wuthering Lights.” I’ve never heard of this young writer,… Read More ›

Your Place or Mine

Put yourself in my shoes; it’s pretty good. Reese Witherspoon and Ashton Kutcher both star in the new Netflix comedy “Your Place or Mine,” which is so cliche that it actually handles its formulas like a good sport. It’s neither… Read More ›

Shotgun Wedding

Don’t RSVP to this wedding. Jennifer Lopez and Josh Duhamel are two of our most appealing hot stars. They both should know better than to succumb to the idiocy and cliches of “Shotgun Wedding,” a wedding romcom that almost as… Read More ›

You People

Guess Who’s NOT Coming to Dinner Less than 20 years after reprising his voice role as Donkey in “Shrek 2,” Eddie Murphy is back in another comedy to mimic “Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner” called “You People.” What do you… Read More ›

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