Archive for the Comedy Category

LOGAN LUCKY

Steven Soderbergh is one of most fascinating and eclectic filmmakers out there. Coming onto the scene in 1988 with his debut indie hit film Sex, Lies, and Videotapes, Soderbergh has since moved onto giving us films in all sorts of different genres and styles, from zany comedies […]

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SPIDER-MAN: HOMECOMING

Spider-Man, Spider-Man, he gets rebooted like no one else can. Remember how much of a big deal the first Spider-Man film was back in 2002? After the superhero film genre pretty much petered out after failures like Batman & Robin, Sam Raimi came around and showed us that superheroes could be taken seriously […]

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TRANSFORMERS: THE LAST KNIGHT

Here we go again, folks. Another Michael Bay Transformers film has come crashing back onto the big screen. “But Hunter, you hate these movies. Why do you continue to watch them?” Well, I do hate these movies. I never even saw the previous film with the dinosaur […]

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BAYWATCH

Remember the 21 Jump Street film and how it had absolutely no right to be as good as it was? I do, because it’s probably my favorite comedy of the decade. What started off as an embarrassing cash grab attempt turned out to be a clever, biting satire on […]

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GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY VOL. 2

I’m gonna admit it. I only think Guardians of the Galaxy is pretty good. It’s a very fun film with a colorful cast of characters, a but a lot of people try to talk about it like it’s something much more. Many like to cite it as the […]

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FREE FIRE

Films that only take place in a single location are instantly intriguing to me, because it’s a way for the filmmakers to show the full extent of their creativity. Buried, starring Ryan Reynolds, is a perfect example of the format. The entire film is Ryan Reynolds trapped in a […]

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SANDY WEXLER

Whenever I sit down for my nightly meal, I like to throw something on the TV to watch while I stuff my face. On a whim, and only because it was the first thing that popped up on the Netflix, I decided to watch Sandy Wexler. Sandy […]

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GET OUT

It’s not uncommon for actors to foray into the world of directing. Some actors, such as Clint Eastwood and Ron Howard, became even more prolific when they were behind the camera. However, it’s a bit different when the director primarily comes from a sketch comedy background, like […]

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MANCHESTER BY THE SEA

Why do you we enjoy going to the movies? Why do you we even like entertaining ourselves in the first place? Well, that’s because real life, for the most part, is boring. Sure, there are moments of excitement, but those times in between usually end up being […]

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MASTERMINDS

Sometimes comedy films are tough to review, especially when you don’t like them. It’s somewhat hard to elaborate on why something just isn’t funny. Comedy is the most subjective of genres, so what others find funny, I may find absolutely grating. Based on a true story (my […]

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