A rather disheartening attempt at a father-of-the-bride rom-com that squanders the comedic efforts of Adam Sandler and Chris Rock.
Doctor Detroit is full of kinetic energy, a stellar ’80s musical soundtrack, and a cameo performance by James Brown, but its over-the-top, forced comedy wears thin quickly.
This lazy slice of life series is best taken in small doses, but is amusing in places and has fine artwork.
Season Two of ‘Santa Clarita Diet’ marks the welcome return of a quirky dark comedy that continues to amuse with its take on the current pop culture fascination with zombies.
This latest Netflix Original film is ultimately a disappointing comedy-thriller that fails to live up to the promise of this team’s hit ‘Workaholics’ and is too heavily reliant on frat comedy pranks and d**k jokes.
This comedy/biopic is a fine mix of kinetic energy, gritty rock and roll, and sad commentary on the tabloid media
‘Road to the Well’ is a solid feature film debut from writer/director Jon Cvack with a Coen Brothers vibe that makes for an intriguing watch.
‘Everything Sucks!’ is a coming of age comedic series that tackles the issue of sexual preference and takes viewers on a nostalgic return to the 1990s.
The Breakfast Club arrives with a beautiful new 4K restoration on Blu-ray from the Criterion Collection
This fun slice-of-life comedy series gets a feature-packed complete collection Blu-ray release from Sentai Filmworks.