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Norwegian Action Comedy “Asphalt Burning” Arrives on Netflix in January

Netflix has released the trailer for an upcoming action comedy film “Asphalt Burning”. The Norwegian film, which arrives on January 2nd, follows crazy car enthusiast Roy (Anders Baasmo Christiansen) who needs to try to keep his fiancee Sylvia (Jenny Skavlan) by winning a race at the famous Nürburgring in Germany. A drunken bet on the […]

Norwegian Action Comedy “Asphalt Burning” Arrives on Netflix in January – Watch the Trailer

Melissa McCarthy and Ben Falcone to Star in “God’s Favorite Idiot”

Netflix has announced that Melissa McCarthy (“Bridesmaids”, “The Heat”) and Ben Falcone (“Tammy”, “Enough Said”) will star in and executive produce “God’s Favorite Idiot” – a new workplace comedy series. Brooklyn Nine-Nine’s Michael McDonald is also set to direct the series. Falcone created the show which follows Clark Thompson (Falcone), a midlevel tech-support employee who […]

Melissa McCarthy and Ben Falcone to Star in “God’s Favorite Idiot” – New Netflix Comedy Series

Let’s Do It

In an attempt to spice up their relationship, Mark persuades his girlfriend Allie to help him throw an orgy. The night of debauchery quickly turns rancid with the arrival of an unwanted guest, threatening to unravel the relationships of everyone involved.

WINNER: Best Ensemble Cast – Atlanta Comedy Film Festival

WINNER: Best Supporting Actor – Mike Glazer – Atlanta Comedy Film Festival

Let’s Do It

The Sunday Intertitle: Before Comedy was King

An evening of Laurel without Hardy and Hardy without Laurel sounded uncertain — I was reminded of the cheap tapes and DVDs that would package together whatever low-quality public domain bits they could scrape together and publish, without a shred of honest, as “The Best of Laurel and Hardy.” But, viewing as an amateur historian, […]

The Sunday Intertitle: Before Comedy was King

Bill & Ted Face the Music (2020)

Writers: Chris Matheson and Ed Solomon

Starring: Keanu Reeves, Alex Winter, Kristen Schaal

Genre: Comedy

Despite a previous prophecy saying that rockers Bill (Winter) and Ted (Reeves) would unite the world with their music, they are now both middle-aged dads with a dwindling music career. However, they are soon informed that they must compose a new song that will save life on earth as we know it, but instead of writing it they decide to travel to the future and steal it from their older selves. Meanwhile their young daughters (Samara Weaving & Brigette Lundy-Paine) devise their own musical time travelling scheme to help their fathers.

Bill & Ted Face the Music (2020) – 6/10

Dark Shadows

Year: 2012Genre: Horror ComedyRating: ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ After being locked up for two centuries, Barnabas Collins returns to his ancestral home and planned to help their fishing business recover. Their business is being overtaken by Angel Bay – owned by Angelique.Angelique is the witched that locked up Barnabas, the same witch that transformed him into a vampire […]

Dark Shadows (Movie Spoiler/Summary)

High-Concept Comedy About Death

Here’s a 1993 black comedy we enjoyed as kids. A lovably daft high-concept film about two mates on holiday with their dead boss. Hurray! Weekend at Bernies II The film is about Larry Wilson Larry Wilson (Andrew McCarthy) and Richard Parker (Jonathan Silverman). They’re at a morgue to identify their boss—CEO Bernie Lomax (Terry Kiser). […]

Weekend at Bernie’s II: High-Concept Comedy About Death