Topics :: comedy

The One I Love

By Kilian Melloy | Friday Aug 29, 2014
Ethan and Sophie take a retreat to a comfortable, if strange, vacation house, hoping to find one another again. They succeed... but in a way that plunges them into deep weirdness.

Life of Crime

By Charlie Nash | Friday Aug 29, 2014
As far as film adaptations of Elmore Leonard novels go, "Life of Crime" is a slight effort that doesn't reach the quality of greatness achieved in "Jackie Brown" and "Out of Sight," but the strong writing and performances still make it a fun crime romp.

Red vs. Vee: An Interview with OITNB's Kate Mulgrew and Lorraine Toussaint

By Randy Shulman | Wednesday Aug 27, 2014
On June 21, the cast of "Orange is the New Black" assembled in Manhattan at the delightfully eccentric Crosby Street Hotel. Out of that day came the opportunity to conduct an exclusive, in-depth Q&A with stars Selenis Leyva and Kate Mulgrew.

Fading Gigolo

By Michael Cox | Thursday Aug 21, 2014
There seems to be a secret male fantasy of being paid to have sex. In "Fading Gigolo," John Turturro brings to the screen his inconspicuous little sexual fantasy in a charming comedy with a talented cast of fellow actors.

The Other Woman

By Christian Cintron | Wednesday Aug 20, 2014
That comedy that feels like "The First Wives Club" but isn't is on Blu-ray. While great to see Cameron Diaz and Nicki Minaj in movies this comedy doesn't deliver much comedy in either the film or bonus features.

Love or Whatever

By Padraic Maroney | Monday Aug 18, 2014
A modern day romantic comedy that succeeds despite an unlikable main character.

5 Funny Females Returns to Boston

By Winnie McCroy | Monday Aug 18, 2014
On August 19 and 20, the comic antics of 5 Funny Females returns to Boston for two evening shows at Laugh Boston.

The Expendables 3

By Kilian Melloy | Friday Aug 15, 2014
This is summer fun at its loudest, dumbest, and most ridiculously, cartoonishly violent. It's sure to be a big hit.


By Roger Walker-Dack | Friday Aug 15, 2014
Lenny Abrahamson's completely bizarre, but unquestionably genius, comedy is actually based on a real life Frank who used to wear a large papier-mâché head all the time.

Let's Be Cops

By Frank Scheck | Friday Aug 15, 2014
At one point during "Let's Be Cops," actor Damon Wayans Jr. has a scene in which a huge naked man's groin is inches from his face. That's a good approximation of what filmgoers will experience during this witless high-concept comedy.