Comedy films

The 7 Best Horror Comedy Movies

Remix by Keane Eacobellis Good the comedy is very similar to good horror. It’s all about the unexpected, timing and buildup followed by a shocking climax. However, while one seeks to make you laugh, the other is there to inspire fear, and while fusion is rare, the few that exist have yielded great results. As […]

Comedy films

12 Horror Comedy Movies To Watch This Halloween, From “Freaky” To “Get Out”

It’s the season to watch horror movies, but sometimes being scared isn’t enough, you know? For the full movie experience some of us want to be scared and laugh our buttocks. So, step into one of the best movie genres Hollywood has to offer: horror comedy. Let’s face it, as fun as horror movies can […]

Action films

10 animated TV shows that would make great live-action movies

While Disney has turned several of its popular animated films into live performances, many of its animated TV shows have great potential to receive a similar treatment. Over the years, the company has created vast fantasy lands, intriguing spy adventures, and fascinating school getaways (among other things). RELATED: Which Retro Disney and Nickelodeon Channel Had […]

Action films

Adinic Action Films & Music World Pvt. Ltd. announced his first feature film “Gun Gunati Raho Mein” – ThePrint

Text size: A- A + Bombay (Maharashtra) [India], July 9 (ANI / PNN): While there is no status on reopening theaters and releasing on hold movies, Bollywood has moved ahead and announced new plans. This is a positive sign. Lyricist and producer Aditya Rajesh Kumar Sharma and Nicky S, who is on top of a […]

Action films

Adinic Action Films & Music World Pvt. Ltd. announced his first feature film “Gun Gunati Raho Mein”

ANI | Update: 09 Jul 2021 17:16 STI Bombay (Maharashtra) [India], July 9 (ANI / PNN): While there is no status on reopening theaters and releasing on hold movies, Bollywood has moved ahead and announced new plans.This is a positive sign. Lyricist and producer Aditya Rajesh Kumar Sharma and Nicky S, who is on top […]

Action films

Box Office in Japan: Rurouni Kenshin’s live-action movies dominate # 1 and # 2 spots

Rurouni Kenshin: the beginning, the second and last part of the “Final Chapter” series inspired by Nobuhiro Watsuki’s action manga jidaigeki, grossed 363 million yen ($ 3.31 million) out of 247,600 admissions in its first Saturday and Sunday, 500 million yen ($ 4.57 million) over 350,000 admissions in its first three days, becoming the June […]

Drama films

Apple Criticism – A Poignant Story of Global Memory Loss | Drama films

This quietly satirical and moving first feature film by director and co-writer Christos Nikou, who cut his teeth as an assistant director on Dog tooth, was Greece’s candidacy for the international feature film Oscar at the recent 93rd Academy Awards. A tale of epidemic memory loss, heartache, and possible new beginnings, it’s a deadpan tragicomedy […]

Drama films

Black Bear Review – Aubrey Plaza shows its volcanic side | Drama films

The American independent filmmaker Lawrence Michael Levine deploys Aubrey Plaza as both muse and spokesperson in this dramatic comedy tense on the ethics of the artistic process. If that sounds tedious, it isn’t: Levine’s playful deconstruction of tortured genius is a witty, provocative show of tyrannical directors, diva-ish actors, and over-invested voyeurs. The film is […]

Drama films

Promising Young Woman Review – Carey Mulligan’s Avenging Angel Shines Brightly | Drama films

IIt is extremely timely material. Thematically, Emerald Fennell’s first feature film, Promising young woman, could have been distilled from pure pain, an amalgamation of the countless rape culture testimonies on sites such as Everyone is invited. But tonally, with its extravagant eyebrow and ironically lacquered manicure, this film feels oddly dated – a few decades […]

Drama films

Exam begins – Jehovah’s Witness attacked in Georgia | Drama films

gGeorgian writer-director Dea Kulumbegashvili’s fierce debut feature film about a Jehovah’s Witness whose faith is being tested opens with an act of hostility. The camera observes from a fixed point at the back of a Kingdom Hall as the space fills up and the blinds are finally drawn. A few minutes after the start of […]

Action films

Liam Neeson retires from action movies, admits he’ll miss beating guys half his age

Liam Neeson in an interview revealed that he will be retiring from action movies soon. “I am 68 and a half years old,” Liam told an international daily. Neeson said he is already working on “a few more” in 2021 and will no longer take assignments involving stocks. Liam admitted that he will miss “beating […]

Drama films

Daniel criticizes – the terrifying story of an Isis captive | Drama films

oht over the past two decades Danish cinema has increasingly proven to have a strong aptitude for emotional and nuanced drama and intelligent engagement, especially through the making of documentaries, with conflicts abroad. This feature film inspired by a true story, from fellow director Niels Arden Oplev (who directed the original film Girl With the […]

Drama films

My Day review – homeless teenager runs into trouble | Drama films

Fthe first feature film director Ibrahim Miiro embarks on this urban drama set in London; for the first half hour, at least, it’s a film bursting with energy and adrenaline. Hannah Laresa Smith plays homeless teenage Ally who recently ran away from foster care. In the opening scenes showing his chaotic life on the streets, […]

Drama films

Limbo review – heartbreaking portrait of stranded refugees in Scotland | Drama films

WHats off to a wholly wonderful second feature film from British director Ben Sharrock – witty, poignant, wonderfully composed and shot, moving and even strangely captivating. Despite an elegant tongue-in-cheek style established from the start, Sharrock quickly gets you to invest in the characters and care deeply about what happens to them. Limbo is about […]

Action films

Luc Besson and Josie Ho to collaborate on two (exclusive) action films – The Hollywood Reporter

Hong Kong actress / producer Josie Ho to collaborate with French director Luc Besson and American history x director Tony Kaye through Hong Kong-based production company 852 Films, the production company she founded with her husband Conroy Chan in 2009. Ho will star throughout the roster, she and Chan will also serve as producer for […]

Romance films

Plus One review – Weddings romcom has seen it all | Romance movies

HIt is a go-anywhere romantic comedy from first-time feature film directors Jeff Chan and Andrew Rhymer, co-writers of the Hulu PEN15 television comedy, in which star Maya Erskine takes the lead female role. This is a mix of four wedding formulas and a funeral and my best friend’s wedding. Erskine plays Alice, an intelligent Japanese-American […]

Comedy films

5 ’90s Romantic Comedy Movies That Are Grossly Underrated (& 5 That Are Overrated)

The romantic comedy is making a slow but steady comeback these days. Yet back in the 1990s, it seemed like a new romantic comedy — or “romcom,” for short — was coming out every week. However, there was a significant decrease in their numbers during the 2000s and beyond. The heyday of romantic comedy was […]

Drama films

Thunder Road Review – bittersweet portrayal of law and disorder | Drama films

AAt the Sundance Film Festival in January 2016, Jim Cummings, a multitasking force of nature, unveiled a brilliantly excruciating short film about a grieving cop struggling to say goodbye to his mother at her funeral. Inspired by his mother’s love for dancing and Bruce Springsteen, hapless Cummings officer Jim Arnaud expresses his grief through movement […]

Comedy films

Jimmy Fallon’s Five Favorite Comedy Movies

This year, Jimmy Fallon marks five years as the host of Tonight’s show, arguably the most coveted regular hosting concert on the planet. He and his team celebrated the milestone with some of the show’s most ambitious episodes, episodes that mean a lot to the comedian personally. In February, on the show’s fifth anniversary, Fallon […]

Drama films

Woman at War Review – the mother of all green goddesses | Drama films

TTo describe Benedikt Erlingsson’s humor as “dry” is a bit like saying that things can get “cold” the closer you get to the Arctic Circle. After conquering Iceland’s theatrical stages and television screens as a writer, director and performer, Erlingsson turned to feature films in 2013, where his brand of tragi-comic tongue-in-cheek humor laughter once […]

Drama films

Benjamin criticizes – Simon Amstell’s barbed wire spirit shines | Drama films

TComedian Simon Amstell is best known as the acerbic former host of BBC2 Don’t mind the Buzzcocks and his sitcom Grandmother’s house. His first semi-autobiographical feature film (following his mock iPlayer 2017 documentary Carnage) turns it into something romantic, revealing a sweet, swift heart beneath the barbed jokes. Benjamin (Colin Morgan, who plays Amstell’s chuckle) […]

Romance films

Examining Borders – Into the woods for a body-horror romance | Romance movies

IIn all its quirk, Ali Abbasi’s film Border is something between a superhero origin myth, police procedure, and body horror romance. It’s about transgression and taboo, crossing borders and crossing boundaries: culturally constructed injustice and socially deplored difference – what anthropologist Mary Douglas called dirt as misplaced matter. The film is based on a short […]

Comedy films

Old Boys review – charming boarding school romance | comedy movies

Jhe first feature film by Toby MacDonald, director of two excellent Bafta-nominated shorts (Je t’Aime John Wayne, Heavy Metal Drummer) achieves a curious alchemy. It takes two elements – the story of Cyrano de Bergerac and a UK same-sex boarding school – which have already been heavily exploited by filmmakers over the years. And he […]

Comedy films

Judd Apatow explains why comedy movies struggle

Judd Apatow knows a thing or two about making a comedy film in the studio system. Maybe we should all listen to him. Judd Apatow is widely credited with bringing new life to the R-rated comedy genre in the 21st century through the critical and commercial hits “The 40-Year-Old Virgin” and “Knocked Up.” But even […]