Alex and Phil are feeling pretty homey for this week’s episode.
Tag Archives | Comedy
‘The Descendants’ is another bitterly funny case study of a man trying to regain control from director Alexander Payne.
‘Arthur Christmas’ is the best family Christmas comedy/American military metaphor you will see this year.
‘The Muppets’ is riotously funny, surprisingly touching, and possessing moment after moment of pure joy.
Brief reviews of ‘American Movie,’ ‘Win Win,’ and ‘The Hurt Locker’…
Full reviews of ’50/50′ and ‘The Last Man on Earth’, Poll results about Brad Pitt’s Oscar chances…
Brief reviews of two movies playing at the Twin Cities Film Festival.
As the title suggests, ’50/50′ strikes a perfect balance on a tonal and thematic level thanks to great performances and restrained direction.
‘Moneyball’ will be more appreciated by people who love baseball, but the performances and pace can be appreciated by anyone.
Another much anticipated film has screened at a major festival and been received without much pomp nor circumstance.
Brief reviews of ‘Sunday in the Park With George’ and ‘The Rules of the Game’
Review of ‘One Day’, Listener Feedback on the Best Summer Blockbuster, and review of ‘The Purple Rose of Cairo’.
Brief reviews of ‘Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid,’ ‘Battleship Potemkin,’ and ‘The Thin Blue Line’.
Review of ’30 Minutes or Less’,
Brief review of ‘Meet the Parents’
The writer and director should have taken a note from the film’s title and kept this film tighter. Instead ’30 Minutes or Less’ has a disproportionate amount of groans relative to its laughs.
Brief review of ‘Animal Crackers’ from 1930.
Whoever and wherever you are, please see ‘Midnight in Paris.’
It’s wedding week on the Film Misery Podcast with reviews of male and female perspective films.
The trailer has that perfect serio-comic tone that few do better than Alexander Payne.