Tag Archive: comedy

Kung Fu Mahjong

What do you get when you combine martial arts, comedy, and an ancient Chinese game? You get Kung Fu Mahjong, that’s what.

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Shaun of the Dead

Shaun of the Dead is one of those rare parody films that’s a classic addition to the very genre it’s making fun of.

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If you want to get someone into old-timey movies, Harvey is a great place to start.

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Ugly Americans: our initial impressions

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Four episodes of the new Comedy Central show Ugly Americans have now aired.  Everyone who has seen it has their own opinion…and here’s ours!

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20 Years Later: Home Alone

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That’s right; it’s been nearly 20 years since Home Alone was released.  Today, we’re going to take a look back at one of Macaulay Culkin‘s best-known roles.

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Shaun the Sheep


Much like the rest of Aardman Animations works, Shaun the Sheep is hilarious no matter how old you are.
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Had it been made by anyone other than John Waters, Polyester would have been considered lewd and perverse.  However, because it was directed by Waters, it weighs in as one of the director’s “cleanest” films.

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Hamlet 2


With something to offend everyone and jabs thrown at every “high school teacher” film ever made, Hamlet 2 is absolutely hilarious.

Note: minor spoilers

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With an all-star cast, great on screen chemistry, and a semi-realistic take on the “hacker” film, Sneakers is a classic.

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Crooked Little Vein


Published by Harper Perennial in 2007, Crooked Little Vein marks comic legend Warren Ellis‘ first foray into the world of books.

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