Eddie’s back! Netflix’s Dolemite pic is the feel-good movie of the year
“You’re going to spend the best part of two hours grinning at the screen”
Paul Rudd’s best roles, from wooing Juliet to hanging out with Ron Burgundy
Nobody lights up the screen with nice guy charm quite like Paul Rudd.
Cowabunga! A rotting costume from Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 3 has been rediscovered
It’s definitely cursed, but it’s also only priced at $27,460 AUD.
Between Two Ferns: The Movie is a jumbo-sized take on satirical interview series
Story-wise it ain’t much, but it’s all just an excuse to watch celebrities squirm.
Good Boys is what you want from a tween comedy laced with F-bombs, sex toys and drugs
Teen comedy tropes get appropriately scaled down to 12-year-olds.
Matt Berry’s comedy genius, Taika Waititi’s cameo, and Year of the Rabbit
A new show streaming on NEON will thrill fans of Berry’s saucy pauses and exaggerated inflectionssssss-ahh.
Why can’t we be friends? The best buddy action comedies
Stuber is the latest in a long line of buddy comedies, revolving around mismatched partners forced to overcome their differences.
Sally4Ever and the loathsomely toxic comedy brilliance of Julia Davis
Paul Casserly on Julia Davis’ career, creator of some of the best worst people of all time
Netflix’s Someone Great tepidly tries to cross Broad City with Blue Valentine
“Easily the best thing about Someone Great is its cast.”
From the red carpet, Long Shot cast share their favourite rom-coms
Theron, Rogen, Raphael, Jackson & Patel share their faves.
The first glowing reactions from Kiwis who’ve seen Long Shot are in
Our preview audiences praised the crowd-pleasing rom-com
10 things I love about 10 Things I Hate About You, the greatest teen movie of all time
Just how good is this classic teen movie? Jenna Guillaume counts the ways.
Taika and Jemaine on doing What We Do In the Shadows for US TV
“This one, we had money. But we also had bosses.”
What made the criminally under-seen Game Night one of 2018’s best comedies?
Sarah Dillaman counts all the ways.
Understanding The Dude: revisiting The Big Lebowski’s gloriously kooky characters
Twenty years after The Big Lebowski first arrived in cinemas, critic Luke Buckmaster revisits this inimitable comedy to see what makes it tick.