When this parody of tedious music biopics was first released, it didn’t do so well. Now, however, it’s being appreciated for the comedic masterpiece it is. While being pretty unreasonable, “Walk Hard” lacks the unruly eccentricity of other parodies but makes up for it with well-executed shots that land right on target.
It cost almost $35 million, and unfortunately, it didn’t do as well as expected. It managed to gross only $20 million, which barely covered to cost. When it was released, there was speculation that the story was based on the life of a real rock star; however, we are here to clear the burly clouds. Dewey Cox is 100% fiction.
Juno's profoundly quirky dialogue and distinctive script match bright performances in a coming-of-age tale with a 21st-century twist. We've seen a lot of movies in our time, but this one is really unique and pretty sweet. With witty quotes like "honest to blog" and "he's the cheese to my macaroni," the script featuring a pregnant teenager still manages to be realistic and much deserving of all the praise it's gotten so far.
Ellen Page's acting abilities are incredible, and she is definitely one of the reasons behind the success of the movie. The superb soundtrack is another thing worth mentioning, being so young, free, and catchy.
My Big Fat Greek Wedding
"My Big Fat Greek Wedding" is the rom-com we recommend you see at least once if not multiple times. Though it sometimes feels like a TV sitcom, the movie is sweet and delightfully eccentric, with a sharp script and deft leading performances. It's a comforting movie that will leave you feeling warm and fuzzy inside.
But let's not forget the terrific performances of Michael Constantine and Nia Vardalos as the leading characters. Besides being funny, the movie teaches us so much. It shines a light on being faithful to tour heritage and culture that a large family is a total blessing, and true love is real.
While the fashion world isn’t exactly a difficult subject for satire, Ben Stiller’s tale of absurd pretension has such great quips and one-liners that it’s hard not to bellow with laughter. It's quite challenging to overstate just how influential "Zoolander" has been on comedy in the 21st century.
With stellar performances from Ben Stiller and Will Ferrell, the movie is jam-packed with funny gags. Some say that 'Zoolander" is Ben Stiller's funniest movie. It is surprisingly entertaining, makes fun of first-class celebrities, and reflects his real thoughts about fame. Being raucously silly and a waste of time.
Thick accents abound in this crime-comedy that's filled with a star-studded cast. Yes, it's morbid and dark but also extremely entertaining. We certainly recommend this if you enjoy British comedy and especially if you like a bit of action. The movie features a dizzying swirl of snappy dialogue, interwoven narratives, and wildly-conceived characters, from gangsters to street-fighting gypsies.
Guy Ritchie's film proves to be a decidedly fun film for those wanting to laugh. The film has two storylines, which initially is supposed to make the storyline complicated; however, the sophisticated humor ( what else would you expect from a Brit?) paint all in pink.