She's just not that into you.
I'm not entirely sure how it gets away with it, but 500 Days of Summer manages to bluff a disdain for the conventions of the romantic comedy genre, even as it plays to familiar beats. It has no right to be as delightful as it is. And yet here we...
Weak script outweighs solid performances in stoner comedy.
Ned, played with puppy-boy charm by Paul Rudd, is the idiot of the title but he’s no fool: he’s a sweetheart in a world of egotists and crazies. He’s guileless to the point of dangerous. He’s so honest and nice he’s constantly getting people –...
Lowbrow comedy has too few laughs.
Danny McBride, the co-writer and star of Your Highness, has enjoyed a swift ascension into mainstream comedy ranks since he undertook the same duties five years ago, in the independent feature The Foot Fist Way. Not many people saw it, but...
Justine Last, Jennifer Aniston, works at Rodeo Retail, a supermarket in a small town in Texas. She's married, not very happily, to Phil, John C. Reilly, a house-painter and pot-smoker who seems to prefer the company of his best buddy, Bubba, Tim...