Comedy

A Pigeon Sat On A Branch Reflecting On Existence

Tuesday, March 31st, 2015 by Vomitron

A Pigeon Sat On A Branch Reflecting On Existence   01 A pigeon sat on a branch reflecting on existence FB 84x120 reviews drama comedy Director: Roy Andersson
Writer: Roy Andersson
Release Year: 2014
Original Swedish Title: ‘En Duva Satt På En Gren Och Funderade På Tillvaron’

A Pigeon Sat On A Branch Reflecting On Existence   Offscreen 2015 mini logo reviews drama comedy Sweden, we got a problem.

Many characters portray the many absurdities and ridiculous struggles of every day normal life. At the center of all this, we follow a pair of door-to-door sales men who sell funny prank and party items. Of course, they are far from the jolliest bunch of lads themselves to begin with.

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Air Doll

Friday, March 5th, 2010 by Vomitron

Air Doll   Air Doll posterCR 85x120 reviews fantasy drama comedy Director: Hirokazu Koreeda
Writer:
Hirokazu Koreeda based on a manga by Yoshiie Gouda
Release year:
2009
Japanese title:
Kûki Ningyô

Cold hands, warm heart

Air Doll   Offscreen 2010 mini logo reviews fantasy drama comedy Hirokazu Koreeda already gained critical acclaim with splendid features like ‘After Life’ (1998) and ‘Nobody Knows’ (2004). In his latest, Air Doll, Korean actress Du-Na Bae (‘Sympathy For Mr. Vengeance’ & ‘The Host‘) portrays an inflatable sex doll that grows a heart – technically, it’s something closer to a soul and a conscious – leaves her natural bedroom habitat and sets off into the city to discover what life has to offer (and very much unaware of it all). She finds her way to a video store. By far not the worst place to start with your first job.

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An American Carol

Friday, August 7th, 2009 by Perfesser Deviant

An American Carol   AmericanCarolposter 85x120 reviews fantasy comedy Director: David Zucker
Writers: David Zucker, Myrna Sokoloff & Lewis Friedman based on a book by Charles Dickens (who, for some reason, is uncredited)
Release Year: 2008

A classic novel, raped.

Liberal documentary filmmaker Michael Malone (Kevin P. Farley) is trying to end celebration of the 4th of July when the ghost of John F. Kennedy (Chriss Anglin) steps out of his television like Samara and tells him he will be visited by three spirits. The first, and only one who’s more than a cameo, is General George S. Patton (Kelsey Grammer), the second is George Washington (Jon Voight), and the third is Trace Adkins. Around this mangling of Dickens’ classic is wrought a story of terrorist Aziz (Robert Davi) hoping to use Malone to further his goals….

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Angel Above The Devil Below

Sunday, September 16th, 2012 by Perfesser Deviant

Angel Above The Devil Below   Angel Above The Devil Below poster 66x120 reviews horror comedy Director: Dominic Bolla
Writer
: Jon Cutaia
Release Year
: 1974

Ignore the devil behind the meat curtain!

Randy Maldemar (Linda York) is reading a forbidden book of forbidden evil in her forbidden bed while her mother, Turgid (Starlyn Simone) is ‘paying’ George the handyman (Robert Bedford). The Devil – voiced by Lamar Gilbert – comes to Randy’s call and hides himself in her tunnel of love. For the rest of the movie, which plays like a rude parody of The Exorcist, the Devil shouts obscene requests and insults out of Randy’s nether mouth in an attempt to get some attention….

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Attack of the Killer Tomatoes!

Monday, February 15th, 2010 by Perfesser Deviant

Attack of the Killer Tomatoes!    Attack of the Killer Tomatoes poster 2 84x120 sci fi reviews horror comedy Director: John De Bello
Writer
: John De Bello, C.J. Dillon, Steve Peace & Rick Rockwell
Release Year
: 1978

NOM NOM NOM!

Tomatoes have turned evil and are eating people. Jim Richardson (George Wilson) is charged to stop this menace and so brings in Mason Dixon (David Miller) and his team, led by Lt. Wilbur Finletter (Rock Peace), to do the deed. Cub reporter Lois Fairchild (Sharon Taylor) gets involved trying to warn the public about the horrors, but instead becomes a part of everything. If this sounds stupid, it is absolutely stupid, cheerfully and gleefully stupid, so stupid that it votes for the Silly Party candidate, and, as such, is a really fun farce….

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