Only diehard Hoffman completists need to see his appearance in the movie spinoff of the poorly aged Comedy Central cult sitcom.
The underrated teen comedy-drama about a lonely, lovelorn nerd turns 35 this year.
Netflix’s smash hit competitive baking show returns with some pandemic-related changes, but the same joyful silliness.
Wong Kar-wai is economical with dialogue in this 1995 feature, relying on atmosphere & physicality to tell a complete story.
Shudder’s latest is a deeply silly horror-comedy that mostly succeeds in spite of itself.
Amy Poehler directs a smart, insightful comedy about teen girls learning to embrace their power.
Quentin Dupeiux’s convoluted dark comedy is both perplexing and entertaining.
While the script is almost entirely a retread of the original, an engaged and enthusiastic cast makes it worthwhile.
Peacock’s attempt at reviving the classic 80s sitcom with some vague modern touches is as meaningless as it is harmless.
Is it possible to find something good about Dan Aykroyd’s legendary horror/comedy bomb?
Kristen Wiig and Annie Mumolo dust off their Bridesmaids bona fides for a strange sketch-comedy stretched surreally to feature length.
Shudder’s latest is at least as much a relationship drama as a monster movie, but somehow isn’t bad.
Sian Heder directs a touching & funny story of having to choose between dreams & obligation.
A quirky documentary series starring an indie Renaissance man might be just the thing to get you through these troubling times.
Philip Seymour Hoffman plays the ultimate lackey in The Coen Brothers’ gleefully silly stoner comedy.
We talk with the series co-creator, writer and director about finding the balance between darkness and comedy.
The dark comedy continues to be an excellent exploration of millennial ennui.
Steven Soderbergh goes further back to his indie roots with a boatful of talent, loose style, and delightful improv.