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Everything Everywhere All At Once (2022) – Dan Kwan

Everything Everywhere All At Once (2022) – Dan Kwan

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With a completely incomprehensible and visual-demanding plot it’s easy to look stunning nowadays.
But nailing it with a well, bagel-circular story is rare.

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To Rome with Love (2012) – Woody Allen

To Rome with Love (2012) – Woody Allen

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Brass-balled Baldwin articulates the angry voice of reason coming from a late self-awareness that reflects the present with polished regret and self-derision.

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‘Downer Ending’ (2014) BoJack Horseman s01e11 – Amy Winfrey

‘Downer Ending’ (2014) BoJack Horseman s01e11 – Amy Winfrey

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The art of creating something successful while taking drugs is for some the needed apparatus and others a misconception. Mind your abyss, control your fantasy,

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‘Fish Out Of Water’ (2016) BoJack Horseman s03e04 – Mike Hollingsworth

‘Fish Out Of Water’ (2016) BoJack Horseman s03e04 – Mike Hollingsworth

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Lost in aquatic-translation. Out of the blue, looking for purpose.
Bubble, bubble – Discovering alternative ways to communicate.
Subtle trouble – Finding alternative version of me.

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Juliette Danielle as ‘Lisa’ – The Room (2003)

Juliette Danielle as ‘Lisa’ – The Room (2003)

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The hard-working element of this cast, which despite her commitment had to act slutty, while being harassed by its romantic counterpart after the cut.

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Dan Janjigian as ‘Chris R’ – The Room (2003)

Dan Janjigian as ‘Chris R’ – The Room (2003)

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The efficient guy who did what he was told, without overcomplicating things.

He was there when a thug was needed – though, actually wasn’t an actor.

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Mike Holmes as ‘Mike’ – The Room (2003)

Mike Holmes as ‘Mike’ – The Room (2003)

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The one loosely acquaintance, who has the random honor of having sex with the hottest female role, while being a childish doofus with face acrobatics.

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Greg Sestero as ‘Mark’ – The Room (2003)

Greg Sestero as ‘Mark’ – The Room (2003)

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The one friend of a lunatic, forced to play the douchebag, but gave a shit and channeled his anger into creating the most ‘whatever’ attitude.

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Kyle Vogt as ‘Peter’ – The Room (2003)

Kyle Vogt as ‘Peter’ – The Room (2003)

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The one third (wheel) party character, only around for friend talks and absolutely non-effecting shenanigans.
Even these comic relief scenes make him more uncomical.

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Phillip Haldiman as “Denny” – The Room (2003)

Phillip Haldiman as “Denny” – The Room (2003)

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The tragically misunderstood man-child mascot of a movie, which had no creative solution for him.
So he became this impossible Gollum-creature, craving for security.

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Tommy Wiseau as actor, producer, writer and director – The Room (2003)

Tommy Wiseau as actor, producer, writer and director – The Room (2003)

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For a long time, this alien-like being was driving his desperate career blindly into the wall.
But in the long run, won mastermind status.

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Robyn Paris as ‚Michelle‘ – The Room (2003)

Robyn Paris as ‚Michelle‘ – The Room (2003)

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The ‘one that stands out’ beauty and mind who’s just there for money and fun.
With the least uncomfortable role, she fulfills her task excellently.

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Tabasco Mosquito Commercial project (1998) – Tabasco

Tabasco Mosquito Commercial project (1998) – Tabasco

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Every TV commercial should be exactly this long and at least this fun not to just suck the blood out of our lifetime and cash.

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Borat Subsequent Moviefilm (2020) – Jason Woliner

Borat Subsequent Moviefilm (2020) – Jason Woliner

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Might be the worst sequel “ever to happen to a man or jew”, but its raunchy, manipulative heart still points generously in the right direction.

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The Disaster Artist (2013) – Greg Sestero, Tom Bissell

The Disaster Artist (2013) – Greg Sestero, Tom Bissell

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“What a story, Mark.“

The long overdue explanation of the black hole character of 2000‘s film industry called Tommy Wiseau and his hilariously catastrophic movie.

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Good Omens (2006) – Terry Pratchett & Neil Gaiman

Good Omens (2006) – Terry Pratchett & Neil Gaiman

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Heavenly hellish.
Hilariously british.
A comedy bit for everyone, especially when you’re british and not so religious.
Narrated by your inner little Alan Rickman voice.

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The Pandemic Special (2020) – South Park

The Pandemic Special (2020) – South Park

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Only a real life pandemic-craze of biblical proportions could stop the world long and deeply enough to let South Park truly be funny again.

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Synchronicity of Brian Posehn (Big Bang Theory), CA

Synchronicity of Brian Posehn (Big Bang Theory), CA

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Aus erstmaligem Blickkontakt nach Mr. Bungle Konzert konnte man den kalifornisch metallischen Fußabdrücken des Show-Darstellers folgen, welche einen Must-buy-Effekt seines Mediums erzeugten.

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Harold and Maude (1971) –  Hal Ashby

Harold and Maude (1971) – Hal Ashby

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This film makes me believe in love. Connection that knows no age, class, or reason. Through each other’s love, both characters become their best selves.

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Thursday (1998) – Skip Woods

Thursday (1998) – Skip Woods

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Brightly lit indie truffle full of good dialog with intimately framed characters who are strong in blood and flavor including the most fatal femme fatale.

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The Wrecking Crew (1968) – Phil Karlson

The Wrecking Crew (1968) – Phil Karlson

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Mehr eine sexy Spionage-Komödie mit überbesetzter „Crew“, welche zu stark Werbung für den Dean Martin Soundtrack macht. Gewann mehr Lorbeeren durch Tates kultbehaftetes Ableben.

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Get the Gringo (2012) – Adrian Grünberg (Coincidental IMDB 25-WR)

Get the Gringo (2012) – Adrian Grünberg (Coincidental IMDB 25-WR)

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“A career criminal nabbed by Mexican authorities is placed in a tough prison where he learns to survive with the help of a young boy.”

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Buffalo ’66 (1998) – Vincent Gallo

Buffalo ’66 (1998) – Vincent Gallo

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All romantic comedies should be independent passion projects by law, the breaking of which should be punished by force feeding the perpetrator with commercial crap.

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Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping (2016) – Akiva Schaffer, Jorma Taccone (Coincidental Rotten Tomatoes 25-WR)

Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping (2016) – Akiva Schaffer, Jorma Taccone (Coincidental Rotten Tomatoes 25-WR)

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Never Stop Never Stopping updates the rock mockumentary for the 21st century mainstream — and hits many of its low-hanging targets with side-splitting impact.

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Get the Gringo (2012) – Adrian Grünberg

Get the Gringo (2012) – Adrian Grünberg

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Efficiently entertaining action comedy build around Mel Gibson’s bullseye charm with which both his personal and crew effectiveness are borderline groundbreaking at a snappy pace.

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What About Bob? (1991) – Frank Oz

What About Bob? (1991) – Frank Oz

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Hey, don´t hassle Bob, he´s alright and local. Hassle yourself into a new reality instead, because the one you know does does not apply anymore.

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O Brother, Where Art Thou? (2000) – The Coen Brothers

O Brother, Where Art Thou? (2000) – The Coen Brothers

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Highly original take on Homer’s odyssey in the rural 1930’s space, where bank robberies and racism are still a thing that could get you killed.

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Raising Arizona (1987) – The Coen Brothers

Raising Arizona (1987) – The Coen Brothers

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An early proof of astounding pop-culture re-wiring prowess by bringing the screwball comedy (out of all dungeon-dead formulas) back to the mainstream

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Office Space (1999) – Mike Judge

Office Space (1999) – Mike Judge

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The breaking point in a man’s heart & mind contains nothing but shards of echoing contempt in his biosphere whereas others are martialled by cubicles.

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Kingpin (1996) – The Farrelly Brothers

Kingpin (1996) – The Farrelly Brothers

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The pain of being a has-been and staying hooked in the past with one hand while trying to make yourself vomit with the other.

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Anti-Smoking Graphic Image Campaign – Nelson Tobacco

Anti-Smoking Graphic Image Campaign – Nelson Tobacco

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Hilarious both to smokers and non-smokers, parents and non-parents alike is the Putin-looking baby about to baptize-burn his Death-wishing mouth.

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National Lampoon’s European Vacation (1985) – Amy Heckerling

National Lampoon’s European Vacation (1985) – Amy Heckerling

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The Griswold kids got much uglier but the parents expand on themselves. Chase tilts his character‘s sanity into a benchmark-trend that runs solid today.

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The Big Lebowski (1998) – The Coen Brothers

The Big Lebowski (1998) – The Coen Brothers

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From a jurassic VHS era where unpopular releases survived by the skin of their toothless box-office insignificance to now when people can’t get enough.

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The Road to Wellville (1994) – Alan Parker

The Road to Wellville (1994) – Alan Parker

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Never neglect a beautiful woman the doctor says. You better do what he says or he´ll be sure to beat the Kelloggs out of you.

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Baskets (2016) – Louis C.K., Zach Galifianakis, Jonathan Krisel

Baskets (2016) – Louis C.K., Zach Galifianakis, Jonathan Krisel

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Louie Anderson’s first appearance instantly disappears winning you over for the rest of the series. Galifianakis and company grow on you like you wouldn’t believe.

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Groundhog Day (1993) – Harold Ramis

Groundhog Day (1993) – Harold Ramis

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This existential winter May never end, but Bill Murray, a disoriented rodent and romance will sustain you. When time stands still, you can do anything.

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Nobody’s Baby (2001) – David Seltzer

Nobody’s Baby (2001) – David Seltzer

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An almost invisible Gary Oldman is betrayed only by his exuding greatness while saving a motion picture that will chapstick you in many uncomfortable places.

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Withnail & I (1987) – Bruce Robinson

Withnail & I (1987) – Bruce Robinson

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Here´s where you write. Delete this text to set the Word Count to back to zero but do make sure you stay between the signs.

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National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation (1989) – Jeremiah S. Chechik

National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation (1989) – Jeremiah S. Chechik

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An accident-chased Clark sharpens his daredevil act to get everyone closer together and share his incandescent vision of what Christmas should be all about.

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The Man in the White Suit (1951) – Alexander Mackendrick

The Man in the White Suit (1951) – Alexander Mackendrick

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Hunting down the single cleanest man on Earth to make him dirty like the rest of us is not such an easy task after all.

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The King of Comedy (1982) – Martin Scorsese

The King of Comedy (1982) – Martin Scorsese

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Don’t let anybody tell you who you are all your life and be a schmuck. Period. There’s always a way and here’s one of them.

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Rosebud (1993) The Simpsons: (05×04) – Wesley Archer

Rosebud (1993) The Simpsons: (05×04) – Wesley Archer

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Incontrovertible argument in incredible 20-minute “Citizen Kane”-nod form, permanently proving the fabled “golden age of Simpsons episodes” to be a very real thing.

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This Is Spinal Tap (1984) – Rob Reiner

This Is Spinal Tap (1984) – Rob Reiner

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The Jane Fonda of rockumentaries that also happens to be a comedy that mock-documents a fictional rock band that has become realer than life.

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Waiting for Guffman (1996) – Christopher Guest

Waiting for Guffman (1996) – Christopher Guest

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As fun as playing with “My Dinner with Andre” action figures. “Second City TV” has an incredible Guest director. Only thing missing is John Candy.

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Life of Brian (1979) – Terry Jones

Life of Brian (1979) – Terry Jones

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The crowd-conversation scene needs cutting, other than that it´s still hilarious as a clever compilation of statements and jokes that would never fly today.

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Dinosaurs (1991–1994) – Jim Henson

Dinosaurs (1991–1994) – Jim Henson

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Somehow a much more realistic depiction of family life than all the other human-based sitcoms that canned a whole generation with fake, featherless laughter.

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Groundhog Day (1990) – Harold Ramis

Groundhog Day (1990) – Harold Ramis

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Define limbo…okay, now redefine it in a commercial 1990´s existential rom-com way with a sexually obtuse female character and a wasted Chris Elliot.

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Quick Change (1990) – Howard Franklin, Bill Murray

Quick Change (1990) – Howard Franklin, Bill Murray

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A clown master class from the all-time deadpan samurai Bill Murray supported by a Kabuki Quaid, a fabulous Gena and an infallible Jason Robards.

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The Hudsucker Proxy (1994) – The Coen Brothers

The Hudsucker Proxy (1994) – The Coen Brothers

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Fast-talking world of abounding opportunities one could grab but only after first figuring out how to get out of the revolving rat-race ring.

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Relentless (1992) – Bill Hicks

Relentless (1992) – Bill Hicks

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Beautifully ballsy Bill Hicks lectures us on having nothing but actual hicks to represent us when the flying saucers come size us up and conquer.

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Breakfast of Champions (1999) – Alan Rudolph

Breakfast of Champions (1999) – Alan Rudolph

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A house-of-mirrors flashback that is presented in full-length dream sequence format adorned with a mental-ward cast that is nothing but wonderful.

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Review (2014–2017) – Jeffrey Blitz

Review (2014–2017) – Jeffrey Blitz

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Much sexier but not ready to descend all the way down into hell like the Australian source material does. Still hilarious despite excessive self-referencing.

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Small Time Crooks (2000) – Woody Allen

Small Time Crooks (2000) – Woody Allen

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Starts out with the traditionally hilarious criminal incompetence of “Dog Day Afternoon” (1975) or “Welcome to Collinwood” (2002) continuing with an embroidered “The Jerk“ (1979).

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The Nice Guys (2016) – Shane Black

The Nice Guys (2016) – Shane Black

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L.A.: Zwei Detective auf der chaotischsten Ermittlung – Tote Pornostars, Auftragskiller, Meerjungfrauen, „Nixon!.“
Ein surrealer Walzer zwischen Pech, Glück und hinreißender Komik im angemessenen Takt. “word”.

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Throw Momma from the Train (1987) – Danny DeVito

Throw Momma from the Train (1987) – Danny DeVito

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Strangers on a Hitchcock trail of Oedipus-fears unbalancing one another away from the spinelessness they choke with. DeVito and Ramsey shine with tremendous enthusiasm.

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Beetlejuice (1988) – Tim Burton

Beetlejuice (1988) – Tim Burton

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BEETLEJUICE is the American Monthy Python. BEETLEJUICE is an 80’s German Expressionism medallion pierced cleanly by Keaton’s sharp comedic perfection. BEETLEJUICE reads like stereo instructions.

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Green Book (2018) – Peter Farrelly

Green Book (2018) – Peter Farrelly

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Klassisches Aufeinandertreffen zweier unterschiedlicher Generationen verkörpert durch gegenseitiges an die Wand spielen.
Herzliche Reise durch die Staaten der 60er mit musikalischer Seele und ordinärem Humor.

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The Mule (2018) – Clint Eastwood

The Mule (2018) – Clint Eastwood

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Kommt Alter, kommt Langeweile.
Warum nicht also seine perfekte Tarnung ausnutzen und Leben genießen?
Gegenseitiges Lernen verschiedener Generationen, Rentner trifft Kartell.
Spannende Idee humoristisch umgesetzt.

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Mallrats (1995) – Kevin Smith

Mallrats (1995) – Kevin Smith

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Nerdy humorvolles Low-Budget-Break-Up-Drama mit jugendlichem Charme im Einkaufszentrum.
Jay und Silent Bob und Stan Lee‘s bester Cameo.

Ein Film für mich.

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Down and Out in Beverly Hills (1986) – Paul Mazursky

Down and Out in Beverly Hills (1986) – Paul Mazursky

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What´s in the mind of a man sheltering competing strangers other than the good ol´ Death-wish asking the betrothed to collect their scattered spouses.

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Death to Smoochy (2002) – Danny DeVito

Death to Smoochy (2002) – Danny DeVito

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A vividly-colored dark comedy that gets away with retrofitting collective taboos into sanguine-satire elements affecting and infecting us with massive charm and mischief.

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The Jerk (1979) – Carl Reiner

The Jerk (1979) – Carl Reiner

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You’re not really a jerk unless you actually know better. Hilarious comedy with a ridiculous premise running over a classic storyline with a dirt bike.

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Confessions of a Dangerous Mind (2002) – George Clooney

Confessions of a Dangerous Mind (2002) – George Clooney

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Wise men say only fools rush into a dating game show and fall in love with themselves on television—but the wisest run the show.

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Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse (2018) – Bob Persichetti

Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse (2018) – Bob Persichetti

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Sonys erfolgreicher Versuch ein neues Universum zu erschaffen, welches frische Optik dank Cell-Shade Grafik und nie verfilmte Charaktere hervorbringt. Comicnerds hoffen auf weitere Glanztaten…

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Salvation Boulevard (2011) – George Ratliff

Salvation Boulevard (2011) – George Ratliff

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Very serious comical take on a single star system in the disbelief-suspended galaxy of organized religion and their Bonde-esque villains coloring it all.

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Nothing but Trouble (1989) – Dan Aykroyd

Nothing but Trouble (1989) – Dan Aykroyd

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This is what happens when cocaine and a healthy budget meet each other, fall deeply in love and decide to make a beautiful baby together.

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Review with Myles Barlow (2008–2010) – Phil Lloyd, Trent O’Donnell

Review with Myles Barlow (2008–2010) – Phil Lloyd, Trent O’Donnell

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As dark as allowed, as hilarious as it can be. Should become a welcomed acquired taste for those who first started with the American remake.

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The Predator (2018) – Shane Black

The Predator (2018) – Shane Black

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Zwei Predator, Weirdo-Protagonistensquad vs. Regierungsteam = wild aneinandergereihte SciFi-Action und One-liner-Coolness dank MCU-Humor. Enttäuschend für Fans. Erheiternd für heutige Filmgänger.

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Married with Aliens (1992) Married with Children: 05×07 – Gerry Cohen

Married with Aliens (1992) Married with Children: 05×07 – Gerry Cohen

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Mad men they lock up, mad dogs they shoot. Rare to find a comedy show not ruined by condescending canned laughter that no one needs.

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Prehistoric Ice Man (1999) South Park: (02×18) – Trey Parker & Matt Stone

Prehistoric Ice Man (1999) South Park: (02×18) – Trey Parker & Matt Stone

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Hilarious comedy premised on the ridiculous amount of cultural changes happening in the late nineties in a world looking back to a century gone by.

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Box of Moonlight (1996) – Tom DiCillo

Box of Moonlight (1996) – Tom DiCillo

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All bets are off when off the grid you go, except for betting on life itself which can look, feel and sound like nothing before.

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The Matador (2005) – Richard Shepard

The Matador (2005) – Richard Shepard

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Finding true truant-camaraderie in some of the darkest, yet most sought-after corners of this open-bar planet of ours can sometimes be beautiful.

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Bushworld Adventures (2018) – Rick & Morty

Bushworld Adventures (2018) – Rick & Morty

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Alternative Realität wo Rick mit manischen Tendenzen ein sinnfreies „Abenteuer“ anstrebt während Morty mit egalitärer Passivität ins offene, ahnungslose Ende folgt. Ein Spiegel unserer Gesellschaft.

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Where’s Poppa? (1970) – Carl Reiner

Where’s Poppa? (1970) – Carl Reiner

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What do you do when you´ve made it to grownup with a nice girl on the horizon but your mind-molesting mother is still around?

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