This madcap comedy sees the unlikely duo of Ice Cube and Charlie Day playing two teachers as they prepare to turn their schoolyard into a prison yard. We have no idea why Ice wants to beat up the little guy, but he sure seems pissed.
Melissa Rauch stars in this comedy about an obnoxious, washed up Olympic athlete who has to figure out how to move on in life after her return to “real life.” Also stars Gary Cole, Thomas Middleditch, Sebastian Stan, Cecily Strong, and Haley Lu Richardson.
(PG-13) Key and Peele move on from the small screen with the first of several movies they have in the pipeline. Two ordinary guys find themselves in a world of trouble as they infiltrate a gang to recover their stolen kitten. It’s like John Wick, but without the actual Keanu.
Pee-Wee Herman is back! And this time, he’s on Netflix! The wide-eyed, bow-tied manchild we know and love is headed to the streaming service this March 18, as he heads out on an epic vacation adventure. In other news, Paul Reubens has discovered the fountain of youth.
Sacha Baron Cohen and Mark Strong star in this action comedy about two brothers, separated as children – one who becomes a secret agent, and the other who leads an ordinary life. It looks more charming than madcap, so adjust your expectations accordingly.
(PG-13) Terry Ziegelman’s short film takes us inside the world of a man with a mundane desk job who meets with an untimely end, yet nobody seems to notice. We’re a little concerned about the “Inspired by Actual Events” title at the beginning though.
Do your best Blue Steel and celebrate the return of the dopiest male models ever. But this time, they’re old and lame, as fashion always moves on. Still they find their way to the runway as they must stop a killer who’s taking out the world’s most beautiful people. Yeah.
(PG-13 Language) A new comedy starring Aziz Ansari as a 30-something actor in NYC who struggles with indecisiveness, and becoming an adult in the Big Apple, deftly mixing in the standup’s humor about racial stereotypes and relationships. Drops 11/6 on Netflix.
A first look at the feature film based on HBO’s Entourage. This time, Vincent and his pals have been working on a big budget movie – using Ari’s money. Is it just us, or does Wolf of Wall Street make their antics seem tame? (Thanks Everyone!)
(NSFW: Language) A new HBO comedy series from Mike Judge (Office Space, Beavis & Butthead) about socially awkward computer geeks trying to make it in the world of high-tech startups. Premieres 4/6/14.
Is it just us, or does this trailer have nothing to do with the description of Melissa McCarthy’s latest comedy: “After losing her job and learning that her husband has been unfaithful, a woman hits the road with her profane, hard-drinking grandmother.”
If you like piña coladas and gettin’ caught in the rain, you’re gonna love the latest trailer for the Anchorman sequel, as the legendary reporters face off against the rising tide of diversity in the newsroom. Spoiler: Brick dies. Or not.
Two friends who failed miserably at the pageant circuit when they were kids (and continue to fail miserably at life) have an opportunity to turn back time and set things right. Or not. The comedic cast is top-notch – let’s hope it’s funny.
Ricky Gervais’ comedic better half slash The Office co-creator slash the voice of Portal 2’s Wheatley returns to television in this new series about a dorky guy and his escapades with the ladies. Premieres 9/29/13 on HBO.
The sequel to the suprisingly fun and funny Red adds Anthony Hopkins, Catherine Zeta-Jones and South Korean action star Byung Hun Lee to its awesomely motley crew. Naturally, the old guys continue to kick everyone’s ass.
Yes, we know it looks like Men in Black 4 meets Ghostbusters 3, but we still got a good chuckle out of the trailer for R.I.P.D., a buddy pic about a secret police force charged with cleaning up the streets of dead, but still active criminals.