(PG-13) From Horrible Bosses, King of Kong and The Goldbergs director Seth Gordon comes a Seth Rogen-style comedy masquerading as a Baywatch reboot. Considering no one asked for it, this is probably the best outcome. Starring Dwayne Johnson, Zac Efron and Alexandra Daddario.
Back in 1981, two of comedy’s greats appeared on the same night on an episode of The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson. Carlin worked the audience with a solid standup routine, then Pryor spoke about his troubled personal life, while still maintaining his sense of humor.
(Gore) Colin loves to give teddy bears to his girlfriends. But when he inevitably breaks up with them, the stuffed toys are left to deal with the aftermath. Now they want payback. Comedy, horror, action and drama – this fun short film has it all.
Green Day’s Billy Joe Armstrong stars in this family comedy as a dad still hoping that his band will get together even after a decade-long “hiatus.” When his family forgets his birthday, he throws an expensive party, inviting his bandmates and their manager.
(PG-13: Language) “I feel like I’m on an iceberg floating away from my f***ing coolness.” Fully Formed Adults is a new comedy web series about three men in their 40s, and how they each refuse to grow up. The first episode is about Josh the teacher.
A department notorious for its office parties is about to get shut down, just when their specialty is needed to impress a client. So they put together the party that will keep them partying. Starring Jennifer Aniston, Jason Bateman, TJ Miller, Kate McKinnon and more.
(PG-13) Alexander Skarsgård and Michael Peña play two corrupt cops in New Mexico who get off on blackmailing and framing each and every criminal they meet in this satirical comedy by John Michael McDonagh (The Guard, Calvary).
(PG-13: Language) Paul Rudd plays a writer who becomes a caregiver in a bid to start anew after his disastrous marriage. His first client is an obnoxious and paralyzed teen played by Craig Roberts (Neighbors). Based on Jonathan Evison’s novel. Premieres 6/24/16 on Netflix.
(PG-13) The Office’s original regional manager David Brent is now a touring rock star. Actually he’s now a traveling salesman, but he’s also a touring rock star. Yes, he’s paying for the band’s tour out of his own pocket! Just, can you not, come on. *sigh*
Paul Dano plays a castaway who finds a corpse, played by Daniel Radcliffe. But the corpse isn’t… fully dead, and he can be used as a variety of objects. A surreal comedy drama that divided audiences at Sundance. Yer a multitool, Harry.
Ricky Gervais and Eric Bana play radio journalists claiming to be in war zones while actually holed up in a New York City apartment. Their scheme backfires when they convince the world that they’ve been kidnapped in Ecuador. Premieres on Netflix on 4/29/16.
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