(PG-13) Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri is a comedy drama starring Frances McDormand as a mother who is frustrated with the lack of progress in her daughter’s murder case. She puts up three billboards to rile things up. Directed by Martin McDonagh (In Bruges).
(PG-13: Language) Netflix gives us a very small taste of Dave Chappelle’s comeback stand-up comedy special. The video combines two of Chappelle’s most recent US tours into one. 3/21/17 can’t come soon enough.
(PG-13) An ex-cop spends 6 years in prison for attempted murder. But back outside, it’s as if time stopped, and he can’t escape from his past mistakes. In short, his life has turned into a Coen Brothers film. Nikolaj Coster-Waldau stars in this Netflix-exclusive comedy. Drops 4/28/17.
“I’ve met OJ Simpson on four different occasions. That’s like seeing Bigfoot riding a unicorn.” On 3/21/17, one of the smartest and funniest comedians ever to walk this planet will drop not one, but two comedy specials. Thank you based Netflix. Now where’s Ja?!
“All you do is yell at each other. You’re not friends.” Groot says hi, Gamora channels Marvel vs. Capcom, Drax kills a spaceship, Rocket laughs maniacally, and Peter meets someone special in the first full trailer for Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2.
This guy shrieks. We know Jared is either missing a few screws or has too many screwed in, but it looks like Richard is going to become the craziest one in the latest chapter of the Pied Piper saga. The new season premieres 4/23/17.
Netflix’s Valentine’s Day film stars Bob Odenkirk as a once great writer who now makes a living writing greeting cards. His quest to regain his touch becomes even more complicated when their state announces a greeting card contest for a new holiday.
The 60-second extended ad spot for Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 gives us more Star-Lord, Gamora, Drax, Yondu, Rocket, and Baby Groot, along with a little facetime with Mantis, and more than an inkling that Fleetwood Mac will make the soundtrack this time.
(PG-13: Language) “Adolf Hitler is the Michael Jordan of evil.” He’s not Billy the Kidless anymore, but the loud-mouthed comedian shows no signs of mellowing down in his latest stand-up special. Exclusively available on Netflix.
(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.
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