There was nothing hip about Karen and Richard, and that’s why they succeeded.
Albert Brooks made two comedy albums in the ’70s. Both have stood the test of time.
There are a million reasons why The Secret Life Of Walter Mitty should not exist.
Popdose would like to provide one lucky reader with a code to watch “Frances Ha” on SundanceNow.
Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson are back at it. The stars of the hit comedy, The Wedding Crashers, reunite for The Internship starring as two salesmen who find themselves suddenly…
Kon-Tiki hits American theaters this week, months after it was nominated for the Best Foreign Film Oscar. It’s a narrative retelling of Kon-Tiki, the 1951 Academy-Award winning documentary directed by…
Sci-fi comedy is the order of business, as we look at two new Blu-rays: The Watch and the 1989 cult hit, Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure.
A look at Ben Stiller’s fantasy comedy in this week’s Basement Songs.
This week — a week late, to be perfectly honest — we revisit the dog days of summer ’98!
Jeff Giles: So…is Brett Ratner going to make Eddie Murphy funny again? Let us discuss. David Medsker: I saw this in front of Cowboys and Aliens (which is all sorts…
A mystery landed on the Popdose doorstep: the treatment for Jennifer Aniston’s upcoming “Fooling April” — The horror, the horror.
There’s an awful lot that Popdose’s Dw. Dunphy doesn’t get. Here’s something else.
What happens when pop culture forces collide, and why do they almost always suck? Matt Wardlaw, Michael Parr, and Dave Lifton discuss it on the Popdose Podcast!
If IÁ¢€â„¢m going to remain true to the movie, then the only way to describe Soul Men is to call it one motherfucking funny film.Á‚ If that statement in any…