Lynn Shelton’s SWORD OF TRUST Gets a Trailer

IFC has posted the trailer for Lynn Shelton‘s upcoming comedy Sword of Trust, which involves a pawn shop owner (Marc Maron) attempting to sell a sword that supposedly proves the South actually won the war. The film also stars Jillian Bell, Michaela

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Amazon has released a new trailer for the upcoming comedy Brittany Runs a Marathon, starring Jillian Bell, Michaela Watkins, Utkarsh Ambudkar, Lil Rel Howery, and Micah Stock. Bell plays a hard partying New Yorker whose life takes an unexpected turn after she discovers

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BEING FRANK Starring Jim Gaffigan Gets a Clip

A new clip for the upcoming comedy Being Frank has been released, which stars Jim Gaffigan as a man who, as is son discovers, has a separate secret family. The film is directed by Miranda Bailey and also stars Logan Miller, Anna

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Netflix Comedy ALWAYS BE MY MAYBE Trailer

Netflix has released a trailer for its upcoming comedy Always Be My Maybe starring Ali Wong, Randall Park, Michelle Buteau, Vivian Bang, Karan Soni, Charlyne Yi, Daniel Dae Kim, James Saito, Keanu Reeves, and Lyrics Born.

The film is directed by Nahnatchka

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Miranda Bailey’s BEING FRANK Trailer

The trailer has been released for the upcoming comedy Being Frank from director Miranda Bailey. The film involves a son who sneaks off to spring break only to find his father is not only there, but has a secret family. The film

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Sci-Fi Comedy MEGA TIME SQUAD Gets a Trailer

Dark Sky Films has released the trailer for the upcoming sci-fi comedy Mega Time Squad, in which a low-level thug gets his hands on a bracelet that allows him to travel two minutes into the past. The film is directed by Tim

Bo Burnham’s EIGHTH GRADE Gets a Trailer

A24 has released a new trailer for Bo Burnham‘s upcoming coming of age comedy Eighth Grade. The film stars Elsie Fisher as an awkward eighth grader attempting to navigate the tricky waters of adolescence- something most of us know all too well.



Podcast: Episode 249 – LITTLE BOXES

This week on the show Adam and Kevin take a look at the newly released indie dramedy Little Boxes from director Rob Meyer. Other films discussed include Lupin III, Midnight Meat Train, the first three movies in the new season of MST3K (Reptilicus,

Doug Archibald’s I LOVE YOU BOTH Gets a Trailer

Magnolia has released the trailer for the upcoming comedy I Love You Both, which tells the story of twins who end up dating the same guy and realize they must finally choose to live their own separate lives. The film marks the

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Back in 2011, director Joe Swanberg created a little indie film called Uncle Kent, which took a semi-biographical look at the life of Kent Osborne, a writer and animator for such shows as Adventure Time and Spongebob Squarepants.


TED 2 Gets a New Red Band Trailer

Universal Pictures has released a new red band trailer for Ted 2, the comedy sequel starring Mark Wahlberg and his lovable but vulgar teddy bear voiced by director Seth MacFarlane. The film also stars Amanda Seyfried, Liam Neeson, Giovanni RibisiJohn Slattery, and Morgan

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Tribeca 2015: APPLESAUCE Review

That’s a question you might ask yourself early on while watching Applesauce, the latest from writer/director Onur Tukel as it serves as the jumping off point for his tried and true brand of acerbic comedy. And, if you’re familiar with Tukel’s propensity to play rather unlikeable, yet somehow appealing, characters you might ask yourself “how in the world is Tukel playing a high school teacher?” Furthermore, what class demands him to teach these kids about empathy?

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Tribeca 2015: TENURED Review

Adapted from his short film Teacher of the Year from 2012, Chris Modoono’s Tenured is an uproariously funny story about a tenured 5th-grade teacher on the verge of a complete emotional breakdown after his wife leaves him and his cushy do-nothing job becomes threatened. Through a smart and consistently funny script, Modoono crafts a film that manages to be hilarious and, dare I say, touching without losing its sense of humor.