Joy Ride is a raunchy laugh riot that will leave audiences hurting from how hard they’ve been laughing throughout the film. Between No Hard Feelings, Joy Ride, and Bottoms, it’s already a good summer for the raunchy comedy. I’ve seen all three of them and it makes you wonder why studios are not releasing them more often. The latter two films premiered at SXSW, which is a great festival to launch this kind of film.…"Joy Ride: A Raunchy Laugh Riot"
The charming Palm Springs puts a different spin on the romantic comedy genre in a way that will certainly feel familiar to viewers. Nyles (Andy Samberg) takes the attention away from maid of honor Sarah (Cristin Milioti) at her sister’s destination wedding. Her speech was a recipe for disaster so its naturally for the best. Subsequently, the two of them hit it off together. But this film isn’t just about them. No, it’s about Abe…"Sundance 2020: Palm Springs"
Crazy Rich Asians is the big screen flick that injects some new life so desperately needed in the romantic comedy genre. If Netflix had their way, you wouldn’t be seeing the film in theaters. This means that my Netflix-free parents wouldn’t see it at all. Thank G-d a studio wanted to release this film in theaters because it’s a lot of fun. NYU economics professor Rachel Chu (Constance Wu) had no clue what she was getting when…"Crazy Rich Asians Injects Life In Rom-Coms"