Ted, starring Mark Wahlberg, Mila Kunis, and Seth MacFarlane, marks the 10th anniversary since its theatrical release in 2012. I’m going to be downright honest. I do mot know what 2012 me ever saw in Ted. It was, apparently, enough to purchase the film on Blu-ray in late November 2013. I wasn’t even writing for then-Flicksided at the time so I can’t even look at a previous review to see what I wrote. I’ll be…"Ted: Raunchy Comedy Marks 10th Anniversary"
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As surprising as it may be, the new star-studded comedy, Queenpins, is based on an outrageously true story about a pair of coupon scammers. Suburban homemaker Connie Kaminski (Kristen Bell) is every cashier’s worst nightmare. You’ve rung her up and have a line of customers behind her. When you least expect it, she pulls out her stack of coupons. And then, you have to deal with all of those. By the time everything is said…"Queenpins: Two Hysterical Buddy Comedies In One"
The Happytime Murders has taken over the slot–previously held by The Room–of being the single-worst movie of all time. Brian Henson, son of the late Jim Henson, takes what we know about muppets and turns it on our heads. Oh wait. They aren’t muppets but Miskreant puppets from Henson Alternative. It makes no difference what the right term is because the film is the most subversive comedy of the year. If you can call it a…"The Happytime Murders: The Worst Film Ever"