Bros is a desperately needed studio LGBTQ romantic comedy that has been long-overdue for many years at the box office. It is ridiculously absurd that LGBTQ people still have a hard time seeing themselves in studio comedies. Why is it so hard for studios to make LGBTQ comedies? What makes this film different from Happiest Season is that nobody is going back in the closet, thank G-d. I’ll be happy if I never see another…"Bros – Toronto 2022"
The Bros-Mobile hits Chicago this weekend during its nationwide tour leading up to the film’s world premiere in Toronto. What is the Bros-mobile? It is a 44-seat mobile movie theater that is currently touring the United States. Exclusive footage from Bros will be presented on an 18-foot screen during the tour, which started on August 11 and runs through September 9 when the film premieres during the Toronto International Film Festival. The Chicago stop is…"Bros-Mobile Hits Chicago This Weekend"
Forgetting Sarah Marshall still holds up fourteen years after the raunchy comedy was released in theaters back in 2008. One year after Seth Rogen broke through in Knocked Up and Jonah Hill did the same in Superbad, it was Jason Segel’s turn. Obviously, he was already starring on How I Met Your Mother at this point. But being in the Judd Apatow-produced film gave Segel a way to show off his raunchy side with a…"Forgetting Sarah Marshall Holds Up After 14 Years"
Neighbors, which pits a married couple against a frat house, remains a laugh riot some seven years following its SXSW premiere in 2014. Mac (Seth Rogen) and Kelly Radner (Rose Byrne) are in the early stages of adjusting to parenthood. They have an infant daughter, Stella, so they can’t party with Jimmy Blevins (Ike Barinholtz) and his ex-wife, Paula (Carla Gallo), like they used to. Oh, the good old days! Mac and Kelly soon get…"Neighbors: Comedy Remains A Laugh Riot"