Category Comedy

Thunder Force

After the invention of a formula that gives superpowers to ordinary people, two childhood friends who have become improbable superheroines unite to brave crime...

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Earwig and the Witch

Aya grew up in a cozy orphanage since she was a baby and doesn’t know her mother had magical powers. Loved and pampered, the 10-year-old girl never wanted to leave her cocoon and her dear friend Custard...

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Deadpool 3

Guest of the American show Live With Kelly and Ryan last week, Ryan Reynolds has confirmed that the sequel to Deadpool is moving forward. “Yeah, we’re working on it right now with the whole team. We’re in Marvel Studios now, which is like changing divisions. It’s pretty crazy. So yeah, we’re working on it...

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The Hitman’s Wife’s Bodyguard

The bodyguard, Michael Bryce, is hired by Darius and Sonia Kincaid to join them to help them on a mission along the Amalfi Coast...

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Friendsgiving

Abby is looking forward to spending a quiet Thanksgiving evening over a delicious turkey with her best friend, Molly...

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Spenser Confidential

We appreciated the tandem Peter Berg / Mark Wahlberg, but the disappointment generated by “22 Miles” sounded like the film too many in the collaboration of the two friends who had become inseparable since “Blood and Tears”, “Deepwater” and “Hunt for Boston”. Following the very relative box office success of their latest feat of arms, the two men logically left (like many of their colleagues) to rebuild their health on Netflix and, to say the least, is that their new project did not have enough to arouse great enthusiasm on paper as it stirred up well-known ingredients and already, for some, explored by themselves through their common or respective filmographies. Rogue cops, gangs, FBI, murders, conspiracies and obviously the sacrosanct city of Boston in the background … It’s very simple, we almost had the impression of having seen “Spenser Confidential” before even start it, just could we hope that Berg’s talent in terms of action transcends this thriller which we thought we knew everything in advance … Well, on the overall plot of “Spenser Confidential”, we do not was not really mistaken. With his ex-cop slayer of injustices and returning to the bacon of a plot where gravitate various shady strata of the Bostonian landscape, we can not say that the new film of Peter Berg surprises us with its twists or turns out to be very credible by his excessive desire to always personally involve his hero in the stakes. As such, the enormity of the concomitance between a certain murder and his release from prison or that of the revelation around one of the culprits will be particularly difficult to swallow. However, these classic strings of a time-worn detective novel that the film takes great pleasure in handling with the greatest seriousness in the world will ultimately find meaning through their combination with a kind of unexpected coolness of the great buddy-movie. time. Perhaps because he himself is also inspired by a series of books with the same hero, the character of Spenser first appears rather quickly as the Bostonian counterpart of Jack Reacher: a modern vigilante with a big heart, capable lightness thanks to unexpected features of humor in the surrounding darkness but also the most able to respond to violence with violence by not hesitating to chain kicks (or machetes) in the anthill he chose to destroy. But where Jack Reacher acted most of the time solo, Spenser is then rewarded with a team of colorful characters who will further amplify the shock between the casual tone and the dark atmosphere of the feature film. ! The sparks caused by the complementarity between the mad dog Spenser (Mark Wahlberg, very fit) and the quiet strength of the giant Hawk (excellent Winston Duke) will be the best spearhead, recalling the best duets of detective films of the genre of the 90’s. , but the supporting roles around them will not be outdone: Alan Arkin, an obvious patriarch of this recomposed “family”, and, above all, the blonde fury Iliza Shlesinger unleashing her wrath with jubilation at each of her appearances. The very entertaining interactions between this makeshift team and, as expected, Berg’s ability to bring violence to the screen in effective action scenes will make “Spenser Confidential” more than honest entertainment and reconnecting with it. soul of the finest hours of its kind...

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The Prom

Stars of the New York scene, Dee Dee Allen and Barry Glickman are going through a real storm: the last show they put on Broadway at great expense was a resounding failure that suddenly destroyed their careers. At the same time, deep in Indiana, high school student Emma Nolan experiences a whole different kind of grief – despite the principal’s support, the head of the parents’ association has banned her from coming. at the prom with his girlfriend Alyssa. When Dee Dee and Barry realize that they can make Emma’s ordeal a cause to be championed – and thus improve their brand image – they set sail for Indiana, along with Angie and Trent, two. other cynical actors looking to get their careers off the ground...

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Over the Moon

As brilliant as she is passionate about science, a determined young girl builds a rocket to travel to the moon and prove the existence of a legendary moon goddess! It is then that she finds herself embarked on an unexpected quest and that she discovers a magical universe populated by fantastic creatures...

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The Christmas Chronicles 2

This sequel to the “Christmas Chronicles”, this time directed by Chris Columbus, which I admit, rather anxious to see, left me completely unmoved. Indeed, since I was very pleasantly surprised by the first one, I expected a film in the same vein but it’s just pretty bad. Especially since this one is made by Columbus, I had even more expectations! In short, Teddy and Kate are celebrating Christmas this time in the Bahamas but Kate doesn’t like it, she prefers to celebrate Christmas around a hot chocolate and a fireplace. Until then all is well then, until we are invented an old story with an elf in the middle of a teenage crisis who becomes human (boo the greedy and selfish evil humans) who will attract Kate and her brother-in-law to the Santa Claus village. Once again, then, we will have to save Christmas but if the first one was rather original, here everything becomes very cutesy. The first one was also a little silly at times (it’s Christmas at the same time, the family spirit, all that, all that) but there we are so in the stupidity that it becomes really very boring. Suddenly, we follow the adventures of Kate and Santa Claus with a certain boredom because the story is not original and oh so predictable. The “bad guy” has absolutely no charisma, he is even very difficult to bear (his hateful air in particular plays a role in it) and then Jack and Mother Christmas are useless, except to fill the gaps narrative, like most of the secondary characters. Oh yes, Mother Christmas knows how to cook, tell stories and dreams of having kids like any perfect good housewife. It’s very soft, not much is happening, we have a lot of unnecessary scenes, especially the one in the airport which has absolutely nothing to do with the plot and then the end moral which is, like the rest, unbearable and predictable; today we play a lot on acceptance in blended families in particular (add to that the laughable scene in which Jack understands that the snowman cake is useless and that he was able to find the courage himself, blablabla ). We also have the inconsistencies which, even if we are less careful about it with regard to the Christmas films, still make a mark here, in particular when the sled appears above a beach and disappears in a green portal. fluo, apparently it bothers no one. As far as the actors are concerned, we find Kurt Russell and Darby Camp, Judah Lewis is no longer useful (too old I imagine, we really wanted two kids to do even more silly and “Kwismas magic”) and as well as Goldie Hawn, Jazhir Bruno etc. and then Tyrese Gibson, we know he’s there but we don’t know why, if not to bring a little social diversity in a very white family (we are not going to lie to each other either, it fucks her well, especially with the progressive discourse of Netflix)...

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Fatman

A rowdy, unorthodox Santa Claus struggles with his business decline...

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