By Meg Shields
A millennial icon, ‘My Cousin Vinny’ is the patron saint of “fake it till you make it.” Case closed.
At 240 words a minute, Howard Hawks’ comedic romp more than earns its place as the quintessential screwball comedy
By M.G McIntyre
‘Shaun of the Dead’ is the best horror-comedy of all time, and that’s because it has the biggest heart.
By Anna Swanson
Maren Ade’s absurd comedy is laugh-out-loud funny, deeply resonant, and increasingly necessary viewing.
Billy Wilder brought out some of the best comedic acting from the screen legend.
‘Twilight’ almost killed off vampires for good, but a group of weird New Zealanders resurrected the undead.
From Buster Keaton to Andy Samberg, we present a road trip through the history of comedy cinema.
Edgar Wright and Simon Pegg’s action-comedy is so much more than a parody of the genres it plays with.
Girls just want to have fun in this imperfect but entertaining French-Canadian film, now in theaters.