Pete Davidson's new series lives up to its namesake in an uneven debut season.
Our look at Nicholas Stoller's BROS from TIFF 2022.
The King of Staten Island isn’t Judd Apatow’s funniest film to date, but it’s arguably his most heartfelt and endearing.
The Big Sick is still worth seeing even though every interview the writers have done spoils the ending.
This week we are joined by a hilarious co-host Andrew Ivimey to talk all the latest in film, TV, comics, and games!
Is Amy Townsend from Trainwreck the closest we've come to a modern-day Sally?
Our film editor was asked to contribute to a list of dozens of "sleeper hits" that can currently be rented free of charge from Bay Street Video in Toronto. Given the vague definition of the term, here is why he chose his films on the list and gives recommendations for other films to pair alongside the free rentals.
Despite not being able to fully balance the autobiographical elements of This is 40 within his top heavy screenplay, Judd Apatow still delivers a loose, but satisfying slice of life comedy.
Following a successful trip to New York, herself, Sasha James returns to give us a rundown of the 6th episode of HBO's Girls, this time with producer Judd Apatow at the helm, the action taking place in Michigan, and with a lot more Goo Goo Dolls.
After a week away, Sasha James returns to give us our weekly re-cap of HBO's Girls, the show that took four episodes to get around to mentioning brunch.
While it will probably appeal to the most adoring fans of producer Judd Apatow and star Jason Segel, The Five-Year Engagement is a mean spirited, mostly unoriginal comedy that can never decide if it wants to pander to women or to bros, when it's a plot clearly designed to pander to the latter.
Sasha James returns for a recap of the second episode of HBO's Girls, the show that no matter if you love it or hate it, looks like it's staying around for a while.
Sasha James takes us through the debut episode of HBO's Girls. You might have heard of this one.
We take a look back at the winners and losers of the first quarter of 2012 in the world of film.