This Canadian/ Brazilian coproduction is an ambitious and clever Kaufmanesque comedy with plenty of talent behind it. For a mixed media meta good time, go see Zoom.
Melissa McCarthy and co. deliver some laugh-out-loud moments in The Boss, but are laughs loud enough to make up for the rest?
Zoom TIFF 2015 Review
Thanks to a great cast and a solidly witty script, the raunchy rom-com That Burning Feeling rises above its modest and sometimes contrived trappings.
The Canadian black comedy Cottage Country has all the potential elements for success: a beautiful locale, actors who can pull off great comedy, and a story with loads of potential on paper. Unfortunately, it never gels the way it should becoming oddly too sweet for the darkness to play with any real balance.
About 15 minutes into Tucker & Dale, you will think to yourself: why did no one have this brilliant idea before? Maybe if they did, it would not the work of horror comedy genius that this film is. While initially worried that I saw all the best jokes in the trailer, I was amazed at how Craig and Jurgenson kept the entire film fresh and brilliantly funny.