• Horse Feathers

    Horse Feathers


    To me, this is the quintessential Marx Brothers movie. The jokes are laugh out loud funny, and all of the brothers shine. Harpo gets to play the harp, Chico gets to play the piano, and Zeppo gets to sing. And Groucho gets to be... Groucho, with his many one liners. The football scenes add to the fun, and the madness is perfection from beginning to end.

  • Duck Soup

    Duck Soup


    This is one of the best Marx Brothers movies. The jokes come so fast that it takes multiple viewing to catch them all. Groucho shines as the leader of Freedonia. Harpo and Chico add to the fun, especially when they dress up as Groucho which leads to the classic mirror routine.

  • My Little Chickadee

    My Little Chickadee


    Not the strongest WC Fields movie I have seen, but entertaining none the less. This is also my first Mae West movie. I found it interesting that West and Fields wrote the screenplay for this. It was clearly tailored to set them both up for one liners, opposed to having an actual movie plot. These are two legends doing what they do best.

  • Scenes from a Mall

    Scenes from a Mall


    While Woody Allen and Bette Midler play characters that are horrible people, you enjoy watching them still. And seeing how they interact with each other and air our all of their issues is what makes this an enjoyable watch. And a majority of the film takes place at a mall during their peak of popularity.

  • Men at Work

    Men at Work


    Men at Work is a funny comedy starring the real life brothers, Charlie and Emilio. They have good chemistry together, but the person who shines in this one was Keith David who steals the movie with his great ex-army character who doesn't give a crap about anything. This is a stupid funny movie that can be enjoyed whenever you need a good laugh.

  • Quarantine



    It was filled with scary moments, but it didn't have me on the edge of my seat often. The acting wasn't very good, but it's still an ok horror movie that starts slow and builds with every death that follows.

  • Quantum of Solace

    Quantum of Solace


    I know this an unpopular opinion, but I actually like Quantum of Solace more than Casino Royale. The action scenes are so much better, and Bond's revenge motivation is believable and fuels his anger rampage. I loved it, sue me.

  • Casino Royale

    Casino Royale


    Casino Royale is very fun and entertaining installment to the James Bond series. You can tell that Daniel Craig wasn't quite comfortable yet in the role, but that is ok since the storyline is an origin story of how Bond becomes a 00 agent. I think we could have done without the rope scene though...

  • Quarantine 2: Terminal

    Quarantine 2: Terminal


    The acting isn't very good, and the production definitely had a low budget to work with, but the movie was still watchable. It wasn't as scary as the first one, but had the same claustrophobic feel to it. Rats are the devil.

  • Two Seconds

    Two Seconds


    A great early movie of Edward G Robinson's, where he shows off his acting chops. It is a intriguing concept to have the whole movie take place in the two seconds where Robinson's character is seeing his life flash by while on the electric chair. Very dark, even by today's standards. The courtroom scene was very intense and wonderfully acted.

  • The Comedy of Terrors

    The Comedy of Terrors


    This was a hidden gem that I happened to stumble upon. It is now on my list of my favorite movies. I can not recommend this one enough. Yes, it's silly funny. But I love it. Vincent Price, Peter Lorre, Boris Karloff, and Basil Rathbone? What an amazing cast. Who knew that they all could be so funny? They put the "fun" in funeral homes in this one!

  • The Heat

    The Heat


    Filled with many, many one liners and they are hilarious. Melissa McCarthy is at the top of her game here. The story isn't anything to write home about, but these kinds of movies are there to make you laugh. Goal accomplished.