Movie fans are the reviewers on Filmbuffet. Over the years, some movies have inspired the inner critic of members more than others. This collection of comedy movies were good (or in some cases bad) enough to have inspired members to write reviews.
Based on an incredible real-life experience, 50/50 is a funny, touching and original story of friendship, love, and survival. See what movie fans had to say about this film.
Now everyone has had a bad boss at some point in their career. Although, most likely not quite as bad as the bosses in this 2011 comedy. Movie reviewers on Filmbuffet all agree this comedy earns 4 out of 5 stars. See what fellow movie fans had to say by reading the member movie reviews here.
Even the best plans don’t always work out. In this Academy Award nominated movie, Pat Solitano (Bradley Cooper) lost everything - his house, his job, and his wife. Movie fans loved this film with several giving the film 5 out of 5 stars. Perhaps Natalhy Chang said it best in her movie review of the film, “Impecable from the start to ending.”
Remakes aren’t always a good idea. Will Ferrell makes this remake watchable according to Prinz Lee in his movie review of this film.
A movie that didn’t generate much of a following at first, YOUTH IN REVOLT is an outrageous and heartwarming tale of Nick Twisp (Michael Cera) and his quest to win the heart of Sheeni (newcomer Portia Doubleday). Fans on Filmbuffet rate the film at 3 out of 5 stars. If it’s one you haven’t seen yet, check out the film reviews to decide if it’s one to add to your “plan to see” list.
Over the past few years, writer/director Judd Apatow (The 40-Year-Old Virgin, Knocked Up) has shown that nothing, not even losing your virginity or the miracle of childbirth, is sacred. In this film, one reviewer states “Apatow has once again fashioned a solid feature that not only demonstrates his maturity as a filmmaker, but stands independent of his previous and successful work.”
A comedy rated highly by movie fans, The Proposal provides romantic comedy enthusiasts with a wonderful cast and story. Sandra Bullock plays a high-powered book editor facing deportation to her native Canada. To keep her in the states she declares she’s engaged to her assistant Andrew (Ryan Reynolds).
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