Jeff Garlin co-wrote, directed and starred in this flat, aimless comedy skewering the parents of junior baseball players.
Jerry Lewis makes an excruciating return to the bigscreen in this sappy sudser.
Canadian shingle Shaftesbury Films has inked a first-look deal with ABC, offering the Alphabet a flexible, cost-effective approach to development and production.
Kino Lorber's Horizon Movies has acquired all North American rights to Steve Skrovan's comedy "Fred & Vinnie."
Fortunately, "Trust Us With Your Life" comes from the creators of "Whose Line Is It Anyway?" so they -- and ABC -- have nobody to sue but themselves.
"Fred and Vinnie" gently fictionalizes the "Odd Couple"-style screwball-comic relationship between rail-thin actor-screenwriter Fred Stoller and his vastly overweight pal, the late Vinnie D'Angelo…
A terminally lame puberty comedy about a prematurely bald 13-year-old, "Harold" flatlines even a Fred Willard proctologist cameo.
If there's a price to be paid for shooting a comedy like "Best in Show," it's deciding which 90 minutes of material should be culled from some 3,600 minutes actually filmed. This fearsome tidbit is…
Mockumentary from Spinal Tap alumnus Christopher Guest has genuine laughs, but outside the fest circuit "Waiting for Guffman" seems a candidate for cable and homevid rather than theatrical release.
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