With bird-size servings, The Menu allows you to nibble on this dark comedy in bits before the next course arrives, leaving you laughing and hungry till the end.
Though far from perfect, Black Adam manages to deliver a mildly entertaining film thanks to some characters and action sequences doing the heavy lifting.
Sung Kang’s Shaky Shivers shines with zany humor. With an oddball cast, plot and music this wacky film is an outlandish send up for ’80s-loving adults.
The Geek Hitman Volume 1 delivers laugh after laugh with dynamic, memorable characters you automatically latch onto in this world of hitman meets otaku.
The Loneliest Boy In The World may look like a visual breath of fresh air, but the focus on appearances leaves comedic execution by the wayside.
Triangle of Sadness is a dark comedy, the hilarity is not rom-com style or even dramedy, but morbid, with an Animal Farm resemblance. A couple of influencers, not yet wealthy but collecting free stuff for a plug, wind up on a cruise that goes downhill. At almost two and half hours long, Triangle of Sadness, directed by Ruben Östlund, delivers snickering humor about the disconnectivity and excess of the wealthy.