The Disorderly Orderly (1964)

The legendary Jerry Lewis brings his antics to the medical field in this hilarious classic that does have bits of serious drama but ends with a chase scene that only Lewis could be capable of dishing out. Jerome Littlefield is a former medical school student who due to a condition finds himself working at a sanitarium. He tries too hard and his constant troubles seem … Continue reading The Disorderly Orderly (1964)

The Young Master (1980)

Leaving Lo Wei’s Film Company, Hong Kong superstar Jackie Chan makes his Golden Harvest debut with this instant classic kung fu comedy. Two adopted brothers, Dragon and Tiger, enter a lion dance competition for their kung fu school. When they lose the competition, their father is none too happy with the results. However, it is revealed that Tiger was paid by the rival school to … Continue reading The Young Master (1980)

Almost Friends (2017)

A man reflects on his life as he comes face to face with some new challenges, including a possible shot at love, in this dramedy from filmmaker Jake Goldberger. Charlie Brenner was an aspiring chef who was on his way to make it big when he made a mistake. No longer having the passion to live his dreams, Charlie finds a job as an assistant … Continue reading Almost Friends (2017)

Invincible Kung Fu (1979)

Bruce Leung and Hon Kwok-Choi become the Felix and Oscar of the kung fu genre with this action comedy about two bickering masters who must unite to stop a common foe. Two men on a boat, To and Chow, can’t stand each other from the moment they laid their eyes on each other. When Chow attempts to frame To for a small gambling robbery, To … Continue reading Invincible Kung Fu (1979)

Blazing Saddles (1974)

Mel Brooks’ take on the Western is a hilarious film, perhaps one of his funniest ever made, that by today’s standards would be deemed totally offensive. A railroad is being built courtesy of Hedley LaMarr, a dastardly government figure who only cares about money and even has duped Governor Lepetomane for his own good bidding. When the railroad construction finds a glitch, LaMarr decides he … Continue reading Blazing Saddles (1974)

The Shrimp on the Barbie (1990)

Cheech Marin goes to Australia in this rom-com that has both hilarious moments and some stereotypes that today, could be deemed offensive. Carlos Muñoz is a Mexican-American traveling to Australia to find work so he can send out for his girlfriend. Eventually finding work at a local Mexican restaurant called Mañana, Carlos has the chance to become an owner if he comes up with $5,000. … Continue reading The Shrimp on the Barbie (1990)