This bittersweet, sentimental story of a couple having difficulty coping with a tragic loss is one of hope, friendship, and sincerity.
I wish Melissa McCarthy would wake up and make better choices that showcase her talent.
Everything about this film hits the right notes, and it is one of the very best I have seen this year.
“The Happytime Murders” may be demented in its off-color wisecracks, but this is not a terrible movie — although it will prove to be an acquired taste for most.
I do applaud the film for placing a greater focus on verbal wisecracks and refusing to use McCarthy’s real world physique as a cheap punch line.
LOUISA: MATT: LOUISA SAYS: There’s an arbitrary sense of nostalgia that unfairly permeates audience perceptions of the new female-centric “Ghostbusters” reboot. I love the