The latest Netflix feel-good comedy “Work It”, is definitely welcome amid the pandemic, but the played-out narrative, unfortunately, leaves it a little lacklustre.
The film comes two years after the ending of the popular TV series, Diary of Tootsies, and everyone’s lives are getting more complicated.
The Box Office once again saw a live stand-up comedy show on Friday featuring four local acts and two special guest comics from Vietnam, Nghia Mai and Oui Doan.
If you enjoy a good laugh, Phnom Penh is the place to be. The comedy scene in the Kingdom is rife with talented troupes putting on shows almost every other night, in exchange for a few dollars which eventually will be donated to charity groups.
‘Workin’ Moms’ comes from Reitman’s own life. She’s a mother to two young sons. When her oldest son was six weeks old, Reitman was shooting an indie film on location, where she spent her first Mother’s Day.
The gullible parts of Trevor Lock interviews the slightly neurotic parts of him about his upcoming stand-up comedy show at The Box Office in Phnom Penh tomorrow, March 1.
So, get ready with your chilled wine or soda, chips and popcorn, pucker all your pillows, clutch your most comfy blanket, turn off your phone, and allow yourself to get filled up with Christmas cheer through these inspiring, comical, dreamy movies this holiday.
On Saturday night, guests were treated to one hour of sunset cruise, one hour of stand-up comedy and one hour of live music at the Tonle Sap.
‘Modern Family’ had its pilot airing in September 2009 on ABC and since then created an enormous, solid fan base – all for the good reasons.
Attention moviegoers: here’s another film you should be watching this weekend, the Ghost Ring.
What else could be better than a humour-filled Friday night? And not just ordinary comedy. With renowned Scottish stand-up Phil Kay and Irish comic Aidan Killian, it’s surely going to be hilariously crazy.
The Khmer romantic comedy ‘Heart Beat’ premiered on Wednesday at Major Cineplex, Sorya Center Point.
Known mostly for his inventive, low-budget comedies, Taika Waititi joked last year that his deeply affecting and funny adventure Hunt for the Wilderpeople was “The Revenant, without any money”.
My favourite quote from any entertainer comes from Melvin James Kaminsky, aka Mel Brooks: “I’m the only Jew who ever made a buck offa Hitler.”
Did you hear the one about the bloke from Australia who finished law at uni and 24 hours later was in Shanghai to become a financier but instead became a comedian?