After a humiliating false start in Germany's super-secret underground beer competition, America's unlikely team vows to risk life, limb and liver to dominate the ultimate chug-a-lug championship. The laughs are on the haus! MPAA Rating: R (c)2006 Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. All rights reserved
After a humiliating false start in Germany's super-secret underground beer competition, America's unlikely team vows to risk life, limb and liver to dominate the ultimate chug-a-lug championship. The laughs are on the haus! MPAA Rating: NOTRATED (c) 2006 Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. All rights reserved.
Committed to pranks and a love of syrup, the Super Troopers have turned arrest into an art form and become specialists at screwing with motorist's minds while screwing up on the job. For these highway patrolmen, the only thing better than a good prank is one-upping arch rivals - the Spurbury Local Police. But the town isn't big enough for both police forces. Budget cuts mean one force will have to go, and odds are that means the highway "super" troopers will be the first to go. Aware of the fact that their heads are on the chopping block, the super troopers try to play by the rules until a dead body, a stash of pot and an obscene little monkey enter the scene. They immediately spring into action, but, the local police are also quickly on the case. A race to catch the bad guys ensues as both forces hysterically try to become the local heroes.
The crazy comedy troupe that brought you Super Troopers takes you on a trip that is so outrageously fun, it's murder, in Broken Lizard's Club Dread. At Coconut Pete's Pleasure Island, a sun-kissed, booze-soaked resort, high-spirited comic hijinx are about to meet up with machete-wielding horror. It all starts when a group of fun-seeking young travelers arrive on the island ready to party with the resort's staff, who are there to provide them with every legal form of leisure on earth, and then some. Run by the washed-up pop star Coconut Pete (Bill Paxton), still basking in the fame of his hit '70s single "Pina Colada-Burg," the island provides the ultimate kick-back holiday... that is, until islanders start kicking the bucket.
The Broken Lizard gang is back with The Slammin' Salmon, a rowdy comedy that spends a night in a restaurant of the same name. Boxer Cleon Salmon (Academy-Award®-nominee Michael Clarke Duncan of THE GREEN MILE) owns the swanky eatery and needs to raise fast cash to settle a gambling debt. He challenges his hapless crew to a contest to see who can up-sell the most in order to reach his goal of $20,000 before closing time. Director Kevin Heffernan sets a rapid-fire pace loaded with pratfalls, spit takes, food fights, and bathroom humor. Die-hard Broken Lizard film fans know what they're in for when they watch a Heffernan romp, and The Slammin' Salmon won't disappoint.
When 18-year-old Zora (Long), the daughter of a very independent, single mother and proud African American (Goldberg), learns from a blood test that she is not related to the long-deceased, well-respected black man she had believed to be her parent, she searches a sperm bank's records for her biological father.
Welcome to Geraldine Ferraro Elementary, where the teachers are drunk, lazy, or psychotic, every child has been left behind, and burned-out Vice Principal Tom Willoman (Jason Biggs) is barely holding on.
Jonah Hill rides out one outrageously wild night in this hilarious comedy from the director of Pineapple Express. Suburban slacker Noah (Hill) is watching a neighbor's kids when he gets a booty call from his girlfriend in the city. To hook up with her, Noah takes to the streets, but his urban adventure spins out of control as he finds himself on the run from a maniacal druglord. Raunchy laughs and insane action - it's all in a night's work for THE SITTER.
Will's best friend and roommate Belcher, (Ryan Dunn) a party bum slacker, returns from the dead as a cocky, mischievous, and perverted ghost. He soon discovers his cousin, Krista, has shacked up and moved in with his best friend, Will. Belcher will do anything and everything to destroy this relationship and get his prank buddy back.
Unsatisfied with his career as the face of a national ad campaign, Jim Owens heads home to Indiana for his high school reunion. Determined to relive the old days, Jim tries to rally his friends for some wild parties and drunken hijinks, but in the process finds himself falling for the girl who got away. Featuring an all-star comedic cast, Back in the Day will have you feeling, and laughing, like a teenager again.
Hollywood hopeful Tom and his posse pin their dreams of industry success on Tom's famous girlfriend starring in their first feature...until she dumps him. Now the plan is to steal a case of government-issued marijuana, return it to the FBI and use the reward money to finance their movie, creating a hilarious comedy about big plans and the lengths friends will go for a good bud.
In this hilarious send up of the hit franchise, The Purge, Carl Black (Epps) moves his family to Beverly Hills in search of a better life, but they arrive on the day of the city's annual purge, and all crime is legal for twelve hours.
Dad (Danny DeVito, TV's It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia) has finally retired and wants to enjoy his golden years relaxing at home with his lovely wife. But his two twentysomething slacker sons have no plans to leave the nest anytime soon! So there's only one solution Dad and Mom (Katey Sagal, TV's Married with Children) move out! It's either sink or swim for clueless Elliot (Ryan Hansen, TV's Party Down) and Quinn (Skyler Stone, Van Wilder), who find themselves home alone for the first time with no one to pay the bills. MPAA Rating: R
From the team that brought you AMERICAN PIE and ABOUT A BOY, GOOD KIDS follows four overachieving high school students the summer after graduation. After realizing that they missed out on some key life experiences by always being good kids, they decide to reinvent themselves by partying for the first time in their lives. Similar to the John Hughes classics, this movie isn’t just booze & sex-addled hijinks; it’s about a group of close friends growing up and ultimately apart as they move into the next stage of their lives.
The producer of AMERICAN PIE presents a hilarious look at what happens when two prank-playing mid-level sales associates, Mike (Sean Astin of 50 FIRST DATES, THE LORD OF THE RINGS, and GOONIES) and Rodney (Michael Vartan of TV'S ALIAS), find themselves demoted to the all-female secretarial pool by their new boss Ken (David Cross of TV'S ARRESTED DEVELOPMENT and THE INCREASINGLY POOR DECISIONS OF TODD MARGARET). Now the two pranksters will have to climb their way back to the top, but there is a lot they don't know about being a secretary. This laugh-packed film features some of the best names in comedy including Ron White (BLUE COLLAR COMEDY TOUR, HORRIBLE BOSSES), Cleo King (PINEAPPLE EXPRESS, TV'S MIKE & MOLLY), Robert Klein (HOW TO LOSE A GUY IN 10 DAYS, TWO WEEKS NOTICE), and more.