Judd Apatow

Do Netflix’s varied playback speeds pose a threat to filmmakers?

By Charles Bramesco

Brad Bird and Judd Apatow have spoken out against the streaming giant’s latest experiment.

2007: The year dumb bro comedy died

By Marianne Eloise

Ten years ago, the likes of Blades of Glory and Hot Rod signalled the end of the Frat Pack era.

The Big Sick does stand-up comedy right by doing it wrong

By Nick Chen

Kumail Nanjiani’s portrayal of a professional joke-teller is refreshingly honest and authentic.

How Love evens the odds in the romantic comedy stakes

By Cameron Williams

Gillian Jacobs and Paul Rust’s characters are valued as individuals before they become a couple.

Funny People

By Limara Salt

Adam Sandler joins the Judd Apatow gang in this mixed comedy about the fickleness of stardom.

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