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A mainstay genre, as old as the hills, good for a laugh, light in tone, and not to be taken too seriously…

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Sometimes Always NeverSometimes Always Never (2018)
Dir. Carl Hunter
Feat. Bill Nighy, Sam Riley, Alice Lowe
Charming British comedy about a ageing tailor (Bill Nighy) whose eccentricities drive his family up the wall. Based on a short story by Frank Cottrell Boyce (MILLIONS, GOODBYE CHRISTOPHER ROBIN).
ThoroughbredsThoroughbreds (2018)
Dir. Cory Finley
Feat. Olivia Cooke, Anya Taylor-Joy, Anton Yelchin
Deliciously dark comedy thriller following two childhood friends who reconnect as teenagers, bonding over a murder plot in prim upper-class Connecticut.
Top End WeddingTop End Wedding (2019)
Dir. Wayne Blair
Feat. Miranda Tapsell, Gwilym Lee, Kerry Fox
Charming Australian rom-com with impressive actress Miranda Tapsell playing a woman who is in love and and newly engaged, but before her dream wedding she must first find her mother, who has gone AWOL in remote Northern Australia. An unashamedly warm and fuzzy story from the director of THE SAPPHIRES.
Swimming With MenSwimming With Men (2018)
Dir. Oliver Parker
Feat. Rob Brydon, Jane Horrocks, Rupert Graves
Rob Brydon plays an accountant with a mid-life crisis who joins an all-male synchronised swimming team and trains for the world championships. A low-key delight.
Stan and OllieStan and Ollie (2018)
Dir. Jon S. Baird
Feat. Steve Coogan, John C. Reilly, Shirley Henderson
Delightful biopic based on the later years of the lives of the comedy double act Laurel and Hardy, focusing on the duo's personal relationship while they embarked on a gruelling music hall tour of the United Kingdom and Ireland during 1953 and struggled to get another film made.
Sorry to Bother YouSorry to Bother You (2018)
Dir. Boots Riley
Feat. LaKeith Stanfield, Tessa Thompson, Armie Hammer
A brilliant, politically radicalised comedy marking a big splash debut for rapper turned writer/director Boots Riley that was apparently ten years in the making, yet is perfectly in sync with the volatility of Trump's America. Set in Oakland, California, where a black telemarketer learns to adopt his…
Anna and the ApocalypseAnna and the Apocalypse (2017)
Dir. John McPhail
Feat. Ella Hunt, Malcolm Cumming, Marli Siu
Big-hearted Xmas themed zombie musical set in the sleepy town of Little Haven, where Anna and her friends go up against the undead. A delightful genre mash-up which celebrates rather than subverts the cliches.