Death at a Funeral
Comedy • R • 2010 • 1 hr 32 min
Quite funny… although the poop scene was just too gross.
Not funny and stupid, I wish I could claw the memories of this out of my brain.
It had some funny parts and some good laughs but it was nothing to write home about.
I love the cast and this movie is hilarious
I had fun with this remake. Sure it was unnecessary filmmaking, but that doesn't disregard the fact that it was entertaining.
The original is better. Still funny though.
A rare case of a remake better than the original. The humor is better while still maintaining the dark themes of death. Super funny.
I wanted this to be good and funny in its own way. It was almost a line-for-line remake of the original, with none of the pacing or magic.
Fun to watch, but nothing very interesting
Ok, I did laugh some, after all, there was a huge cast of comedians. It just felt stale.
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