What We Do in the Shadows
Comedy • R • 2014 • 1 hr 26 min
Genuinely funny, but not at the expense of amazing characterization
Actually might be the funniest movie ever made.
Such a fun and unorthodox take on vampire lore. Taika Waititi is to irreverent comedy what Martin Scorsese is to gangster movies.
Best show. So well written, actors are Devine, this is a literal gem.
Incredibly funny , original and clever , if your in need of entertainment with belly laughs this will tick all the boxes
A truly delightful comedy. Witty, ridiculous, and full of heart.
One of Taika Waititi’s best. Dry, sarcastic and witty humor make for a pleasant window into the life of supernatural beings.
Fantastic deconstruction of the vampire.
A hysterically funny dark comedy that utilizes its mockumentary style to hilarious effect. Waititi’s style of humor is excellent
Hilarious take on the daily lives of vampirism with the wit and wisdom of Clement and Waikiki at center stage. So many good laughs.
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