• The Taiwan Oyster

    The Taiwan Oyster

    Two Americans and a Chinese girl from the morgue steal a body and go on a scenic road trip around Taiwan, seeking the ideal burial spot for their friend.

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    Funny People

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  • Post Grad

    Post Grad

    Carl F Gauze got some laughs out of this new post-teen comedy, but found it had as much heart and depth as an Archie comic.

  • Coffee Therapy

    Coffee Therapy

    Darnell Shacklebee relives the ups and downs of his life when all his former therapists arrive at his coffee shop. Carl F Gauze looks past perhaps the worst film packaging ever and finds much to enjoy in this homemade release.

  • Panhandle Slim and the Oklahoma Kid

    Panhandle Slim and the Oklahoma Kid

    Jeff Daniels‘ newest piece, a musical comedy western, is less about making people laugh and more about showcasing his tuneful songs. Julie Haverkate wonders how a play about a guitar-slinging cowboy could go so wrong.

  • Mitch Hedberg

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  • Mitch Hedberg

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  • Robin Williams

    Live 2002 (Sony Music). Review by Joe Frietze.

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    French film comedy isn’t all Jerry Lewis — they do romantic comedies, just like us. As if to prove this point, Carl F. Gauze takes a look at director Jean-Pierre Jeunet’s new romantic comedy, Amélie.

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    Douglas Adams taught the world that it was OK for science fiction to be funny with The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy. Carl F. Gauze pays tribute to a bright light that left us all too soon. So long, and thanks for all the fish…

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    Yes, it’s true — good shows do come to Melbourne, FL sometimes! Julio Diaz saw "Weird Al" Yankovic and stand-up comedian Flip Schultz at the Maxwell C. King Center for the Performing Arts on May 19, 2000. Ian Koss got some great photos, too!

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