A review of the 2020 documentary Belushi, an excellent and intimate look at the life of John Belushi and his rise to fame and his untimely death
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A review of the 1990 cop buddy action comedy Loose Cannons, starring Gene Hackman, Dan Aykroyd, Dom DeLuise, Ronny Cox and Nancy Travis
A review of director Steven Spielberg’s 1979 WWII comedy 1941, starring John Belushi, Dan Aykroyd, Christopher Lee, Toshiro Mifune, Robert Stack and a huge cast of stars
A review of the 1985 comedy/thriller Into the Night, starring Jeff Goldblum, Michelle Pfeiffer, Bruce McGill, David Bowie and Dan Aykroyd, directed by John Landis
A review of the 1988 comedy The Couch Trip starring Dan Aykroyd, Walter Matthau, Charles Grodin and Donna Dixon, directed by Michael Ritchie
A review of the 1987 cop comedy Dragnet, starring Dan Aykroyd, Tom Hanks, Christopher Plummer, Dabney Coleman, Alexandra Paul and Harry Morgan
A review of the 2004 comedy Christmas With The Kranks starring Tim Allen, Jamie Lee Curtis and Dan Aykroyd, one of the worst Christmas movies ever made
A review of the 1992 biographical film Chaplin starring Robert Downey Jr., Diane Lane, Marisa Tomei, Dan Aykroyd, Kevin Kline, Moira Kelly & Anthony Hopkins
A review of the 1992 hi-tech heist comedy Sneakers starring Robert Redford, Sidney Poitier, Dan Aykroyd, River Phoenix and Ben Kingsley
Whether you think it’s a good idea, a bad idea, whether you’re excited or appalled or if you think this is all just “mass hysteria” – it’s coming. The Ghostbusters...
The 1984 classic comedy Ghostbusters celebrates its 30th anniversary and it’s just as funny as ever attracting new fans every year
Fans have been hearing rumblings, rumors and speculation about a new Ghostbusters for so long it’s gotten ridiculous – should fans even care anymore?