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“A romantic comedy writer's job consists of culling from their own life experiences and intuiting what's going on in the world around them in order to create unique, entertaining and laugh-out-loud funny films that also answer questions about love that people have long pondered or pose questions the audience never thought to ask.”
“While there are broad laughs like most dogs, Wilfred likes to hump things, the comedy is often more clever than laugh-out-loud hilarious.”
“The scene where Don announces to the partners that "Miss Calvais and I are getting married" is laugh-out-loud priceless.”
“Superbad" is laugh-out-loud hilarious and "Adventureland," despite its shortcomings, manages to strike a fine balance between the crass hilarity of its predecessor and the more gentle trappings of a teenage love story.”
“Armed with a delightful cast -- reviewers were pleasantly surprised by Joel McHale and Chevy Chase's acting abilities -- each episode delivers a sharp, quirky and often laugh-out-loud funny script.”
“This work, as with your others, is at times laugh-out-loud funny.”
“Though rarely laugh-out-loud funny, Almond employs all manners of amusements ...”
“Now, part of the reason we all watch the show is to experience the laugh-out-loud packages of wit in which Michael, Nina, and Heidi wrap up their critiques.”
“The dialogue is definitely what makes the show laugh-out-loud funny.”
“Letter writing is a bit of a lost art, but today I came across two pieces of correspondence that were laugh-out-loud funny.”
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