“Death at a Funeral” (2007)

Death at a Funeral was my husband G. Grod’s pick, and I didn’t much care for it. The tone of black humor was never quite right, and jokes were used again and again, which felt to me like getting repeatedly hit over the head.

The redeeming factor was Alan Tudyk, along with Peter Dinklage the only Americans in the film, who was hilarious stoned.

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