Comedy

Hello everyone! 🙂

Welcome to the ‘Comedy’ page on ‘Bradley’s Basement’.

This is the home of my collected reviews on various comedy productions in TV and film. The ‘Comedy’ pages featured include ‘Dad’s Army’, ‘Fawlty Towers’, ‘Jeeves & Wooster’, ‘Keeping Up Appearances’, etc. It also features reviews on standalone comedy productions including the 2018 film ‘Patrick’.

Please feel free to visit, read and comment on my DVD reviews related to ‘Comedy’. I hope you’ll enjoy my thoughts on the TV and film comedy productions I’ve seen.

Here is a list of my collected reviews in relation to ‘Comedy’. Click on the links below to see and read my reviews.

Enjoy!

Collected Comedy Pages

Standalone Comedy Reviews

4 thoughts on “Comedy

  1. Just a question Tim…
    What is you favourite comedy film.

    Here are a few of my favourites:
    The Cornetto Trilogy
    Wallace and Gromit
    A Night at the Roxbury
    Forrest Gumo

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    • Ooh, that’s a tricky one. I have quite a number of favourite comedy films such ‘Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit’ and ‘Toy Story 2’. In terms of live-action comedy films, it would have to be the ‘Laurel & Hardy’ films as they make me laugh so much.

      Thanks for asking, Media Lover.

      Tim. 🙂

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      • Hi Media Lover.

        I’ve seen all the ‘Wallace & Gromit’ films which are my favourites.

        Not seen the ones which are your favourites but thanks for suggesting them to me. Hopefully one day I’ll check them out.

        Thanks.

        Tim. 🙂

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