Cowley Cinema 8 has just released the first trailer for their upcoming sequel to the 2013 hit “Dicky Dink” and it features some of the funniest footage from the original movie.
“Dick” is a hilarious satire of the way American culture works and the characters are not afraid to get personal.
As the trailer starts, you can see a few of the more outlandish and out-there scenes from the first movie: the fact that the characters live in a “piss-poor, filthy, hellhole” apartment complex where they don’t drink alcohol or smoke cigarettes, and the fact their main source of entertainment is a TV show.
As you can tell from the trailer, it’s not exactly a movie you want to watch in a crowded theater.
In fact, you might be looking at a movie that’s actually less funny than the first.
“Dick” was a big hit in 2013, and many of the jokes in the sequel are even better, and this is just the latest trailer to showcase how much the film’s story has changed.
Cowley has also released a new trailer to introduce the new characters, and I’m sure you’ll be seeing a ton more of them soon, as the film is due out on May 5, 2018.
“Bunny” is the second film in Cowley’s upcoming trilogy of comedies.
It’s a love story between a high school student and a high-school senior who has to go to the prom together.
The movie is directed by Jason Lee (who also helmed “Bachelor Party” and “The Wedding Singer”) and stars Jessica Biel, Anthony Edwards, and Sam Neill.
It will be released on May 15, 2018, and you can watch the trailer below.
“Cowley Cinema” is also showing the trailer for “Daddy,” a movie starring Jennifer Lawrence, which is due for release on May 14, 2019.
“Daddy” is about a mother trying to keep her kids out of trouble, but she does it in a way that’s very much in keeping with the humor in the film.
It features some great performances, and it will be a very different kind of comedy.
Watch the trailer and read our review of “Daddy,” here.
The film is also starring Tom Hanks, Kevin Spacey, Zach Galifianakis, and Chris Pratt.
It opens in theaters on May 12, 2019, and we’ll keep you posted on its release.
“The House of Cards” opens in theatres on May 20, 2019 and will be available to stream in the United States on June 13, 2019 at 8:30 PM EST.
Watch our review for more details on this movie.
And if you’re still not convinced that you should go see “Diceman,” check out our review.
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