Blossom Buffalo Movie Reviews

Blossom Buffalo Movie Reviews

Blazing Saddles

Wildly racy, this over-the-top comedy is a must see film.  Mel Brooks along with the writing of Richard Pryor push past today’s politically correct film making boundaries with a tale about a corrupt business man who pressures a politician to appoint a black sheriff to a small Western town.  Set up for failure, he wins over the town and the audience with his wit and witticisms.  No demographic is safe from the satire here.

Recommended for any fan of comedy or American history.

A hilarious Friday night movie.

Starring Cleavon Little, Gene Wilder, Slim Pickens 

Rated - R

1 Hr 33 Mins


Happiness For Beginners 

Get outside of yourself and in touch with nature with this light-hearted romantic comedy depicting different personality types.  A group signs up for a week long adventure on the Appalachian Trail where they rediscover their youthfulness, come to terms with relationships and gain a deeper understanding of the values of teamwork, family and heal.

Recommended for people searching to reset their lives with light hearted laughter. 

A great rainy afternoon movie.

Starring Ellie Kemper, Luke Grimes, Blythe Danner, Ben Cook

Rated - TV-14 

1 Hr 45 Mins



Poor Things

Not for the faint of heart or weak-stomached.  This is an intense movie filled with profound ideas, visual gore and graphic nudity that should probably be saved for a Friday Night.  A raw description of the indulgence of human desires and dissection of cultural norms between sexes leaving you twisting in your seat and looking away from the screen.


Staring Emma Stone, Willem Dafoe, Mark Ruffalo

Rated R

2 Hr 21 Mins