Yearly Departed is an animated comedy where seven female comedians bid goodbye to decade by welcoming in the new decade with a wild and wooly web series, where they share everything that got them through the year in a wild and wooly web comedy special. Watch as the ladies of the web join forces for one wild ride that they will live to remember. In this web series, the ladies each have a plot involving other characters that gets them running around London as the ultimate wild and wooly web series that you can watch on YouTube.
Watch the hilarious web series Yearly Departed, where the ladies of the web get together to share their thoughts about the things that happened in each year as they head into their next ten years as yearly departed. The characters include ZIwego the year long departed, Ginger the grandma, Cat the year long departed, Sienna the bubbly baby, Rachael the baby boomer, Corin the year long departed, Sarah the pregnant one, Terence the corporate executive, and Cate the spunky single mother. Each has a different plot revolving around a certain theme that takes them from a normal life to a wild life as they come to grips with the finality of their last year as annually departed. Along the way, they encounter many amusing conflicts as they try to get their lives back on track as they go about to celebrate their ten year anniversary. Find out what happens as the ladies of the web get together to commemorate their annual departed loved ones.
Watch the Stand-Up Comedy Special where the women get together to discuss the different issues they ran across as they bid adieu to their year as annually departed. From workplace issues to personal issues, the women get a wide range of subjects to air out about as they go about to celebrate their ten year mark as annually departed. This show is about the journey of every artist. It's about how people change as time goes by. The artists gather together to talk about how things may have changed for them but it's always about the journey and how those changes may have shaped them into who they are now.
If you're looking for a lighter vein in the world as you prepare to bid farewell to your year as annually departed, look no further than Baskets for Brides. This award winning comedy showcases the lighter side of the human spirit as the creative team of Brides brings you a myriad of stories of what would've been through their eyes. You'll see the mundane everyday moments filtered through the lens of a comedian's mind to make you laugh. More importantly, you'll get to share in the laughter by connecting with the couples as they grieve the final details of their wedding. It is definitely the kind of comedy that connects you to others and makes you want to laugh.
With all that being said, let's take a brief moment to discuss the movie adaptation of Dune, starring Michael Caine. Though it's more of a science fiction thriller, the movie still manages to be a lot of fun to watch especially if you like a good comedy. So what makes it a winner for being the funniest comedy of the year? Well, it all starts with its lead character, Frank "Scratch" Trapper, who might not be the most likable person to follow on screen, but he certainly managed to win over some audiences anyway with his brilliant performance as the humorous yet cynical surgeon charged with saving the crew of the USS Enterprise from the clutches of the evil Doctor Galactica.
The movie managed to become a sensation and was a box office hit in the process, bringing the Doctor back into the spotlight and proving that he's more than just a science fiction icon. Though it hasn't received the same reception from critics, the movie was a big hit with both the movie watchers and the family members of the audience who were happy to see their beloved doctor back on the big screen. The success of the film is also a clear endorsement of Star Trek Beyond, which is set to begin shooting in the summer of next year. Though there are still a number of movies to be released between now and then, including the next Star Wars movie and Jurassic Park 4, I would expect at least some crossover interest between the Star Trek movies and the Jurassic Park movies in the next few years.