What Is It?
Funny, unique tribute movies for any occasion.
Birthdays, weddings, anniversaries, retirements, graduations, and any other special event.
A Perfect Balance
We create a balance between a no-holds-barred roast movie and a powerful, moving tribute. We can customize the intensity of the comedy from very strong to very mild, to accommodate the needs of the honoree.
hilarious, unscripted, off-the-cuff moments
Blended with scripts written by Emmy-winning comedy writers. We interview close friends and family of the honorees, and using writers, we take it to the next level by casting comedians, actors and improvisers.
What distinguishes our movies is we specialize in not only making them original, but we make them very funny.
Not only are these movies hilarious but they also include very poignant and emotional moments. Once viewed, these movies are very often the talk of the party. The honoree, often surprised by this one of a kind gift, watches it over and over for years to come. Who would forget a movie that is all about them?
We also do roasts!
How does it work?
You simply give us the name and biography of the subject, a contact list of the interviewees (which may include family, friends, old teachers, classmates and even sometimes their dry-cleaner!) and any fun anecdotes that should be included in the movie.
We do the rest!
We contact everyone, set up the interviews, choose locations and hand-pick our team of writers and comedians.
After we shoot, we go into an editing studio and start shaping the story-line. You have the choice to view a cut of the film before it’s shown to make any edits. We also include any archival footage, photos and music that you suggest or provide.
The product is a 10-15 minute movie that the honoree will love and that you are guaranteed to be happy with.
Funny Tribute Movie Reviews
We frequently ask celebrities to make guest appearances in our tribute videos.
Some celebrities who have made cameos include:
Stu “The Hangover” 2009-2013
Correspondent, “The Daily Show” 2002-2015
Andy Bernard, “The Office” 2006-2013
Robert Funaro can be seen in Martin Scorsese’s new film The Irishman.
Past credits include: The Sinner, HBO’s Vinyl and American Gangster. Robert is best known for the role of Eugene Pontecorvo in the Emmy Award-winning television series The Sopranos. His last episode on The Sopranos, "Members Only," in which he played a major role, won an Emmy award for Best Writing in a Drama Series in 2006. Robert is a long-time student of Wynn Handman and has worked extensively in the New York City Off Broadway scene.
Susie Greene, “Curb Your Enthusiasm” 2000-2017
Bobbie Wexler “Broad City” 2015-2016
7 Grand Slam Singles Titles