2008 / 3.6 / 88
Alibi is a romantic comedy about the smart and savvy Youssef. He meets Rick who has a company that trades in alibis, and he falls in love with Andrea. No matter what his problem, an alibi wiz had his back. But now he's falling for a woman who won't take excuses.
2012 / 3.0 / 89
David gets bored with his girlfriend, so he decides to learn what the Surinamese know -- including their taste in erotic music. He's had enough of doing what's expected of him. It's time to experience another culture ... and better sex.
2012 / 3.8 / 133
A new romantic comedy with a bite! In Family Way, the Roover family has come to a point where making crucial choices is inevitable. Holland is a small country. For a family with tons of emotional baggage, it's getting smaller by the minute.
2007 / 3.8 / 121
Looking for love, falling in love, losing love, eluding love -- the stories of several couples at different stages in their relationships intertwine. A TV Santa Claus changes the love lives of everyone he meets. One of these days he's got to do something about his own.
2011 / 91
When Maarten's younger sister, Molly, moves out of their family home for the first time, he explores his feelings for another man. When a girl leaves home, the gay older brother who raised her tries to find a life. Moving on is not a sure thing.
2011 / 3.7 / 122
The All Stars are back in this long-awaited sequel, in which one of the boys gets married -- but not before a celebration with the guys in Barcelona. A buddy's upcoming wedding sends best friends on a trip to Barcelona. How much trouble could they possibly get into?
2009 / 112
He coughs up dirt and pees dust. Bert Visscher delivers a fine show with a sense of fellowship that goes deep and dirty.
2002 / 99
Brash cabaret comedian Brigitte Kaandorp delights a live audience with a performance featuring a piano, an overhead projector -- and nudity.
2013 / 86
In his third show, Daniël Arends argues that good deeds are a form of self interest, and evil deeds are a hobby. He's back ... and he's here to tell you that doing good is pure delusion. But being bad? That’s just plain fun.
2010 / 4.0 / 74
Daniël Arends goes beyond shame and fear and takes you to a world where only his rules apply: hard but honest. The funniest comedians are usually the most honest, and this guy just can't help but tell it like it is.
2010 / 74
Daniël Arends reminds you why you go see a show. He offers consolation, asks questions and has the answers. This is his first solo show. Life is full of questions. In his first solo show, this comedian is happy to supply his own answers.
2012 / 4.1 / 111
Friends Gerard, Leo, Kees and Nico decide to find a sponsor and compete in the Rotterdam Marathon, hoping to pay off their employer's debt. They're flabby, lazy and about to get laid off. But saving their jobs could be as easy as ... running a marathon?
2008 / 3.6 / 101
The movie deals with a heartwarming and funny road trip of best friends Dunya and Desie. During a road trip through Morocco, two teen girls from Amsterdam have some fun and learn about life. And themselves.
2007 / 3.6 / 74
Comedian Eric van Sauers takes the stage with his trademark cynicism, self-mockery and surprising twists. Self-mockery and rampant cynicism. For one comedian, they're not just tricks of the trade -- they're a way of life.
2007 / 3.7 / 83
Eric van Sauers has become one of the best, if not the best comedians in the Netherlands. His new show is simply delicious.
2013 / 100
Cabaret performer Freek de Jonge offers an eccentric spin on world history as seen through the eyes of an intergenerational family of circus clowns.
2010 / 3.0 / 90
The Turkish Mahmut and the half Turkish Apo dream of being gangsters but the real gangsters have no patience for these losers. They're the toughest, meanest dudes in the Turkish mob ... is what people would say if they weren't a couple of dorks.
2011 / 3.7 / 108
As Cheryl's husband continues to ogle other women and Claire's daughter and grandson leave, the ladies decide they deserve a trip to Paris. Four women find life in a wealthy enclave isn't all it should be. Secrets, lies and betrayal on a silver platter.
2003 / 3.7 / 105
He received prizes and an Emmy Award for "Liberg Zaps Himself". Due to the international nature of his shows, he was a frequent guest abroad.
2011 / 109
Filmed live on his 2011 tour, absurdist comedian Hans Teeuwen returns with all-new material, from skits and improvisation to music and magic tricks. Improv sketches. Magic tricks. Music. This irreverent Dutch comic mixes it up ... and nothing is sacred.
1999 / 3.8 / 110
The third solo show of Teeuwen finds him getting into gnomes, stutterers, lifeguards, clowns, cutting his leg and more. Gnomes and clowns. Lifeguards and life-long stutterers. In the twisted eyes of an odd comic, it's all connected.
2012 / 121
After a hiatus of seven years, Herman Finkers returns with his show "Na de pauze", in which he does a remarkable essay about Gerard Reve. After a seven-year hiatus, he's back, doing what he's always done best: dishing out wit, served fresh and dry.
2007 / 3.2 stars / 74 minutes
After Wim Kan, Freek de Jonge, and others, Jan Jaap van der Wal presents the New Year's Eve show. Sharp, topical, and confrontational.
2008 / 93
After his New Year's Eve show of 2007, he matured. In "Zonder Band" Jan Jaap tells his audience what's on his mind in this world. This time, he's up there all by himself. He's serious about comedy -- but never takes himself too seriously.