It's always exciting when a movie is being filmed in Michigan, and it's even more exciting to see it all play out on the big screen. Seeing familiar cities and landmarks in a movie makes you feel extra connected to a film. And this new movie is only being screened at Michigan theaters.

That's Funny Movie Filmed Throughout Michigan

That's Funny  follows a middle-aged man named Alex, a former stand-up comedian who believes an appearance on a popular late-night show will save his career. Alex reconnects with friends in Flint and other Michigan cities while he prepares for his upcoming stand-up set. And along the way to his pursuit for comedy success, he ends up learning that the journey is more rewarding than the destination.

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According to Flint Beat, the main character is played by Alex Grossman. Grossman is a Flint native who also created the film and is a stand-up comedian as well.

That's Funny Screened Exclusively at Michigan Theaters

What makes That's Funny even more special, is being able to catch the film on the big screen exclusively here in Michigan at select theaters. And here's where you can catch the film near you:

  • December 7th AT 7:30 PM- Capitol Theater Building- Flint
  • December 9th AT 7 PM- MJR Theatres Troy- Troy
  • December 10th 7:30 PM- The Maple Theater- Bloomfield Hills
  • December 11th AT 7 PM- Celebration Cinema- Grand Rapids
  • December 12th AT 7 PM- GQT Kalamazoo 10- Kalamazoo
  • December 13th AT 7:30 PM- Farmington Civic Theater- Farmington
  • December 14th AT 7 PM- GQT Holland 7- Holland
 That's Funny is also available for streaming on Amazon, Apple TV, Google Play and VUDU.

7 Holiday Movies Filmed in Michigan to Enjoy This Season

Add a little bit of Michigan magic to your holidays by watching one of these Christmas movies filmed right here in the Great Lakes state.

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The Best Movies Released in the '90s

To celebrate the incredible cinematic achievements of the decade, Stacker compiled data on all 1990s movies to come up with a Stacker score—a weighted index split evenly between IMDb and Metacritic scores. To qualify, the film had to have a premiere date between 1990 and 1999, have a Metascore, and have at least 1,000 votes. Ties were broken by Metascore and further ties were broken by votes.


Keep reading to discover which film featured one of the most disturbing scenes in cinema and which big movie star made the list multiple times.


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