Mel Brooks’ 1981 film “The History of the World Part I” remains a not-so-subtle reminder of the comedy legend’s chops. “History” is Brooks at his bipolar best, delivering classic bits one moment … Read More
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It’s a blessing to settle into your favorite recliner and watch “The Dark Knight.”
All the hype fades when the Joker drops his first victim. That the victim is one … Read More
Few movies blend horror and comedy as masterfully as “An American Werewolf in London” did in 1981.
And it’s safe to say the film’s irresistible mix has yet to be … Read More
The biggest question left by the ambitious film remains unanswered. Where did the great Kasdan go?
The man who directed “Body Heat,” “The Big Chill” and “The Accidental Tourist” and … Read More
Today’s teens have Michael Cera as their on-screen surrogate, the man-child cast to trip and stumble into love in movies like “Juno” and “Nick and Nora’s Infinite Playlist.”
Teens of … Read More
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