It sucks that some of the shine has been taken off Holy Grail by its own overwhelming ubiquity.
Pretty much made on George Harrison’s dime and considered, even if apocryphally, by the legendary comedy troupe to be their best film
Here is the pale image of Steve Martin’s face, about to invite us into a melodramatic series of flashbacks concerning his character’s tragic life.
A more conventional film would have love resolve the chronological predicament, but instead.
If this movie consisted of the barbershop scenes inside of My-T-Sharp and nothing else, it would still be one of the greatest comedies of all time.
Unlike The Hangover, which was basically a long comedy sketch, Bridesmaids is actually a movie (and one of the best comedies on Hulu).
John Hughes’ zeitgeist-y, fourth wall-busting ode to rich, entitled suburban youth vs. killjoy authority announced Matthew Broderick as a bona fide star.
Aside from the greatness of its one-liners, Mean Girls has endured because it’s a cinematically exaggerated version of the truth.
Animated generational divides have never been more like a sci-fi carnival than in The Mitchells vs. the Machines.
Believe it or not, there was a time before sports movies were required to be bland monoliths preaching banal virtues and imparting a moral lesson.