This political satire remains hilarious, but these days can’t quite escape its basic 1990s-ness.
The only movie I’ve ever seen where the guy likes the girl more after she puts on glasses.
A biting satire about a high school election that understands America better than any movie actually about national politics.
If he acts like a rich white dude and talks like a rich white dude, does it matter if he has no idea what he’s doing?
Tom Hanks bumbles through the greatest hits of Baby Boomer history, with nothing to say about any of it.
Considered the first feature from an African-American lesbian, I found it enjoyable and interesting. Not everyone agreed at the time.
Deadpan responses to bizarro, otherwordly threats lead to an all-timer of a comedy.
Mel Brooks takes a western pastiche and pushes the boundaries of comedy about racism. Oh, and it’s super funny.
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Before “Star Wars,” George Lucas made this ancestor of a million teenager movies.