Teens hang on the last day of school, 1976, in Austin, Texas. Not much happens. Mostly in a good way, I promise.
Charlie Chaplin’s biggest hit is also probably my favorite of his movies that I’ve yet seen.
A surprisingly down-to-earth and enjoyable movie about a bunch of 80s teens who have no idea what they’re doing.
A spectacular, hilarious comedy about the end of the world.
The Marx Brothers reinvented comedy for the sound era, but had to tone down their sheer anarchy (a little) to score their biggest hit.
An extremely droll documentary that features many of my favorite comedy folks and also some dogs.
This comedy/drama about a teenage Rolling Stone writer hanging out with a 1970s rock band is probably the 2000 movie I’ve watched the greatest number of times.
A French masterpiece about upper-class romantic games, played blithely as the world teeters on disaster.
My favorite Christmas movie, bar none, featuring Michael Caine as Scrooge and Gonzo the Great as Charles Dickens.
A Christmas Carol for the 1980s, extremely cynical and with more people getting hit in the face with toasters.