An extremely stupid movie, but in an enjoyable way. It teams up the famous comedy duo with the most famous Universal monsters, including Bela Lugosi’s last appearance as Dracula.
Our Virtual Film Festival continues with a movie seemingly made for me as a kid and absolutely no one else in the world.
Our Summer Games Virtual Film Festival kicks off with the cool story (bro) of the 1988 Jamaican bobsled team… or a story, at any rate
This “comedy of murders” starring Charlie Chaplin as a serial killer was a scandalous flop in the US but has since been re-evaluated.
The most mid-90s of mid-90s movies is somehow based on a Jane Austen novel, and also somehow really good.
Somewhere between a social satire and sketch comedy resides this weird late-80s time capsule that I thought was funny but not necessarily notable.
The rare sports movie by women, for women, and about women, plus it’s also really funny and has a bunch of memorable scenes and lines.
The final appearance of Charlie Chaplin’s Tramp character somehow remains both funny and relevant.
A movie set in the 1700s, released in the early 1960s, that still feels startlingly modern today. I absolutely loved it. Why did no one tell me this movie was so good? He said about the Oscar winner.
A Star Trek parody that sort of lucked into an all-timer of a cast, now essentially beloved as an actual example of the thing it was parodying.