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?
Considered the first feature from an African-American lesbian, I found it enjoyable and interesting. Not everyone agreed at the time.
The decaying remains of 1920s Hollywood entrap a hack writer and lure him to his doom.
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Winning performances set against stark corporate modernism highlight a fun comedy, albeit one with a surprising amount of attempted suicides.
The most biting satire of the mid-70s feels, if anything, more relevant in 2020.