Bob Butler talks about film series at the Library. See more on our YouTube channel.
Tabloid finds heavy-duty documentarist Errol Morris delving into a lurid, torn-from-the-headlines scandal to reveal the face of a true American eccentric. And boy, is he having fun.
Milos Forman's Man on the Moon is a funny, affectionate movie about a guy nobody knew, a man who spent his life devising elaborate charades behind which he hid from just about everyone.
Election is a bitterly funny satire that begins as a send-up of high school politicking but quickly becomes much, much more. It’s message may not be heartwarming, but it is diabolically entertaining.
Sarah’s Key is actually two movies, one a look at the horrors of the Holocaust and the other not-terribly-compelling detective story in the present, that dovetail to make a more-or-less complete whole.
There is much about Milos Forman’s Loves of a Blonde that is comedic, yet it’s not a comedy, exactly. There’s too much genuine wistfulness, rejection, and desperation percolating through it.
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