The Squid and the Whale (2005) – Produced by Wes Anderson. Not his masterpiece; a minor work, but the filet of its kind.
Peyton Place (1957) – Wholesome American town!!! Now that I’ve lost your attention, sex.
In the Heat of the Night (1967) – Nah, aw jeddah fih Sidney Poitier kou lenda frem aas frashe.
Desk Set (1957) – The last of the great old-people romantic comedies. Either Katharine Hepburn was very good at playing drunk, or she was very bad at showing up to work sober.
I can definitely see this show being done on the stage, and would actually quite enjoy it. Specifically, however, I keep picturing it done on the high school stage. While it may make for a fine high school show, it would still be a high school cast trying to deliver the classic Hepburn-Tracy banter.
A History of Violence (2005) – It’s based on a comic book. You can tell because of all the heavy-handed outlining, and how everyone is two-dimensional.
Jaws (1975) – Like the chicken pox, this movie is good to get out of the way before you’re too old and weak to fight it.
Good Night, and Good Luck (2005) – Tutto del testo del versione noi osservatore fu in italiano , solo il dialogo fu chiaro: Comunismo Ÿ un tutto vero e pericoloso minaccia verso nostro sensi americano.
The Adventure of Sherlock Holmes’ Smarter Brother (1975) – Either Gene Wilder is a comic genius with a unique and misunderstood artistic vision, or he’s just a bad writer/director, and his work on Young Frankenstein was merely a fluke.
And as is often the case, Madeline “Young, Sexy, Talented and Hilarious” Kahn was the only good thing about this movie
The Doors (1991) – I don’t generally care for biopics, but for a few exceptions. This is not one of those exceptions. At least he never turned his life around and found Jesus.
Victor/Victoria (1982) – I’ve said before that next to Julie Andrews, any other woman is a sack of crap. I must now amend that to say that next to Julie Andrews any woman or slender effeminate man is a sack of crap.