This morning I’m having a difficult time being serious. Last night our family watched Ladyhawke from 1985, starring Matthew Broderick, Rutger Hauer and Michelle Pfeiffer. Now when this film came out, nobody considered it a comedy—at all. It’s a tragic …

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Over the last few weeks, I have watched several movies from varying genres. I enjoy everything, well—almost everything. I watched the silent film, Metropolis (1927), and found myself mesmerized by it. Though it has 25 minutes of footage that has …

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What do you get when you cross Mary Shelley with Mel Brooks? One of the funniest motion pictures of all time, Young Frankenstein, of course! Did the genius director set out to create a cinematic masterpiece? Probably—that’s what makes him a …

“Vollowing in his grandvadder’s vhoot-shteps!” Read more »