What a sweet, silly, romantic French comedy.
Movie Genre: Comedy
Billed as a comedy but not very funny, this French film portrays family and social dynamics in a way that you've either experienced or witnessed.
If you've seen the original Creature Comforts, Nick Park's winner of the 1990 Oscar for Best Animated Short, you know how delightful these claymation creatures are with human voice and mannerisms and human foibles. These 13 mockumentary shorts are even more charming, witty, and fantastic. Nick...
Whether you like kung fu movies or not, this is a must see comedy/action flick. It's delightfully colorful and zany fun.
What really happened to Elvis and JFK? This movie confirms what all those conspiracy theorists have been telling us--they're still alive. Starring Bruce Campbell as Elvis and the legendary Ossie Davis as JFK in what has to be called the strangest rest-home adventure in history, this movie leads...
Is everything connected or just a string of meaningless coincidences? Is this movie silly or serious? Dustin Hoffman and Lily Tomlin give the comedic performances of their lives as existential detectives in this bizarre philosophical(?) comedy.
This is a sweet film about the budding friendship between two men, a Swedish researcher sent to Norway to study the kitchen use patterns of Norwegian bachelor farmers and a Norwegian bachelor farmer.
Recommended by friends as a film that should be on Michelle's picks...this is a delightful German film about the love of Martha for food and eventually family and friends.
Sweet, sad and charming, this film portrays a family during the end of East v. West in Germany. It's mostly about a boy's endless devotion to his mother amidst her ceaseless devotion to East German socialism.
Not a big fan of Scrubs? Don't worry. This is a very different Zach Braff in a beautiful film about coming home, growing up, and coming to terms with yourself and your life. Pain is a part of life; joy is a part of life. This life is all you have.
This is a humorous and sometimes bizarre adventure through the interconnected lives of about a dozen Dublin suburbanites.
Eleven Jim Jarmusch vignettes that somehow relate to each other through coffee and cigarettes and a couple other fun recurring themes.
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