Donald Pleasance, Françoise Dorléac, and Lionel Stander star in this sly little character piece set in an isolated medieval castle on the barren British coast, which Polanski claimed as his personal favorite of his films.
Aaron Eckhart is the glib, proudly obfuscating tobacco lobbyist in Jason Reitman’s wickedly witty adaptation of Christopher Buckley’s novel. He’s also our hero.
The legendary sitcom about nothing became a pop culture phenomenon, the top rated show on TV, an Emmy winner, and yada yada yada.
Luis Buñuel’s sly, dry, deadpan masterpiece of upper class hypocrisy uses satire to skewer social pretensions and moral hypocrisy
Lee Tracy costars as a manipulative press agent in this snappy screwball satire of Hollywood fame and publicity. Victor Fleming directs.
The third film in the “Cornetto” trilogy created by friends and collaborators Edgar Wright and Simon Pegg is cheeky fun.