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  • Parental Guidance (PG)

    This grating family comedy resembles a sitcom in its flat lighting, patronizing music cues, and frames supplying little visual information apart from the actors' mugging faces. more...
  • The Party (PG)

    Blake Edwards effortlessly expands the style and format of a silent two-reel comedy into a feature-length celebration of the sight gag (1968), as Indian bit player Peter Sellers, who has just destroyed a remake of Gunga Din, finds himself at an exclusive party at the Hollywood home of his producer. more...
  • Paul Blart: Mall Cop (PG)

    To call this Kevin James comedy fatuous might be misinterpreted as an attack on the star's girth—so how about inane, tepid, lazy, puerile, phony, and unfunny? more...
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  • Pee-wee's Big Adventure (PG)

    Paul Reubens's Pee-wee Herman act is very close to the kind of deliberately juvenile humor Andy Kaufman was doing just before his death, with the difference that the threat to the audience—that the spectator too will be forced to return to the mental age of six—has been removed. more...
  • Pele: Birth of a Legend
  • Pele: Birth of a Legend (PG)

    This cable-ready biopic of the Brazilian soccer star covers the eight years leading up to his triumphant performance at the 1958 World Cup finals, when he was only 17. more...