Paul Mazursky’s direction is sensitive; Ellen Burstyn and Larry Hagman are distinctive. Woody Allen wakes up in a futuristic dictatorship only to be kidnapped by Diane Keaton and her rebel cohorts. Hilarious and prescient scenes parodying politics, way of life, and intercourse abound. George Lucas (Star Wars) directed, and selected a forged of newcomers with actual talent, amongst them Richard Dreyfuss, Ron Howard, and Harrison Ford.
As New York cops abruptly thrust from desk work and donuts into white-collar crime after the death of their fellow officers, they should learn how to play within the huge leagues—fast. Whether you’re in the temper for a household-pleasant flick or a rom-com, Netflix has the punchlines queued up. Cartoonist Ronald Searle’s caricatures of a British all-girls college brought to hideously hilarious life by director Frank Launder. Joyce Grenfell and Alastair Sim (in a dual role) make a lot of their opportunities.
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