Five Not-As-Terrible-As-You-Think Comedy Movies

On Monday, Saul Austerlitz wrote about his recent author tour. He will be blogging all week for MyJewishLearning and the Jewish Book Council’s Jewish Authors Blog.
In writing my book Another Fine Mess: A History of American Film Comedy, I spent a lot of time concentrating on the greatest films in the history of American comedy: your City Lights, your Shop Around the Corners, your Annie Halls. Continue reading here.

3 responses to “Five Not-As-Terrible-As-You-Think Comedy Movies

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  2. I also think that When a Stranger Calls with Carol Kane is a so-so movie .. Another film I love that manages to frighten without gore is a British film .. with dead relatives and the psycho starts chasing her through the woods.

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