www.youtube.com Buster Keaton in “The goat”, 1921. The great Buster Keaton. The greatest physical comdedian in cinema history. Buster Keaton Performing Stunts. The Goat is a 1921 short comedy film written, directed by and starring comedian Buster Keaton. The plot involves the complications that ensue when Buster Keaton is mistaken for the criminal “Dead Shot […]
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The animators at Pixar take physical comedy to a whole new level with Linguini – Remy’s unlikely partner in culinary crime!
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We review two recently released movies that both target the male audience.
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There are occasions — mostly relating to desiring to impress a girl — when a guy wants to find a decent artsy subtitled foreign flick in order to show off his more erudite side.