I didn't think I'd be doing another Hitchcock film here on the INCspotlight, but his sole Hollywood attempt at comedy was too tempting to pass up.
Sammo Hung takes on the Bruceploitation genre in Enter the Fat Dragon, a martial arts comedy with spectacular action sequences...and little else to offer.
(Originally posted on Channel Awesome on January 5, 2018)
How the holy hell have I not reviewed a Buster Keaton movie yet in the four years I've been doing this blog? Time to rectify that mistake with The Cameraman, the first of his films I ever saw.
(Originally posted on Channel Awesome on November 16, 2017)
Sean Connery masterminds a daring theft in The Great Train Robbery, a well-crafted caper comedy set in Victorian England.
(Originally posted on Channel Awesome on October 17, 2017)
I can't give this breakneck classic comedy anything but love, baby - even if audiences felt differently when it was released.
(Originally posted on Channel Awesome on April 28, 2017)
Jimmy Stewart is at his most charming in Harvey, a delightful little comedy about a man whose best friend is an invisible six-foot-tall rabbit.
(Originally posted on Channel Awesome on December 19, 2016)
At long last, Donnie Yen makes his INCspotlight debut in Drunken Tai Chi - which is not only also his film debut, but one of the last old-school kung fu movies ever made.
(Originally posted on Channel Awesome on August 24, 2016)
W. C. Fields is California dreamin' in It's a Gift, a comedy classic from one of the great comedians of movie history.
(Originally posted on Channel Awesome on November 18, 2015)
It's off to college for Harold Lloyd in The Freshman, a parody of university life that still holds up quite well.
(Originally posted on Channel Awesome on August 10, 2015)
They change the rules around, they've got a different sound on Radio Free Roscoe, an excellent Canadian dramedy.
The INCspotlight, formerly hosted on the website Channel Awesome, now has a new home on my own website! Putting the spotlight on classics that deserve to be remembered!