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'Spaceballs' is hilarious
Among the new films coming to theatres this month is "A Haunted House 2," a spoof of more serious movies in which audiences are expected to be terrorized by the supernatural activities in an old house.
Mel Brooks on Why 'Blazing Saddles' 'Could Be The Funniest Motion Picture Ever Made'
At the TCM Classic Film Festival, the writer-director regaled the audience with tales of how Warner Bros.
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Chris Christie Ain't Got It
There's a scene in the comedy film "High Anxiety" in which a driver meets Mel Brooks at the airport and offers to pick up his cumbersome trunk.
Legends of the Silver Screen
Film buffs who complain there's not enough great movies shown on the big screen these days have little reason to complain this weekend when the fifth annual TCM Classic Film Festival hits Hollywood with a dazzling array of classic films and discussions with many of their stars.
We're at Now, Now: Interview with Douglas Rushkoff
By David Ryan Polgar Our life has turned into an absurd moment from Spaceballs .
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Mel Brooks' - The Producers' makes a splash at the Palace Theatre in Manchester
Watch out for little old ladies, as Mel Brooks' comic farce "The Producers" comes to Manchester's Palace Theatre through April 5. In what he has described as the "Third Act" of his loony and illustrious career, Brooks, who began his career as a television writer on Sid Caesar's "Your Show of Shows," and later a film director, , he's reinvented ... (more)
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After conquering TV, Jim Henson led the Muppets onto movie screens and handsomely succeeded with a charming road film that featured sturdy songs.
Eddie Mair shares a Mel Brooks anecdote
Is there a more electrifying moment in the history of cinema than the scene in Network when news anchor Howard Beale demands his viewers get up and yell out of their windows, "I'm as mad as hell and I'm not going to take this any more"? I can tell you from my less than encyclopaedic knowledge of films, that Network is a spellbinding, often ... (more)