Oblogatory loves dark comedy and ’40s screwball antics, so why does “Arsenic and Old Lace,” starring Cary Grant and Peter Lorre, leave a funny aftertaste?
Oblogatory continues exploring dark comedy with the riotous 1961 classic “Divorce Italian Style,” a movie whose humor is so caustic, you could dissolve a body in it!
“Some Like It Hot” has surged back to the forefront of cultural relevance after nabbing 13 Tony nominations and winning Best Actor in a Musical. Oblogatory rewatches the 1959 film to find out if this jazzy comedy is still as fiery as advertised.
Oblogatory watches Woody Allen’s greatest comedic work, “Annie Hall,” starring Diane Keaton. Far from old-fashioned, this movie is neat!
ChatGPT 3.5 also reviews “Annie Hall,” in a “John Henry Vs. The Machine” type duel.
Oblogatory revisits “Cats Don’t Dance,” a movie about Hollywood outsiders that got itself shut out before becoming a VHS and DVD cult classic.
Oblogatory spends six hours in a theater to learn why Barbieheimer, the dual release of “Barbie” and “Oppenheimer,” was profitable for all.
A Gospel “Pitch Perfect,” “Praise This” angles for the masses. Oblogatory finds out if this film reconciles its disparate audiences.
After much procrastination, Oblogatory finally follows the advice of Spike Lee’s greatest work and watches “Do the Right Thing.” And, yep, it’s still disturbingly relevant 30 years later.
“The Rules of the Game,” is Sight & Sound’s top comedy of all time. Find out why Oblogatory agrees with this list for once!
Is “Meet Me in St. Louis” even a Christmas movie? Not really, but its knockout song from Judy Garland gives it a top spot anyway. Oblogatory attends The World’s Fair with this musical classic.