The curiously celibate romantic action comedies of Edgar Wright and Peter Bogdanovich, the rhyming wordplay of Quentin Tarantino and Wes Anderson...they all owe their existence to screwballs.
ZOOM-ZOOM: ON THE FILMS OF EDGAR WRIGHT
The beauty of these films isn’t always what they say—it’s how they sing.
INTERVIEW: EDDIE IZZARD, FORCE MAJEURE
"My theory is that all humor is human."