One of the trends we've seen this year is there are more comedies
,'' says Kirsten Schaffer, Outfest's senior director of programming and operations.
originating in the great boreal homeland, the Canadiana content fluctuates.
His proplike objects and evolving installations offered audiences sly comedies
, sophisticated comedies
, vulgar comedies
, dumb comedies
We wanted the funniest comedies
we could get," she told the Cincinnati Enquirer.
Of course, Brooks went on to make lamer comedies
, and Allen got serious (not that there was anything wrong with that).
Martin observes that Middleton's city comedies
foreground the economic energies by which families are disrupted and refashioned in accordance with the values of commodity and exchange.
I love comedies
, but it is harder and harder now to get a good comedy going that isn't this big, high-concept, kind-of-broad thing,'' says North Carolina native Reed, who cut his directing teeth on Disney TV movies and satiric cable laughfests ``Mr.
Sansovino states that there had recently been built in Venice two theaters for the performance of comedies
, both in the parish of San Cassiano.
Canadian romantic comedies
have been few and far between.
Celebrated writing-producing-directing team Peter and Bobby Farrelly, the creative duo behind the hit comedies
"There's Something About Mary," "Dumb & Dumber" and "Me, Myself & Irene," have signed a deal with Warner Bros.
People remember you for the last thing you did and I did a lot of crazy characters on 'Saturday Night Live,'" said Kattan whose film work has continued in that vein with roles in such comedies
as "Undercover Brother," "Corky Romano," and "A Night at the Roxbury.
Like Barber, Hall frames his study of the comedies
with a strategic chapter on the Henry IV plays.
continues to hold its position as one of the best comedies
on television, and has already received two prestigious Emmy Awards (Linwood Boomer, Best Writer in a Comedy Series & Todd Holland, Best Director in a Comedy Series).
Well, it's actually funny and romantic, unlike many romantic comedies
these days,'' cracks Ruffalo, who's been in his share of lame love comedies
(``View From the Top'') and comedy-fantasies (``13 Going on 30'').
Jon Pollack, an executive producer on NBC's new computer-animated comedy ``Father of the Pride'' - one of only four comedies
on NBC this fall - offers a sage assessment of network prime-time comedy today: ``The public right now has good radar; when a new sitcom comes out, people expect it to be bad,'' he says.