How a deceptively simple game of charades in ‘Young Frankenstein’ tells us everything about the work that goes in to making us laugh.
Tag Archives | Mel Brooks
Slim pickings this week, but there happens to be a masterpiece or two worth your time.
May is over and out with it goes the Career Appreciation of Mel Brooks. To wrap things up here are my picks for his top 8 films of all-time.
As Mel Brooks month at Film Misery begins to wind down it’s time for you to vote for your favorite Brooks movie of all-time!
Brandon Cooley celebrates Mel Brooks month by reviewing one of Brooks’ classic films ‘Young Frankenstein’.
Because of its subject matter, its style, and its arsenal of comic bits, ‘Blazing Saddles’ is a film that will never feel old.
One of Mel Brooks’ director trademarks is a show-stopping musical number in his films. These are my favorites.
How well do you know Mel Brooks? Try this 25-question quiz and find out!
Second-rate Mel Brooks comedy is still funnier than what most directors can offer.
The month of May will be dedicated to the wonderful career of Mel Brooks featuring reviews, polls, lists, and much more!