Marguerite is an exquisite film tribute to the strange, wonderful spirit of would be diva Florence Foster Jenkins.
Amidst the drink, drugs, sex, rock 'n' roll and baseball are funny sight gags, revealing a slapstick sensibility.
Sicilian playwright Luigi Pirandello's iconoclastic play is all the more impressive when one takes into account that its premiere in Rome was way back in 1921.
On the face of it, a collaboration between Beckett and Buster Keaton sounds like an unlikely alliance of artists.
"Dear Motion Picture Academy of Arts and Sciences, you have come under intense criticism for Cloroxing this year's Oscars..."
It is the first opera written about the Iraq War, and it is highly worthwhile.
The conventions of the espionage thriller meet the attributes of the musical, with lots of comedy along the way.
"Tango" perpetuates that age-old Hollywood tradition of setting stories in the "exotic" Third World.
The Socialist Register has once again demonstrated why, after 52 years, it remains one of the premier international academic journals of the left.
What does it mean to be a hero? What can we learn from our heroes? How shall we treat them?