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The funniest movie of the year? Chris Rock finally hits it out of the park with brilliant Top Five

By Alex Bentley

Great serious comedies — an oxymoronic term, perhaps — are in short supply. Most comedies either try to appeal to the lowest common denominator or aim high and fall short of their goals ...


Film screening: Man of Iron

Museum of Fine Arts, Houston

Man of Iron was filmed in the wake of the epochal 1980 Gdansk shipyard strike and in the midst of the birth of Polish democracy. The focus, however, shifts to the morally ambiguous perspective of W


Film screening: The Illumination

Museum of Fine Arts, Houston

This audacious coming-of-age drama follows a brilliant young physicist in his search for truth. He thinks science will provide the answers, but ultimately learns far more about himself through expe


Film screening: The Hourglass Sanatorium

Museum of Fine Arts, Houston

The Hourglass Sanatorium mingles allegory and metaphor to produce a stunning head-trip of a movie. Joseph (Jan Nowicki) is visiting his father in a strange, decrepit sanatorium. This bewildering pu


Film screening: Jump

Museum of Fine Arts, Houston

One of Poland's most important novelists, Tadeusz Konwicki was also a director and screenwriter. Jump is a tantalizing existential mystery that hops nimbly between allegory and black comedy. It


Film screening: Camouflage

Museum of Fine Arts, Houston

An ironic and absurd comedy, Camouflage transports audiences to a university summer school camp. The shallowness and cynicism of the academic milieu becomes apparent though the relationship between


Houston Premieres film screening: Bad Hair

Museum of Fine Arts, Houston

Living on the outskirts of Caracas, 9-year-old Junior (Samuel Lange) dreams of straightening his dark, curly locks and dressing like a pop singer. His mother (Samantha Castillo), a single mom, is f


Restoration and Revivals film screening: Don't Look Now

Museum of Fine Arts, Houston

Donald Sutherland and Julie Christie mesmerize as a married couple on an extended trip to Venice following a family tragedy. While in that elegantly decaying city, they have a series of inexplicabl


Film screening: Ashes and Diamonds

Museum of Fine Arts, Houston

Ashes and Diamonds is set on the last day of World War II and the first day of peace. Seen through the eyes of Maciek (Zbigniew Cybulski), a young Polish resistance soldier, the old is rapidly mixi


Film screening: British Arrows 2014

Museum of Fine Arts, Houston

Established in 1976, the British Television Advertising Awards (now British Arrows) recognizes and rewards the best television, online, outdoor and cinema commercials made by British advertising ag


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