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The Great Dictator
There’s Never Been a Better Time to Watch Charlie Chaplin’s ‘The Great […]
As the ugliness of the Trump administration’s nationalism and hate has roared into office in the last six weeks, it’s drawn more than one […]
The 20 Best Comedy Movies of All Time
The funniest movies tend to burrow into our brains like no other form of popular entertainment. Through repeated viewings and earworm quotes, […]
The Complicated Tale of Chaplin’s
, Chaplin was trying to make a social and political statement.
How Five World Leaders Reacted to Hollywood’s Unflattering Depictions
Hitler, Saddam, Bush, Clinton.
Adam K. Raymond
Charlie Chaplin Gets Auto-Tuned
Wait, Chaplin’s in the Black Eyed Peas?
The Dictator, Great and Otherwise: Is Sacha Baron Cohen the Modern Charlie […]
The Guardian’s Phil Hoad points out that, not only do Sacha Baron Cohen’s The Dictator and Charlie Chaplin’s The Great Dictator seem cut from […]
Tina Fey, ‘W.,’ and the Ten Funniest Political Impressions of All Time
In Bass Baritone’s Warm Memoir, It’s the Story That Sings
Thomas Quasthoff now stands at just four feet tall, with severely underdeveloped legs and arms — and having fashioned himself one of the great bass baritones of the age.