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The Narrator is a regular commenter on websites like AV Club and CriterionForum. He runs a weekly DVD round-up on the AV Club, for which he has garnered praise and possibly-not-untrue accusations of time-wasting. His books include Bookology 101: A Beginner's Guide to Community, Of German Fish and Men: A Beginner's Guide to American Dad, and From A to Z: A Beginner's Guide to Criterion, excerpts from which are shown here. He has written essays for the Criterion releases of Kindergarten Cop and Animation Found and Lost: The Disney in the 2000s Story.
You'll be laughing until New Year's after you watch this uproarious tale about Ralphie Parker's ongoing quest for a Red Ryder BB gun!
Legendary singer/songwriter Art Garfunkel and Theresa Russell star in this memorable romantic comedy as lovers who keep bumping into each other whenever they're late! Will these crazy fellows not be late... to love?
Roman Polanski offers more laughs than you can stuff an SUV with! Donald Pleasence and Françoise Dorléac are adjusting to life in suburbia when a wacky new neighbor (Lionel Stander) shows up, and turns this cul-de-sac into the kookiest in the neighborhood!
It's Jimmy Wrath's 18th birthday, and it seems like everything is going wrong!
In this pulse-pounding thriller, six strangers meet in an elevator, only to find out that one of them is the legendary Albany Strangler! Written by M. Night Shyamalan.
Adam Sandler plays both Fanny and Alexander as they make this a Christmas that no one will forget!
We all know he was our first President, but no one knows that he was secretly a Sasquatch Hunter! From the director of Your Highness and The Sitter.
The most bombastic Arnold Schwarzenegger movie yet! "To be or not to be... not to be."
She's a strong, single lady, he's the hunk next door! Will they put aside their differences and prove that opposites attract?
In the vein of Just Visiting, this wacky time-travel comedy asks the question; can a respected 19th century British novelist make it in 21th century New York?
Will Ferrell does it again!
From the director of Gothika!
Part 13 of an educational series to help kids learn the alphabet!
You can think of at least two right things about that title!
A new take on the classic tale of Oliver & Company!
A fun day at the park makes some less than expected turns in this hilarious farce from the director of The Truman Show!
A musical hit in the vein of Annie!
Finally, a biopic about the most underrated band of the 80s... A Flock of Seagulls!
Paul Brennan has to sell 100,000 Bibles in one week, or his wife dies. Can he make it?
Ever wonder what happens when you leave all your doll's furniture alone? Gives Toy Story a run for its money!
Sadly, Tommy Lee Jones does not return, but it's still a disaster movie hit!
If you liked Twilight, you'll love Vampyr!
He's got a lot to say... and he isn't even human!
Move over, King Kong! There's a new monster in town!
What happened before Abraham Lincoln became a vampire hunter?
Part 26 of an educational series to help kids learn the alphabet.