Sometimes your brain, just like your body, needs to be flushed of all the toxins you've been dumping into it, especially if you've been streaming a lot of Netflix. No remedy for that at Whole Foods, but the Dallas Film Society, along with Morning News critic Chris Vognar and the Angelika, is taking a crack with its latest film series: Make 'Em Laugh: A Look at Modern American Comedies.
And they've plucked some good ones:
Aug 9: DUCK SOUP (1933)
Sept 13: SULLIVAN'S TRAVELS (1941)
Oct. 11: SOME LIKE IT HOT (1959)
Nov. (date tbd): DR STRANGELOVE (1964)
Dec 13: ANNIE HALL (1977)
Jan. 10: RAISING ARIZONA (1987)
Screenings are free, but you'll have to RSVP within 10 days of each screening, so make a Google event or something.
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