SUPERSTAR
1999, Paramount, 81 min, USA, Dir: Bruce McCulloch

The “SNL movie” phenomenon was never more gleefully inside-out than with SUPERSTAR, the funtastic origin story of “television's most endearing insecure extrovert” (New York Times.) Molly Shannon lays down the comedic law as Mary Katherine Gallagher, a Catholic schoolgirl with showbiz aspirations equally as mondo as her skewed sexual awakening. An absurd, subversive ‘90s ride - and the only film co-starring both MTV’s Tom Green and MARY POPPINS’ Glynis Johns.


ELF
2003, New Line Cinema, 97 min, Dir: Jon Favreau

Will Ferrell is at his hilarious best as Buddy, a human who has been raised among Santa’s elves at the North Pole. All grown up, Buddy causes oversized mayhem in the elves’ petite Christmas workshop, so he heads to New York City in search of his real identity. A father-son bonding experience like no other! With James Caan, Bob Newhart as Papa Elf, Mary Steenburgen and Zooey Deschanel.


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