Jon Lovitz

Exceptionally confronting yet the ability to make us weep and laugh.
Independent American filmmaker Todd Solondz, whose only other feature film was the agonisingly poignant Welcome to the Dollhouse, now presents his ironically titled Happiness. In terms of dysfunctional families, the Jordan's would have to take...
The early scenes are the most amusing.
Ray Winkler (Woody Allen) is an inept criminal who gathers together a small and equally inefficient gang to rob a bank by digging a tunnel into the vault from a nearby abandoned cafe. He gets Frenchy (Tracey Ullman), his disapproving wife, to...
In 1968 the original movie version of Mel Brooks' The Producers was called everything from 'tasteless' to a 'masterpiece of low comedy'. The premise for the film was a simple one: shonky theatre producer Max Bialystock (Zero Mostel) cooks up a...