I’ve grown accustom to my readers having an eclectic taste in cinema. Off the top of my head I can think of dozens of film enthusiasts frequenting Duke & The Movies that have their own specific niche or genre they unabashedly love. In the end though, I suspect all of us enjoy quality, and hopefully, comedy.
Which is the subject of our inquisition today – one that I’ve never truly broached before now but feel in conjunction with the release of The Campaign this weekend it’s something worthy of conversation.
No long-winded sermon about how the art of comedy has been deteriorating over the past decade, or how our seminal comedians in the movie business (Adam Sandler, Will Ferrell, etc) have gone down the path of stupidity and simplicity rather than humor and intellect.
Just my question for today:
In the history of cinema, who is your favorite comedic actor or actress?
Woody Allen? Bill Muray? Marx Brothers? Charlie Chaplin? Jack Lemmon? Peter Sellers? Eddie Murphy?
Let me know below.