They All Laughed: Directed by Peter Bogdanovich. With Audrey Hepburn, Ben Gazzara, Patti Hansen, John Ritter. A mad cap private-eye caper about a team of detectives who are following, and are being followed by, a group of beautiful women.
- Peter Bogdanovich
- Audrey Hepburn, Ben Gazzara, Patti Hansen
Peter Bogdanovich Director ... They All Laughed somehow manages to cling to the humor found in its title. ... doing Bogdonavich, may be at his best. Blaine Novack is quite a character; Patti ...
Apr 30, 2013 · One of the best from one of the best American filmmakers, Peter Bogdanovich. Great writing and great directing. Mr. Peter Bogdanovich is a former actor so he knows how to bring out the best from the best and this film has the best, a stellar cast: Audrey Hepburn, Ben Gazzara, John Ritter, and Dorothy Stratten (sadly, her final film role).
Oct 14, 2016 · Besides presenting the screening of “They All Laughed,” you are also going to be introducing a screening of “One Day Since Yesterday: Peter Bogdanovich and the Lost American Film,” a documentary that looks at your career in general and chronicles the convoluted story surrounding its production and release.
- “Targets” (1968) If Peter Bogdanovich’s first feature is not a great film it’s only because it’s really two films. One is a slightly anonymous Roger Corman cheapie, inventively shot by regular Bogdanovich collaborator Laszlo Kovacs (“Five Easy Pieces,” “Easy Rider“) and discomfitingly prescient in its plot, which sees an ordinary young man turn mass murderer, first at home, then as a highway sniper, then at a movie theater.
- “The Last Picture Show” (1971) Thanks to the somewhat surprising success of “Targets,” the road was paved for Peter Bogdanovich to go on to direct three bonafide American classics in a row — the filmscape of the bountiful 1970s would be forever changed for the better — starting with “The Last Picture Show.”
- “What’s Up, Doc?” (1972) The throwback tendencies of Bogdanovich’s latest, “She’s Funny That Way,” arguably make it feel old-fashioned, but the director’s most successful take on the screwball genre, “What’s Up, Doc?”
- “Daisy Miller” (1974) More here because it’s essential to an understanding of Bogdanovich’s career than necessarily because it’s his greatest film, his Henry James adaptation certainly has more spark and verve to it than the same year’s deathly dull “The Great Gatsby,” with which it competed in the “handsomely mounted period literary adaptation” stakes.
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Read movie and film review for They All Laughed (1981) - Peter Bogdanovich on AllMovie - Dismissed by critics at the time of its release…
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T here’s as much eye-am-a-camera spying in They All Laughed as in the most obsessive works of Hitchcock and De Palma, but while those directors dissect the medium’s inherent voyeurism, Peter Bogdanovich prefers to use cinema’s eager peepers to connect viewers to the evanescent yearning of romantic movies. Set in an airier, less hermetic ...
Feb 08, 2010 · They All Laughed (1981, Peter Bogdanovich) I finally got around to seeing Peter Bogdanovich's They All Laughed after my friend Brian raved about it and I found it in a bargain DVD store for $6. I'd read quite a few reviews critiquing the film as being too light and insubstantial.