Everybody Go Home. Alberto Sordi is fairly funny in a fairly funny comedy about Italy's armed farces during World War II.
The Reluctant Saint. Maximilian Schell attains new histrionic heights in the amusing, amazing story of San Giuseppe of Cupertino (1603-63), a saint who could literally fly.
Two for the Seesaw. Love comes to Gittel Moscowitz in a pretty funny film version of William Gibson's play about what happens when a blue-eyed Babbitt from Omaha meets a blackstocking in Greenwich Village.
The Long Absence. The old reliable Enoch Arden story, told with skill and...