Spy (2015)

Though there are both stunts and humor galore, this is no James Bond spoof; comedic actors were actually taught fighting techniques to do most of their own stunts and action stars ad libbed many of the best lines. The result stands on its own two feet (and is perhaps overqualified) as a contender in its […]

Paris, je t’aime (2006)

Multiple accomplished filmmakers and actors lend their talents to a compilation of shorts that each pay tribute to a different section of Paris. You needn’t be familiar with the historic City of Love to enjoy the performances in each well-crafted story. Spanning a variety of styles and genres, this clever project (the original of its kind) depicts a diverse and complex city in way that feels timeless.

Charade (1963)

It’s as if Hitchcock went to Paris. He didn’t but a script full of twists and turns brought to life by two of the most elegant lead actors ever to grace the screen, supported by high-quality talent is bound to yield mystery, action, suspense, humor and romance. What’s not to like?