Scott Marks 4:30 p.m., Dec. 5
Start the Revolution without Me
Bud Yorkin's highly inventive, highly inebriated spoof on the preposterous intrigues of Dumas-esque historical fiction, with Gene Wilder, often a scream, and Donald Sutherland each portraying mismatched twins -- dimwit peasants on one side and cruel nobles on the other -- who are all brought together by Destiny's design on the eve of the French Revolution. 1969.
— Duncan Shepherd
- Rated PG