Our movie reviewers answer your questions
I think School of Rock has the funniest closing credits since Ferris Bueller’s Day Off. Which are your favorite? — Jessica DeLeon
The chicken-and-egg debate between rats at the end of Chicken Run rules the roost for me.
Me again. I think the scariest moment in a non-horror movie is the dancing sequence in The Big Chill. Your pick? — JD
Eek, when Robin Williams plays with a red clown nose in Patch Adams, my blood runs cold.
Friends say William Shatner has become a parody of himself. But I know he has made some very fine films in the past. Can you recommend one? — Gail M. Eppers
A beaut: Before he explored the Final Frontier, 30-year-old Shatner played the aide to Spencer Tracy as chief judge in Judgment at Nuremberg, Stanley Kramer’s towering 1961 pic (from Abby Mann’s Oscar-winning screenplay) about the Nazi war-crime trial.
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