Sane "Wonder Boys"

The Michael Douglas comedy offers the kind of undiluted enjoyment and sanity much needed during this year's post-election frenzy.


Read by Michael Sragow
November 14, 2000 4:06AM (UTC)

Salon columnist Michael Sragow was a movie critic and editor at Rolling Stone, and now writes on film for the New Yorker and other publications. Listen to his weekly audio recordings discussing movies and DVDs.

This week, Sragow reviews the re-release of the Michael Douglas comedy "Wonder Boys." It's a refreshing film, he argues, that offers the kind of undiluted enjoyment and sanity much needed in the frenzied days following this year's presidential election.

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