Seminar: My Cousin Vinny
"If they can teach My Cousin Vinny in law school, y'all can show it at the Coolidge." — Boston Globe film critic Odie Henderson
Before the screening, film critic Odie Henderson will be here to educate the yutes about Joe Pesci's hit 1992 comedy, featuring an Oscar-winning turn by Marisa Tomei. Join us!
ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR
Odie Henderson is the film critic at The Boston Globe. Henderson is a member of the National Society of Film Critics; hosts a film club at the Jacob Burns Film Center in Pleasantville, NY; has appeared on NPR’s Pop Culture Happy Hour podcast; and programmed a nine-film sidebar on Black American Cinema at the Off-Plus Camera Film Festival in Krakow, Poland. Prior to the Globe, he was a film critic at RogerEbert.com. Endlessly curious, he loves to travel and explore, often related to film festivals and research.
Films & Events
Before the screening, film critic Odie Henderson will be here to educate the yutes about Joe Pesci's hit 1992 comedy!
There have been many courtroom dramas that have glorified The Great American Legal System. This is not one of them.