106 total votes
Mon Oncle

Mon Oncle

Mon Oncle is a 1958 film comedy by French filmmaker Jacques Tati. The first of Tati's films to be released in colour, Mon Oncle won the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film, a Special Prize at the 1958 Cannes Film Festival, and the New York Film Critics Circle Award for Best Foreign Language Film, receiving more honors than any of Tati's other cinematic works. The film centers on the socially awkward yet lovable character of Monsieur Hulot and his quixotic struggle with postwar France's infatuation with modern architecture, mechanical efficiency and consumerism. As with most Tati films, Mon Oncle is largely a visual comedy; color and lighting are employed to help tell the ... more on Wikipedia

Mon Oncle is ranked on...

#913 of 1,212 The Absolute Funniest Movies Of All Time 983k VOTES The funniest movies of all time, ranked by fans. What are the funniest movies ever made? From Airplane! to The Jerk to The 4...
#45 of 52 The Best Comedy Movies of the 1950s 2.8k VOTES Some of the best '50s comedy movies include Marilyn Monroe, the Blonde Bombshell herself. She appears in several i...
#6 of 48 The Best French Comedy Movies 1k VOTES The French aren't usually known for their sense of humor, but this list of the best French comedy movies proves that the Fre...
#1 of 11 The Best Jacques Tati Movies 78 VOTES List of the best Jacques Tati movies, ranked best to worst with movie trailers when available. Jacques Tati's highest grossi...

Mon Oncle is also found on...

Movies Distributed by Gaumont Film Company List of All Movies Released in 1958