The British filmmaker Bruce Robinson wrote and directed one of the greatest comedies ever made about pretentious artsy types and the pain of letting the good times pass you by. In Withnail and I, two unsuccessful (and usually drunk) young actors named Withnail and Marwood decide to slum it in the country with Withnail's depressed, lecherous gay uncle. Don't miss your chance to see Richard E. Grant (as Withnail) in all his glory: "We've gone on holiday by mistake. We're in this cottage here. Are you the farmer?"