The new work is a series of scathingly funny and grotesque variations on a sorrowful theme: the absolute end of a transforming belief.
(Ms. Bening is scathingly funny, and also quite graceful, as a walking monument to despicable values.)
Could middle-class suburban life be as empty and soulless as it is portrayed in Gary Burns's scathingly funny satire "Kitchen Party?"
You bet, but also scathingly funny.
The title of Mike Leigh's scathingly funny early-80's assault on Thatcherism might just as well describe our own age.
This was Richard Benjamin's film directing debut, and it's scathingly funny - Saturday at 2 p.m. on TCM.
And her angry, scathingly funny new exhibition at the 303 Gallery in the SoHo section of Manhattan corroborates her claim.
"Edmond" is both bleak and scathingly funny, about one commonplace fellow's descent into the hell of urban racism, followed by his ironic salvation.
He can be crass, snide and scathingly funny.