Repertory Pick: Shakespeare Turns 450
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Master of the House: In the Corner
By Mark Le Fanu
Those are our three reasons. What are yours?
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“that's awesome perspective Peter! :)”
JediFonger on The Magnetic Mifune, about 1 hour ago.
“I don't know how the bulk of Von Trier fans feel about some of his more recent offerings but I think that from my perspective his older films, or those of the 90's more so than now, are beyond superior . . .”
Daniel S. on Breaking the Waves: Breaking the Rules, about 2 hours ago.
“After seeing my first couple of Mifune films, I remember thinking "He's the Japanese De Niro." Now, many years and many Mifune films later I realize, of course, "De Niro is the American Mifune . . .”
Peter F. on The Magnetic Mifune, about 3 hours ago.
“Love it. I'm so excited for this one, and thankful to Criterion for releasing it! I'm sure many Americans otherwise would never have seen it.”
Ben on Alexander Payne on Il sorpasso, about 9 hours ago.
“Amen Dog, amen! But we love our pointless doom and gloom these days. That's the stuff that get's called "Profound". And remember, if you don't agree, and aren't afraid to say that you only see . . .”
brj1992 on Breaking the Waves and Emotional Editing, about 17 hours ago.
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