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  • By Drew G. Dellinger
    June 04, 2013
    10:35 PM

    One of the films at the top of my list come July's Barnes & Noble sale. I...can't...wait.
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    • By Yyy
      June 05, 2013
      02:31 PM

      Amazon is having it half off right now.
  • By Craig J. Clark
    June 04, 2013
    11:30 PM

    Such an amazing film. I was lucky to see it on the big screen when it was re-released in theaters in the late '90s.
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  • By Austin DeRaedt
    June 05, 2013
    12:52 PM

    This movie is awesome!
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  • By Ron
    June 05, 2013
    03:29 PM

    On my top ten films of all time.
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  • By Myles Johnson
    June 05, 2013
    03:30 PM

    Probably the most beautiful film ever made.
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  • By Glenn
    June 05, 2013
    05:44 PM

    I've seen it well over a hundred times. It became my favorite film on first viewing and remains so.
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  • By Darryl
    June 05, 2013
    06:47 PM

    Stupendous and devastating! I am in tears during that final swimming hole scene. Something supremely emotional strikes me that I cannot explain.... Truly, one of the greatest pieces of celluloid ever...!
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  • By Chris
    June 06, 2013
    10:23 AM

    Yep, if asked to pick a favorite film of all time, this would be it for me.
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  • By muggles
    June 07, 2013
    11:38 AM

    Yes, truly stupendous ... Hadn't seen it since childhood ... Suffice it to say that any film which leaves one with the emotion of : "Gosh, and here I'd always thought she was so lovely and nubile in Logan's Run!" is a great movie in my book !!!
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  • By ingrasp
    June 07, 2013
    10:05 PM

    Stunning and unique...
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  • By Barry Moore
    July 19, 2013
    05:12 PM

    One of the great landscape films, and, though director Roeg is British, one of the harbingers of the imminent flowering of Australian cinema. These behind-the-scenes glimpses of the making of this very special film are great.
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  • By Roger Thornhill
    December 04, 2013
    12:27 AM

    A profound work of art, and like no other film I can think of it continues to provide a deeply emotional experience with repeated viewings. The apparent lack of an implicit storyline completely tugs at you in the final scenes, leaving me with a painful sense of loss as a viewer, completely in tune with the character of the girl. This is a remarkably inspired piece of directing and editing. Mr Roeg and Miss Agutter should be very, very proud of this film.
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