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An introduction to The Criterion Collection. The first ten editions to consider.
The samurai film all others are measured to.
Iconic. You know the scene even if you haven't seen this masterpiece.
What to do when you're all out of ideas? Make a film about it.
French new wave; cool noir.
Fairy tale on film done right. Disney has nothing on Cocteau's vision.
To satisfy your dystopian cravings.
You'll believe in Dreyer after watching this. Then go and watch his other moving art.
A daring poetic film about redemptive suffering.
There are war movies and there's The Battle of Algiers.
"[Videodrome] has something that you don't. A philohophy. And that's what makes it dangerous."