Popcorn Reviews’s Collection (13)

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  • Eraserhead (Criterion DVD)

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    Eraserhead

    David Lynch

    Popcorn Reviews: “In addition to being a unique, absurdist nightmare, this film also comes with a deeper meaning based around themes such as industrialization and sex.”

    DVD Spine #725 Learn more »
  • Dr. Strangelove, or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb (Criterion Blu-Ray)

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    Dr. Strangelove, or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb

    Stanley Kubrick

    Popcorn Reviews: “This film contains numerous layers of comedy which are as funny as they are complex. Also, the acting was great, especially coming from Peter Sellers.”

    Blu-Ray Spine #821 Learn more »
  • Following (Criterion DVD)

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    Following

    Christopher Nolan

    Popcorn Reviews: “This film accomplished quite a bit with its short runtime such as developing the relationship between Bill and Cobb and containing several surprises.”

    DVD Spine #638 Learn more »
  • George Washington (Criterion Blu-Ray/DVD Combo)

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    George Washington

    David Gordon Green

    Popcorn Reviews: “Well shot and reminiscent of Malick, this film's purpose is to show us a glimpse in the lives of a couple dozen residents in a small, decaying town.”

    Dual Format Blu-ray/DVD Spine #152 Learn more »
  • The Phantom Carriage (Criterion DVD)

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    The Phantom Carriage

    Victor Sjöström

    Popcorn Reviews: “Topped with a compelling plot and great special effects, this influential film serves both as a chilling horror tale and a compelling character study.”

    DVD Spine #579 Learn more »
  • For All Mankind (Criterion DVD)

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    For All Mankind

    Al Reinert

    Popcorn Reviews: “A riveting combination of interviews, music, and editing. It was also quite humorous how a lot of the clips showed the astronauts fooling around.”

    DVD Spine #54 Learn more »
  • Cameraperson (Criterion DVD)

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    Cameraperson

    Kirsten Johnson

    Popcorn Reviews: “If a picture is worth 1,000 words, this film will take a lifetime to read due to the cathartic and emotional power it conveys from beginning to end.”

    DVD Spine #853 Learn more »
  • M (Criterion Blu-Ray)

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    M

    Fritz Lang

    Popcorn Reviews: “In addition to great acting and sound design, this movie has a deeper meaning involving a corrupt law force forming in the midst of another one.”

    Blu-Ray Spine #30 Learn more »
  • Days of Heaven (Criterion DVD)

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    Days of Heaven

    Terrence Malick

    Popcorn Reviews: “It has atmospheric cinematography and the short scenes of dialogue make it feel poetic. It also has quite a few layers of subtlety.”

    DVD Spine #409 Learn more »
  • The Killing (Criterion DVD)

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    The Killing

    Stanley Kubrick

    Popcorn Reviews: “One of Kubrick's best and most underseen films, this noir film is filled with numerous shocking twists. It gets more suspenseful as it goes on.”

    DVD Spine #575 Learn more »
  • Rashomon (Criterion DVD)

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    Rashomon

    Akira Kurosawa

    Popcorn Reviews: “The story structure was ambitious for its time, the cinematography and the weather are symbolic, the acting is creative, and it has a great ending.”

    DVD Spine #138 Learn more »
  • Great Expectations (Criterion DVD)

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    Great Expectations

    David Lean

    Popcorn Reviews: “A powerful, story-driven film with many great scenes and memorable characters. By the end, I was impressed by how much the characters changed.”

    DVD Spine #31 Learn more »
  • In a Lonely Place (Criterion DVD)

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    In a Lonely Place

    Nicholas Ray

    Popcorn Reviews: “Featuring Bogart's greatest role, this film contains suspense reminiscent of Hitchcock. Also, its ending can be viewed in different ways.”

    DVD Spine #810 Learn more »