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Detour March 23, 2019
Detour March 23, 2019
Hummingbird Project March 29, 2019
The Aftermath March 29, 2019
The Mustang March 29, 2019
Met Opera: Die Walküre March 30, 2019
The Band Wagon March 30, 2019
King Creole April 6, 2019
Amazing Grace April 12, 2019
Young Mr. Lincoln April 13, 2019
Her Smell April 19, 2019
The Magician April 20, 2019
Gilda April 27, 2019
Holiday May 4, 2019
Met Opera: DIALOGUES DES CARMELITES May 11, 2019
The General May 11, 2019
A Story From Chikamatsu May 18, 2019
Biggest Little Farm May 24, 2019
I Am Cuba May 25, 2019
The Virgin Spring June 1, 2019
The Flavor of Green Tea Over Rice June 8, 2019
Rebecca June 15, 2019

Gloria Bell

A free-spirited woman in her 50s seeks out love at L.A. dance clubs. more »

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Apollo 11

A look at the Apollo 11 mission to land on the moon led by commander Neil Armstrong and pilot Buzz Aldrin. more »

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Babylon

The movie centers around Brindsley Forde's character blue. He fronts a reggae sound system based in west London. The movie captures the trials and tribulations of young black youths in troubled London in the early eighties. more »

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Everybody Knows

Laura, a Spanish woman living in Buenos Aires, returns to her hometown outside Madrid with her two children to attend her sister's wedding. However, the trip is upset by unexpected events that bring secrets into the open. more »

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Transit

When a man flees France after the Nazi invasion, he assumes the identity of a dead author whose papers he possesses. Stuck in Marseilles, he meets a young woman desperate to find her missing husband - the very man he's impersonating. more »

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Detour

“What can you say about a 69-minute grade-Z production from 1945 starring a catatonic unknown (Tom Neal) and the most metaphysically distressing actress ever to grace an American film (Ann Savage) that takes place mainly in front of a rear projection screen and a progression of minimally rendered motel rooms and roadside diners more »

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Detour

Chance events trap hitch-hiker Al Roberts in a tightening net of film noir trouble. more »

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Hummingbird Project

A pair of high-frequency traders go up against their old boss in an effort to make millions in a fiber-optic cable deal. more »

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The Aftermath

Post World War II, a British colonel and his wife are assigned to live in Hamburg during the post-war reconstruction, but tensions arise with the German who previously owned the house. more »

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The Mustang

MUSTANG tells the story of Roman Coleman, a violent convict, who is given the chance to participate in a rehabilitation therapy program involving the training of wild mustangs. more »

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Met Opera: Die Walküre

In what is expected to be a Wagnerian event for the ages, soprano Christine Goerke plays Brünnhilde, Wotan’s willful warrior daughter, who loses her immortality in opera’s most famous act of filial defiance. Tenor Stuart Skelton and soprano Eva-Maria Westbroek play the incestuous twins Siegmund and Sieglinde... more »

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The Band Wagon

“One of Minnelli's best musicals, with an ingenious book which has Buchanan as a highbrow producer trying to turn Astaire's comeback show into an art house 'Faust', while Astaire and Charisse are meantime resolving the problem of whether their dancing styles can meld into a partnership. More importantly, it parades a stream of b more »

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King Creole

“Curtiz's intelligent, austere, film noir-ish direction provides the perfect antidote to the occasional excesses of a script based on a Harold Robbins novel and an ideal complement to Presley's performance as a street hustler who forges himself a magnetic rebel image through his music. The sequence in which he sings 'If you're l more »

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Amazing Grace

A documentary presenting Aretha Franklin with choir at the New Bethel Baptist Church in Watts, Los Angeles in January 1972. more »

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Young Mr. Lincoln

“One of John Ford's most memorable films, and not at all the tedious bummer that the title might suggest. The film is an embroidery on an actual murder trial in which Lincoln was the defense lawyer. Henry Fonda, in one of his best early performances, is funny and poignant as the drawling, awkward young hero…” (Pauline Kael) more »

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Her Smell

A self-destructive punk rocker struggles with sobriety while trying to recapture the creative inspiration that led her band to success. more »

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The Magician

“Known in Sweden as The Face, Ingmar Bergman's 1958 film operates on the principle that illusion and reality, the darkly irrational and mysterious and the brightly rational and obvious, both possess an enormous power over the soul and mind of man. Set in the 19th century, it's one of Bergman's most tightly structured and frighte more »

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Gilda

“….It's set in a highly fanciful Buenos Aires, where a professional gambler (Glenn Ford) goes to work for a casino owner (George Macready) who then marries the gambler's old flame (Rita Hayworth), thereby setting off the sickest and weirdest bout of repressed love and hatred (both hetero- and bisexual) you ever saw. And Hayworth more »

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Holiday

“George Cukor's masterful 1938 film of Philip Barry's play about a society girl (Katharine Hepburn) who falls for her sister's charming, eccentric fiance (Cary Grant). The light comedy achieves perfection, but beneath it lies Cukor's serious concern for the ways in which we choose to live our lives. There are a thousand nonconfo more »

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Met Opera: DIALOGUES DES CARMELITES

Yannick Nézet-Séguin leads the classic John Dexter production of Poulenc’s devastating story of faith and martyrdom. Mezzo-soprano Isabel Leonard sings the touching role of Blanche and soprano Karita Mattila, a legend in her own time, returns to the Met as the Prioress. more »

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The General

”…Buster Keaton’s timeless 1926 silent The General is the perfect chase movie: it has never been bettered, and maybe never will. Keaton plays a train driver during the American civil war who loses both his beloved steam engine The General and his estranged fiancée (Marion Mack) to a troupe of Northern spies. Overcoming impedimen more »

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A Story From Chikamatsu

“A sublime, perfectly modulated story of doomed love between a merchant's wife and a servant, set in 17th-century Japan and drawn from the repertory of Japan's puppet theater, the Bunraku. Kenji Mizoguchi's 1954 film has the most imaginative sound track of any of his films, and while the story lacks the awesome power of his Uget more »

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Biggest Little Farm

Documentarian John Chester and his wife Molly work to develop a sustainable farm on 200 acres outside of Los Angeles. more »

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I Am Cuba

“….A black-and-white wonderment that tells the story of the revolution with squealing trumpets, restless drums and astonishing cinematography. It is a story told with everyday heroes laboring in smoky dance halls and dusty fields, and with villains like Batista and the United Fruit Company. Mostly, though, it is a story told wit more »

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The Virgin Spring

"One of the few films that Ingmar Bergman directed but did not write, this 1960 feature recounts a 14th-century Swedish legend on the abundance of God's grace. The period details are magnificently worked into the narrative, and the pace and economy of the tortured Swede's storytelling make his metaphysics infinitely easier to ta more »

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The Flavor of Green Tea Over Rice

“Beginning in light-hearted mood with four women deceiving their husbands to go drinking at a spa, this exquisite Ozu film gradually turns dark as it charts the marital crisis of one of the women and her taciturn husband. At once a study of the shortcomings and strengths of the arranged marriage, and an exploration of what const more »

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Rebecca

“Magnificent romantic-gothic corn, full of Alfred Hitchcock's humor and inventiveness…Joan Fontaine gives one of her rare really fine performances--she makes her character's shyness deeply charming. And with Judith Anderson, George Sanders, and Florence Bates--all three showing their flair for playing rotten people….” (Pauline K more »

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