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La Collectionneuse

Éric Rohmer covered all the seasons in his oeuvre, but he seemed to have a special affinity for the underdressed liminal space of summer vacation. Patrick Bachau’s insufferable art bro winds up sharing a borrowed villa by the ocean with a frequently bikini-ed young woman (Haydée Politoff) who remains indifferent to him, thereby more »

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Longlegs

In pursuit of a serial killer, an FBI agent uncovers a series of occult clues that she must solve to end his terrifying killing spree. more »

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Fly Me to the Moon

Marketing maven Kelly Jones wreaks havoc on launch director Cole Davis's already difficult task. When the White House deems the mission too important to fail, Jones is directed to stage a fake moon landing as back-up. more »

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Kinds of Kindness

A man seeks to break free from his predetermined path, a cop questions his wife's demeanor after her return from a supposed drowning, and a woman searches for an extraordinary individual prophesied to become a renowned spiritual guide. more »

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Maxxxine

In 1980s Hollywood, adult film star and aspiring actress Maxine Minx finally gets her big break. But as a mysterious killer stalks the starlets of Hollywood, a trail of blood threatens to reveal her sinister past. more »

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Thelma

When 93-year-old Thelma Post gets duped by a phone scammer pretending to be her grandson, she sets out on a treacherous quest across the city to reclaim what was taken from her. more »

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Humanoids From The Deep

Jaws meets Alien meets a 1950s nature-run-amok creature feature in this drive-in corker produced by the late, great Roger Corman. Mutant sea creatures terrorize a fishing village in order to propagate their species via trysts with the local nubiles. During postproduction, Corman reportedly cut nuance and added more blood, boobs, more »

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National Anthem

A 21-year-old construction worker in New Mexico joins a community of queer rodeo performers in search of their own version of the American dream. more »

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Touch

A romantic and thrilling story that spans several decades and continents; Touch follows one man's emotional journey to find his first love who disappeared 50 years ago, before his time runs out. more »

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Shoeshine

Shoeshine boys were the squeegee kids of postwar Italy — hustling to make a coin and a bit too underfoot for some. Vittoria De Sica’s early neorealist triumph follows two urchins (Franco Interlenghi and Rinaldo Smordoni, both terrific) from the street into Italy’s juvenile-justice system, which tears them apart. It’s shocking ho more »

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The People’s Joker

Just your average candy-colored, half-animated trans coming-of-age story as filtered through the prism of the DC Universe with bonus critique of the professional comedy-industrial complex. Writer/director/star Vera Drew whips up a smart and frothy debut comedy that’s as smart and creative as it is fun and heartfelt. See it befor more »

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Le Samouraï

Clad in his now-iconic fedora and trenchcoat, Alain Delon’s sangfroid assassin attempts to elude both the police and his disgruntled clients after his latest murder-for-hire. Part underworld procedural, part existential hang, Jean-Pierre Melville’s elegant neo-noir codified a certain category of cinema cool, with an assist from more »

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Multiple Maniacs

John Waters made films that prodded the funny bone and gag reflex more than his second feature, but there’s an anarchic, unhinged energy here that outstrips everything else in his cinema. Divine and the rest of the Dreamlanders kill, steal, commit sacrilege, kill again, cannibalize, and kill some more in lurid black and white. more »

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Kneecap

When fate brings Belfast teacher JJ into the orbit of self-confessed 'low life scum' Naoise and Liam Og, the needle drops on a hip hop act like no other. Rapping in their native Irish, they lead a movement to save their mother tongue. more »

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Sing Sing

Divine G, imprisoned at Sing Sing for a crime he didn't commit, finds purpose by acting in a theatre group alongside other incarcerated men in this story of resilience, humanity, and the transformative power of art. more »

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Seven Samurai

“Epic” is overused, but it’s hard to get around it here. Akira Kurosawa drew the blueprint for action cinema with his vastly influential tale of hastily recruited ronin defending a village full of farmers from marauding bandits. Along the way, he limns indelible character moments not only for the stoic warriors but for the haple more »

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Didi

In 2008, during the last month of summer before high school begins, an impressionable 13-year-old Taiwanese American boy learns what his family can't teach him: how to skate, how to flirt, and how to love your mom. more »

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Dirty Mary Crazy Larry

A nasty piece of work. Susan George and Peter Fonda star as the title lowlife dimbulbs, whose kidnap-for-ransom scheme leads to reel after reel of vintage Detroit muscle speeding down rural backroads, totaling cop cars, and ducking helicopters. For some reason, every major character in this drive-in exemplar se more »

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Winchester ’73

James Stewart rebooted his career and nice-guy image with the first of eight oaters he made with Anthony Mann, justly admired for their tortured psychology (at least by 1950s standards). The title firearm, won by and stolen from Stewart’s deadeye, links together a panoply of characters as it passes from hand to hand. A nearly pe more »

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Black Tight Killers

It’s as if this restored gem was concocted in a lab to delight 21st-century kitsch hounds. A playboy war photographer gets mixed up with underworld shenanigans that involve a squad of perky but deadly women operatives in matching mod outfits. Got a pedestrian people-talking-in-a-car shot? Why not make the street-scene behind the more »

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Classe Tous Risques

Knuckle-faced Lino Ventura plays a hood on the run trying to make his way from Milan back to Paris with his family without getting pinched. Heists, police ambushes, and old-pals-turned-frenemies complicate matters. Shoved aside by the French New Wave, Claude Sautet’s headlong crime flick still lacks the cult it deserves, but we more »

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Between the Temples

A cantor in a crisis of faith finds his world turned upside down when his grade school music teacher re-enters his life as his new adult Bat Mitzvah student. more »

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Reservoir Dogs

Is this still Quentin Tarantino’s best film? There’s something to be said for the relative leanness of his tricksy tale of the fallout from a heist gone wrong, not to mention its lack of pretensions to genius and spectacle. It even has noir veteran Laurence Tierney giving it two-fisted bonafides. Drink every time the characters more »

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The Small Back Room

Powell and Pressburger regular David Farrar plays a WWII bomb expert in constant pain from an amputated leg who self-medicates with booze. Can he solve the mystery of the Nazi booby trap killing his fellow Englishmen? Can he save his relationship with his long-suffering girl (fellow P&P regular Kathleen Byron)? Can he preserve h more »

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The Evil Dead

Alongside the budding slashers of the early ‘80s arose a film that shamed them with its gushing creativity and unruly wit. Sam Raimi was all of 20 when he took the college-kids-on-a-trip horror trope and flooded it with giddy energy and fake bodily fluids, inaugurating a franchise and a career that have more than delivered on th more »

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The War of the Worlds

Martians have invaded Earth, and there’s absolutely no way to stop them. That’s the complete plotline of this vintage sci-fi classic, which is both more gorgeous and way more of a downer than you probably remember. Its effects may not measure up to raised-on-CGI standards, but the imagination behind its design still captivates. more »

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Starman

John Carpenter responded to the box-office failure of his 1982 masterpiece The Thing in part by making its precise opposite. Here, Jeff Bridges’ extraterrestrial is a benign tourist who grows on (not in) Karen Allen’s earthling widow by taking on the form of her dead husband. Carpenter shot his oddball sci-fi romance on location more »

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The Searchers

As American as racism and violence. John Ford’s national landmark includes all the silly side quests endemic to a studio film of the era, including a song and a romantic subplot. But the monomaniacal focus of John Wayne’s damaged avenger as he tracks down his kidnapped niece lends it a terrible power. And if you’re looking for a more »

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Paris, Texas

Wim Wenders’ camera dwells on the deserted contours of the American Southwest for most of the first hour, but the landscape that stays with you is that of Harry Dean Stanton’s face. Watching his haunted wanderer slowly come back to life, reconnect with people, and confront what set him adrift in the first place constitutes one o more »

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The Lavender Hill Mob

The late Alec Guinness has been retconned into a kindly screen eminence thanks to his Star Wars canonization as Old Ben Kenobi, but he was a wily actor full of dark currents. Exhibit A: this Ealing Studios heist comedy, which benefits enormously from his ability to telegraph complex motives from behind a milquetoast expression a more »

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Office Space

Flair. TPS reports. The red Swingline stapler. Mike Judge’s takeout on work in general, and the cube-farm culture of white-collar labor in particular, was so dead-on and scathing that it provided a whole new set of terms and concepts to mock and undermine them. Since it was famously a failure at the box office and only became be more »

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Within Our Gates

Oscar Micheaux’s landmark debut is no mere curio of cinema history. The oldest surviving feature film by a Black director jumps back and forth over the Mason-Dixon line as our heroine (Evelyn Preer) works to uplift the race and faces love and family troubles of her own. Micheaux captures many startling moments of century-old hum more »

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Scanners

David Cronenberg’s breakout leveled-up artistically as well as at the box office. Despite an inert lead performance from Stephen Lack, Scanners depicts a reality full of weaponized psychics at war but also disturbingly recognizable corporate conspiracies and house-of-mirrors paranoia. While the director’s work is best known for more »

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The Fabulous Four

It tells the story of two friends who travel to be bridesmaids in a surprise wedding of their college girlfriend. more »

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