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Vanishing Point

Pop existentialism at its most ‘70s, and the film that parked the Dodge Charger in the cinematic pantheon. Barry Newman powers a pill-popping gear-jammer who spends the entire film in flight from the law and his past (doled out in flashbacks) as he hurtles toward an inevitable fate. Journeyman director Richard Sarafian lensed th more »



Pregnant from a one-night-stand, Eden leans on her best friend and mother of two, Dawn, to guide her through gestation and beyond. more »



An american journalist Ruth who travels to Poland with her father Edek to visit his childhood places. But Edek, a Holocaust survivor, resists reliving his trauma and sabotages the trip creating unintentionally funny situations. more »



A mother and her teenage daughter must confront Death when it arrives in the form of an astonishing talking bird. more »



Follows the life of writer Flannery O'Connor while she was struggling to publish her first novel. more »


Pickup on South Street

Samuel Fuller pummels the screen with his two-fisted filmmaking style, this time applied to a crafty noir that pits wily pickpocket Richard Widmark against the feds and the reds after he lifts some atomic secrets off an unwitting moll played by Jean Peters. Almost worth seeing just for the great character actor Thelma Ritter as more »



The next time someone trots out the canard about using narration as a sign of weak filmmaking skills, throw Terence Malick’s debut back in their face. Forget the writer/director's nascent visual style. It’s the pitch-perfect narration that Malick puts in the voice of Sissy Spacek’s smalltown teen that imbues this retelling of a more »



When a construction worker unexpectedly joins a local theater's production of Romeo and Juliet, the drama onstage starts to mirror his own life. more »


The Bikeriders

After a chance encounter, headstrong Kathy is drawn to Benny, member of Midwestern motorcycle club the Vandals. As the club transforms into a dangerous underworld of violence, Benny must choose between Kathy and his loyalty to the club. more »



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 »


The File on Thelma Jordan

Barbara Stanwyck slips back into femme-fatale mode and hurtles into an affair with a married district attorney played by Wendell Corey. When her rich aunt turns up murdered and she’s the prime suspect, Corey’s character faces destroying his own life to save hers. This extra-twisty gem isn’t as well-known as Robert Siodmak’s more more »


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 »


Osamu Tezuka’s Metropolis

Images and themes from Fritz Lang’s 1927 Metropolis have been popping up in anime for so long that an animated adaptation of Katsushira Otomo’s manga based on the story was inevitable. In a futuristic city, the ruler creates an AI-powered robot girl to further his infernal ends, but a plucky hero may have something to say about more »


Lonely Are The Brave

Lonesome cowpoke Kirk Douglas feels the mid-20th century closing in on his range-roaming ways in this elegiac classic. After busting out of jail, he clambers up New Mexico’s Sandia Mountains on horseback in a desperate bid to stay free. Journeyman director David Miller fuses mythic struggle and epic scope with real grit and huma more »



The Swinging ‘60s zoomed into outer space in Roger Vadim’s outré cult fave. Jane Fonda has spent the rest of her career living down her turn in the title role, a galactic ingénue/sexpot who must save the universe in a series of skimpy plastic outfits. The loony production design — a fur-lined spaceship? — fails to overpower an e more »



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 »


Suddenly, Last Summer

Montgomery Clift hangs on for dear life as Katherine Hepburn and Elizabeth Taylor vie to out-nutty each other in Joseph L Mankiewicz’s camp-tastic Tennessee Williams adaptation. The story involves mental illness, an incestuous obsession, literal slumming, and one of the most outrageous denouements in cinema, but you’re not reall more »


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 »



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 »


Point Break

Suspend your disbelief and catch a gnarly ride with Patrick Swayze’s crew of surfing bank robbers and Keanu Reeves’ jock turned federal agent. Kathryn Bigelow burst out of the cult-hit zone with this handsome-but-dim California crime flick, and her command of screen action (especially a pounding foot chase) elevates the himbo hi more »



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 »


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 »


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 »



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 »


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 »


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 »


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 »


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 »


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 »


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 »


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 »


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 »


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 »


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 »