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Paths of Glory stands out as one of the great war films in American cinema. It also contains the basic method and themes of Stanley Kubrick's work.
Lee Marvin reached superstardom and made Paint Your Wagon. His career never recovered.
The monstrous wonders of our technological society have never been better presented than in 'Koyaanisqatsi.'
The comedy, The Gods Must Be Crazy, attacks the foibles of civilization much like the Marx Brothers' Duck Soup attacks international diplomacy.
The Manchurian Candidate (1962) is a film about political paranoia. And there's plenty of room left for an excursion into the dangers of a nation of television watchers.
For a brief period in the mid-1960s, Lee Marvin reached the pinnacle of personal and professional accomplishment as an actor.
There are many movie versions of Sherlock Holmes, most of which are better than the Basil Rathbone portrayal, the most famous iteration of Conan Doyle's detective.
Once Upon a Time in the West: welcome to a cinematic vision of the world.
More movies rejected sight unseen: the nationalism of "Braveheart" and the classroom entertainment of "Dead Poets Society."
Baxter is a dog who thinks and narrates the movie. His feelings are not too far from our own—or are they too close?
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