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City of God

A gritty plunge into the Brazilian favela life, portraying with painful and dismal realism the gut-wrenching underbelly of a place where a run-of-the-mill walk outside oftentimes adds up to rubbing shoulders with death.

Malena

As with every other great movie, Giuseppe Tornatore's Malena, the story of a Sicilian woman whose exceptional beauty weighs, for the worse, heavily on her fate,...

One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest

McMurphy, a freewheeling compulsive lawbreaker, pleads insanity to sidestep jail and is consequently brought by the police to this psychiatric hospital, where he takes to subverting authority and goading the other patients into rebellion.

Dirty Harry

San Francisco's gotten much of a nuisance on its hands, and it's called Scorpio. Unluckily for him, inspector Harry Callahan -dubbed dirty on account of his maverick MO and who seems to always be there raining on the bad guys' parade- gets on his case.

Casablanca

Not a sole line wasted in the script, not half a moment poorly placed, not a camera angle botched up. A paragon of romantic drama.

Nosferatu

Anticipating the nightmarish and eerie emotions that are to wash over the expectant and defenseless viewer, the subtitle of the film- eine Symphonie des Grauens...

The Matrix

The world people live in is a computer-created one, a program. Naturally, they haven't got a clue that their lives, the goals they do their utmost to achieve, and the milieu they develop in are mere illusions and that the steak or burger with the works they slobber over is nothing more than a code. Everything is a code, and while people...

The Thing

There seems to be something about movies centering on middle-of-nowhere, snow-bound places that.....

Kill Bill

In a word, this is, for all intents and purposes, a classic retribution tale - as a matter of fact, its very character is heralded right out of the starting gate by means of a well-known quote: "Revenge is a dish best served cold". Uma Thurman is the unequivocal...

Ouija: Origin of Evil

Ouija: The Origin of Evil tells the story of a family pulling a seance scam. They pretend to be able to put the client in touch with the dead relative he or she wishes and keep telling themselves they help people. They are jerked out of their "normal" lifestyle and things take a most peculiar turn when ...

Jacob’s Ladder

There sure aren't many films better putting themselves across than Adrian Lyne's Jacob's Ladder and conveying the idea of internal turmoil. Some

The Hateful Eight

John Ruth- also known as "The Hangman" on account of his intentness on getting the nefarious ones to hang- is this time transporting to Red Rock the villainous Daisy Domergue, and...

Raising Arizona

In this flick by the Coen brothers, Nicolas Cage plays a fairly simple-minded, a-few-fries-short-of-a-happy-meal recidivist by the name of H.I. McDunnough who, repeatedly getting...

It Follows

I'm gonna come right out and say that as soon as this girl what's her name in high heels dashes out of the house...

American History X

We see a short-haired chick riding a tattooed, shaven-headed guy on a background of screams and moaning as the movie begins, and a guy in...

The Autopsy of Jane Doe

Like morgues weren't enough of a spooky place, you'd be surely caught short entering one now, after seeing this. Now, morgues have always been...