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2 members found this review helpful Buster Keaton: Fury Road (more)

1 member found this review helpful Held my attention. Nothing profound (more)

1 member found this review helpful More like "Tattoo" in its predictability, though still very moving, "Hornets Nest" is the logical wrap-up of an entertaining and very important topic in today's sick and twisted world. As throughout, Noomi is superb. (more)

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  • Don't Talk to Strange Men

    Don't Talk to Strange Men

    Reviewed by Don A.

    This British production includes some suspenseful and creepy moments. In an age before the internet, a telephone booth (close to a bus stop) serves as the means for stalking an innocent young... (more)

  • Captain Kidd

    Captain Kidd

    Reviewed by Don A.

    I love a good pirate caper. Throw in buried treasure and some intense swashbuckling and you've got yourself an entertaining motion picture. The action and adventure keep you involved from... (more)

  • L'idee


    Reviewed by countfink

    1 9 3 2 ! ! ! And yet, Barosch creates a strange, expressionistic world of images that are still striking today (in fact, one wonders what Paris audiences must have thought of this film back in... (more)

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  • Brian Eno: The Man Who Fell to Earth

    Brian Eno: The Man Who Fell to Earth

    Reviewed by nuntukamen

    15 of 16 members found this review helpful An absolutely profound look at Eno and the development of ambient music. This is the type of in-depth indie film I was hoping to locate, educational and entertaining, an historically accurate... (more)

  • Fear and Trembling

    Fear and Trembling

    Reviewed by emteezy1

    11 members found this review helpful From the onset I thought I would watch "the French version of Office Space," and I could not have been, both more incorrect, and more pleased that it wasn't. As a female having worked in... (more)

  • Sita Sings the Blues

    Sita Sings the Blues

    Reviewed by sam0000268441

    10 of 11 members found this review helpful For those who are familiar with the story of the Ramayana will find this intriguing and quite amusing. And if you aren't, then this will still be worth your while. Certainly the various styles of... (more)