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Film Review: The Umbrellas Of Cherbourg

Even the most virulent French-hater can't resist the charm of this bittersweet musical masterpiece. Read More »

Movie Review: Monsieur Verdoux

Chaplin's overlooked 1947 gem is not as disconnected from his earlier work as one might think. Read More »

DVD Review: Vertigo

Hitchcock's somber, haunting masterpiece is a painful recollection of lost loves and desperate obsession. Read More »

Movie Review: Strangers On A Train

What do Rudyard Kipling, Catholic theodicy, and Alfred Hitchcock have in common? They're all in the mix in this landmark thriller. Read More »

Movie Review: 2001: A Space Odyssey

Black boxes, rogue computers, and trippy avant-garde sequences somehow come together coherently in Kubrick's sci-fi classic Read More »

Movie Review: An Early Chaplin Gem – Easy Street

Easy Street shows a younger Chaplin flashing the style that would make him a cinematic icon Read More »

Two Depressed Guys: Ikiru and Broken Flowers DVD Reviews

Depressed? Don't fret--these two guys are sure to help you realize things aren't so bad... Read More »