Dir. Fred Zinnemann (1953).
This quintessential service drama, set on an Oahu army base in late 1941, exemplifies something that ended with The... More >>
Dir. Leo Hurwitz & Paul Strand (1942)
The Pop Front equivalent of Gone With the Wind is a heartfelt, heavy-handed docu-dramatic... More >>
Dir. Nathan Juran (1958).
Programmed by Tim Burton as part of his Lurid Beauty of Monsters series, this enjoyably idiotic cheapster... More >>
Dir. Victor Fleming (1938).
Exemplifying the MGM house style, this vintage hokum has everythingromance, adventure, comedy, pathos, and even... More >>
Dir. Jia Zhangke (1997).
The other Pickpocket, titled in tribute to Robert Bresson, is Jia Zhangkes first feature; known in Chinese... More >>
Dir. Victor Fleming (1932).
Pre-code and hopelessly un-PC, this bit of Indochinese erotic intrigue projects MGM star power at its finestwith... More >>
Dir. William Friedkin (1971).
Fraught with urban decay and racial tension, this bang-bang procedural created a paradigm for the tell-it-like-it-is... More >>
Robert Bresson (1959).
Austere and implacable, Bressons most influential movie shows crime as a spiritual vocation and punishment as a form... More >>
Edgar G. Ulmer (1944).
The Maestro of Poverty Row is near top form with this atmospheric evocation of mid 19th-century Paris. Shakespearean actor... More >>
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