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Daily Archives: April 27, 2016

Call it a guilty pleasure. Call it the virtue of a lifetime watching movies. Call it inexplicable drunkenness. Call it stupidity. All of the movies on this list have somehow woven their way into my life—my cinematic life, anyway—for good or ill. Most of the films on this list can be found looping themselves in horrible blocks of time, somewhere… Read more »

27 April 2016 | Features, Film Lists

Woody Allen debuted as a director in 1966 with What’s Up, Tiger Lily?, a comical reworking and re-dubbing of a Japanese spy movie; as peculiar as the original original project was, it was also heavily modified by the studio without asking permission to Allen. This was the last time he directed a film on which he didn’t have complete creative… Read more »

27 April 2016 | Features, Film Lists

Actors can make or break a movie, whether there are huge star-studded ensemble casts, or just a couple of quality actors who let the script shine for itself. There are not many films that manage to thrive on one actor carrying the entire film alone. Andy Warhol experimented with the concept in his 1963 anti-film “Sleep”, which consists of 321… Read more »

27 April 2016 | Features, Film Lists