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For all intents and purposes, it's best not to view Die Another Day as a traditional James Bond adventure. The 20th screen outing for the character and the last to star Pierce Brosnan, the film arrived in 2002, on the 40th anniversary of when D...

In 1962, three of the most immortal words in film history were uttered onscreen for the first time: "Bond. James Bond." Dr. No was the first look that audiences got at Bond in action (if one puts aside the American TV version of Casino Ro...

Few actors are privileged to have a name fans associate with an entire character type. 1931's Dracula introduced Bela Lugosi as the world's most famous vampire, and it was a portrayal that would shape the bloodsuckers yet to come. The film ...

The Drowning Pool (1975), adapted from Ross Macdonald's novel, is another episode about private detective Lew Harper (Paul Newman). This time Harper is summoned to Lousiana by Iris Devereaux (Joanne Woodward), a woman he shared a brief sexual enc...

The Duchess and the Dirtwater Fox (1976) offers comedy set in a Western era, as well as a change for George Segal or Goldie Hawn fans to laugh and laugh in this misadventure about gambling, romance and what it was like for "some" of the l...

Easter Parade (1948) is undoubtedly one of the safest musicals in MGM's Arthur Freed wheelhouse. Not that this is anything bad; it's unfair to judge all of Freed's productions in the mighty Singin' in the Rain's shadow, and...

Skeptics have no business nosing about the world of magic. The same rules apply for movies about magic. Flicks have a hard enough time convincing audiences to accept alien invaders and boy wizards, so chucking in prestidigitation is asking for the ...

Fear and Desire (1953) showed us Stanley Kubrick before he became Stanley Kubrick. Few filmmakers have a body of work as relatively small but persistently debated and analyzed as his, let alone being a director whose name Mr. and Mrs. Casual M...

Fiddler On The Roof (1971), adapted from the stage play, is a joyous and nostalgic musical of hope and family love. The story follows Tevye (Topol) a poor milkman whose family is about to face oppression from his Russian czar. Nominated for eight A...

B-movies are a dime a dozen, but when a group like the Criterion Collection sets their sights on such a flick, my curiosity is instantly piqued. There's just something about the same people that painstakingly resorted the works of Kurosawa and ...

  

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