Revisit: Children of Men
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Revisit: Children of Men

Children of Men remains a striking and all-too-plausible parable of humanity pushed to the brink.

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Rediscover: The Flavor of Green Tea over Rice
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Rediscover: The Flavor of Green Tea over Rice

The Flavor of Green Tea over Rice tells the story of a marriage unraveling as…

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Revisit: 28 Days Later & 28 Weeks Later
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Revisit: 28 Days Later & 28 Weeks Later

Rediscover: The Inland Sea
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Rediscover: The Inland Sea

This is not a Rick Steves travelogue presenting practical information about a trip to Japan…

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Revisit: Hulk
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Revisit: Hulk

Lee’s first major work of digital experimentation and a highlight of his robust catalog.

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Revisit: Roma
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Revisit: Roma

Cuarón’s latest triumph is at once personal and sociological, individual and universal, intimate and sweeping.

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Revisit: The Year of Living Dangerously
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Revisit: The Year of Living Dangerously

It’s a peculiar delight to revisit Peter Weir’s chronically-underrated 1982 romantic drama, as it’s the…

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Revisit: Europa Europa
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Revisit: Europa Europa

In a time when nationalism and hatred fuel political campaigns both in the United States…

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Revisit: In Bruges
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Revisit: In Bruges

In Bruges has infinite replay value, revealing more of itself with every watch.

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Revisit: All About My Mother
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Revisit: All About My Mother

All About My Mother is one of Almodóvar's most gentle films - despite the melodrama,…

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