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The-Lobster      The Lobster (2016)
Critics: 90%   Audience: 67%
Rated: R   118 min
Colin Farrell stars as David, a man who has just been dumped by his wife. To make matters worse, David lives in a society where single people have 45 days to find true love, or else they are turned into the animal of their choice and released into the woods. David is kept at the mysterious hotel while he searches for a new partner, and after several romantic misadventures decides to make a daring escape to abandon this world. He ultimately joins up with a rebel faction known as The Loners, a group founded on a complete rejection of romance. But once there David meets an enigmatic stranger (Rachel Weisz) who stirs up unexpected and strong feelings within him... At once a full immersion into a strange and surreal world, and a witty and clever reflection of our own society, THE LOBSTER is a thrillingly audacious vision fully brought to life by Lanthimos and his terrific cast. The filmmaker displays a completely singular style and mastery of tone, finding the perfect balance between sharp-edged satire and romantic fable that entertains its audience while also leaving them with lots to reflect on long after the credits have rolled.
Director(s): Yorgos Lanthimos  
Stars: Colin Farrell  Rachel Weisz  Ben Whishaw  

The-Dying-of-the-Light      The Dying of the Light (2016)
Audience: 100%
Rated: Unrated   94 min
Largely unchanged for more than a century, the projection of photo-chemical film faces an uncertain future in the digital age. The practice of handing and projecting film is in danger of being lost; and the role of film projectionist is nearing extinction. THE DYING OF THE LIGHT explores at the history and craft of motion picture presentation through the lives and stories of the last generation of career projectionists. By turns humorous and melancholic, their candid reflections on life in the booth reveal a world that has largely gone unnoticed and is now at an end. The result is a loving tribute to the art and romance of the movies-and to the unseen people who put the light on our screens.
Director(s): Peter Flynn  
Stars: James F. Murray Jr.  Bernie Anderson  Paul Bader  

Kumiko,-the-Treasure-Hunter      Kumiko, the Treasure Hunter (2015)
Critics: 87%   Audience: 72%
Rated: Unrated   105 min
In this darkly comedic odyssey, Academy Award nominee Rinko Kikuchi (Babel, Pacific Rim) stars as Kumiko, a frustrated Office Lady whose imagination transcends the confines of her mundane life. Kumiko becomes obsessed with a mysterious, battered VHS tape of a popular film she's mistaken for a documentary, fixating on a scene where a suitcase of stolen cash is buried in the desolate, frozen landscape of North Dakota. Believing this treasure to be real, she leaves behind Tokyo and her beloved rabbit Bunzo to recover it - and finds herself on a dangerous adventure unlike anything she's seen in the movies. With Kumiko, The Treasure Hunter, indie mavericks the Zellner Bros. spin a strangely touching underdog fable, populated by eccentrics and elevated to sonic heights by a Sundance award-winning score from electro-indie outfit The Octopus Project, that will leave audiences rooting for the impossible. (C) Amplify
Director(s): David Zellner  
Stars: Rinko Kikuchi  Nobuyuki Katsube  Shirley Venard  

Norte,-the-End-of-History      Norte, the End of History (2014)
Audience: 75%
Rated: Unrated   250 min
In the northern Philippine province of Luzon, a law-school dropout commits a horrific double murder; a gentle family man takes the fall and receives a life sentence, leaving behind a wife and two kids. At their best, Lav Diaz's marathon movies reveal just how much other films leave out. In his devastating twelfth feature, the broad canvas accommodates both the irreducible facts of individual experience and the cosmic sweep of time and space. A careful rethinking of Dostoevsky's Crime and Punishment shot in blazing color, this tour de force offers a masterful recapitulation of Diaz's longstanding obsessions: cultural memory, national guilt, and the origin of evil. (c) Cinema Guild
Director(s): Lav Diaz  
Stars: Cid Lucero  Archie Alemania  Soliman Cruz  

A-Life-in-Dirty-Movies      A Life in Dirty Movies (2014)
Critics: 100%   Audience: 40%
Rated: Unrated   80 min
A Life in Dirty Movies is a love story about legendary sexploitation director Joe Sarno, "the Ingmar Bergman of 42nd Street," and his loyal wife and collaborator Peggy. The film follows the Sarnos for a year, as 88-year old Joe struggles to get a new film project off the ground - a female-centric softcore film that harkens back to the style of his heyday as a filmmaker in the 1960s. As audiences tag along for the eventful and often hilarious journey between wintery Manhattan and the couple's summer retreat in Sweden, the film's intimate perspective reveals a filmmaker on the verge of being rediscovered in his golden years. Intercut is a look back to the evolution of softcore films seen as racy in their day into unmistakable hardcore porn that all but put Sarno and his artform out of business. The film chronicles Sarno's significant place in film history as an erotic "auteur," whose ambitions as a filmmaker often surpassed the needs of the genre he helped define. A Life in Dirty Movies is a clever and sincere portrait of a unique couple who follow their passion in life - onscreen and off. (c) Film Movement
Director(s): Wiktor Ericsson  
Stars: Joe Sarno  Peggy Sarno  Joseph W. Sarno  

A-Life-in-Dirty-Movies      A Life in Dirty Movies (2014)
Critics: 100%   Audience: 40%
Rated: Unrated   80 min
A Life in Dirty Movies is a love story about legendary sexploitation director Joe Sarno, "the Ingmar Bergman of 42nd Street," and his loyal wife and collaborator Peggy. The film follows the Sarnos for a year, as 88-year old Joe struggles to get a new film project off the ground - a female-centric softcore film that harkens back to the style of his heyday as a filmmaker in the 1960s. As audiences tag along for the eventful and often hilarious journey between wintery Manhattan and the couple's summer retreat in Sweden, the film's intimate perspective reveals a filmmaker on the verge of being rediscovered in his golden years. Intercut is a look back to the evolution of softcore films seen as racy in their day into unmistakable hardcore porn that all but put Sarno and his artform out of business. The film chronicles Sarno's significant place in film history as an erotic "auteur," whose ambitions as a filmmaker often surpassed the needs of the genre he helped define. A Life in Dirty Movies is a clever and sincere portrait of a unique couple who follow their passion in life - onscreen and off. (c) Film Movement
Director(s): Wiktor Ericsson  
Stars: Joe Sarno  Peggy Sarno  Joseph W. Sarno  

Insight      Insight (2013)
Rated:   
17-year-old Eli is taught by Mr. Walker, a retired soldier who was involved in a failed government operation that planned to militarize hypnosis. You haven't seen dedicated until you watch this movie. Jonah and Sam are so amazing and so is this film. All of the minor details that famous producers forget, Jonah has in this film. The music used in the film was amazing, and the story line was incredible. I cannot wait until these guys become big time movie producers. It was emotional in every way. There were also a lot of good looking guys in it. ;) I honestly cannot stop saying amazing and incredible and awesome every time I talk about it! Great job guys, definitely one of my favorite movies ever! I will recommend this film to everybody because it was so unbelievably awesome!
Stars: Jonah Green  Sam Katz  Caroline Colino  

Our-Nixon      Our Nixon (2013)
Critics: 91%   Audience: 83%
Rated: Unrated   84 min
Never before seen Super 8 home movies filmed by Richard Nixon's closest aides - and convicted Watergate conspirators - offer a surprising and intimate new look into his Presidency.
Director(s): Penny Lane  

The-Pervert's-Guide-To-Ideology      The Pervert's Guide To Ideology (2013)
Critics: 90%   Audience: 76%
Rated: Unrated   134 min
Cultural theorist superstar Slavoj iek re-teams with director Sophie Fiennes (The Pervert's Guide to Cinema) for another wildly entertaining romp through the crossroads of cinema and philosophy. With infectious zeal and a voracious appetite for popular culture, iek literally goes inside some truly epochal movies, all the better to explore and expose how they reinforce prevailing ideologies. As the ideology that undergirds our cinematic fantasies is revealed, striking associations emerge: What hidden Catholic teachings lurk at the heart of The Sound of Music? What are the fascist political dimensions of Jaws? Taxi Driver, Zabriskie Point, The Searchers, The Dark Knight, John Carpenter's They Live ("one of the forgotten masterpieces of the Hollywood Left"), Titanic, Kinder Eggs, verite news footage, Beethoven's "Ode to Joy" and propaganda epics from Nazi Germany and Soviet Russia all inform iek's stimulating, provocative and often hilarious psychoanalytic-cinematic rant.
Director(s): Sophie Fiennes  
Stars: Slavoj Zizek  

Stars-in-Shorts      Stars in Shorts (2012)

Presentation that includes incredible short movies with some of the world's biggest actors. In "Friend Request Pending", Judi Dench is a neophyte in the complicated landscape of Internet ...
Director(s): and 4 more credits  
Stars: Lily Tomlin  Jesse Tyler Ferguson  Tom Mison  


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