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Amistad

Spielberg’s 1997 film is based on the true story of the mutiny aboard the slave ship, Amistad, and the subsequent courtroom drama as the American lawyers fought for the slave’s freedom and return home. More…

Amistad
Jurassic Park

Steven Spielberg’s record-breaking 90’s classic, Jurassic Park, was unlike anything movie audiences had seen before and it’s still an experience that’s breathtaking today. More…

Jurassic Park
Ali

Michael Mann’s biopic on boxer Muhammad Ali, played by Will Smith, covers the time from 1964 to 1974, leading up to his fight with George Foreman in the Rumble in the Jungle. More…

Ali
¡Alambrista!

The dark, silent canyon between the cultural identity of my Mexican father and me, his American son, is the sort of problematic heritage this film helps illuminate. More…

¡Alambrista!
Annie Hall

In one of Woody Allen’s finest pieces of work, we see Alvy Singer revisiting his relationship with Annie Hall to figure out where it all fell apart for them. More…

Annie Hall
Manhattan Murder Mystery

Written by Woody Allen and Marshall Brickman, the tension mounts in Manhattan Murder Mystery and the real mystery at its heart is who will end up sleeping with who. More…

Manhattan Murder Mystery
Memento

In Christopher Nolan’s Memento we’re introduced to a man, suffering from short term memory loss, who uses any means necessary to avenge his wife’s murder. More…

Memento
Following

Christopher Nolan’s first film didn’t have a huge budget or superstar cast, but nevertheless he was already showing us hints of what’s come with his later features. More…

Following
American Gigolo

Paul Schrader’s 1980 film sees Richard Gere playing an escort who makes a lucrative living in Los Angeles, but before we start to envy his lifestyle lets take a closer look at him. More…

American Gigolo
Badlands

Badlands is a great film, so subtle and sparse that it’s barely told at all. It’s a slow and steady pace, beautifully shot and showcasing two superb performances from Sheen and Spacek. More…

Badlands
Easy Rider

As one of the films of the new Hollywood revolution Easy Rider became the celluloid time capsule for the hippie dream while it was coughing up its own cancerous demise. More…

Easy Rider
Days Of Heaven

Terrence Malick’s Days Of Heaven, is a powerful story of love, betrayal and man’s struggle against himself and nature. A timeless classic from the visionary director. More…

Days Of Heaven
Apocalypse Now

No one ever wants war, yet we seem to be a species that’s constantly engaged in it. Apocalypse Now tells a story that’s still happening in the world today. More…

Apocalypse Now
The Birdcage

Based on La Cage aux Folles, The Birdcage takes us to South Beach where a gay couple are about to put on the performance of their lives for the sake of their son. More…

The Birdcage
The King Of Comedy

Martin Scorsese examines celebrity worship and the American media culture in the 1983 film The King Of Comedy starring Robert De Niro, Jerry Lewis and Sandra Bernhard. More…

The King Of Comedy

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