A little sentimental but still a heartwarming and funny film based on the great duo, Petey Greene and Dewey Hughes, who helped each other become radio icons in the 1960s.
Movie Genre: Drama
If you're a fan of the music of 1980s England, you should watch this movie. This drama, done in documentary style, follows the story of Factory Records and the Manchester bands that made it big in Europe -- bands like New Order and Joy Division. I picked this movie up because I loved the music...
I may be the last person in Denver to have seen this movie. Recommended by a friend when Flixster claimed we might need to get a divorce over this movie (his score 5 stars, mine not interested). He's right - it's 5 stars. Watch it now and watch it again.
You don't have to be an Orthodox Jew in Israel to get the moral of this story. Live, love, and accept all challenges as gifts. If you need a little boost in your spirit, check this film out.
On the surface, the subject matter of this film would appear to be rather depressing: a guarded dwarf loses his best friend, inherits an old train depot in rural New Jersey and tries his best to live in solitude. Almost immediately, he is assailed by a wonderful cast of characters, each with...
Wild and wonderful, The Science of Sleep is all about fact and fiction, reality and fantasy, waking life and the dream world.
This is one of those movies it's good to see on DVD so you can go back and try to figure out what the heck happened. Haunting and challenging, political and personal, the film makes you wonder from the very beginning who is behind the camera, what it is you should be watching, and why.
This is darkly fun! Folks have to watch their backs in this post-apocalyptic society in which cannibalism reigns, at least in this delicatessen...
Who would have thought a film about the impact of divorce could be done again in an original, humorous, and moving way? It hit a nerve in this child of divorce.
In a delightfully uplifting and symbolic story, redemption abounds, fun is had, and everyone's spirits are raised.
One of the final scripts by Akira Kurosawa but directed by Kei Kumai after Kurosawa's death, this is beautifully filmed, very symbolic, and a more Japanese look at geisha than Memoirs of a Geisha.
History lesson? Commentary on censorship, corporate news control, and government gone awry? Unfortunately, this story is all too familiar.
The episodic format is reminiscent of Robert Altman's films, such as Shortcuts, which is beginning to feel a little stale, but certain scenes in Nine Lives make it worth a watch. The last sketch with Glenn Close is haunting.
You'll need 6 extra hours to devote to this Italian family epic, well worth it. Two idealistic brothers and one incident that sends them on divergent paths resulting in a tale of love and loss that will grip you.
While the acting caused me some pain, the story is moving and shattering, really bringing home the tragedy of the war in Iraq. The symbolism runs deep in this Kurdish film about children behaving in adult roles under both Saddam and Bush.
This is a wild ride through the Budapest underground, a dark, sometimes comic, sometimes frightening, world of subway riders, ticket controllers, and other odd birds.
Yes, this may be the same role Bill Murray has played a few times recently and you might wonder what kind of journey his character is taking, but he's still great and the journey is worth the ride.
This Spanish melodrama captures the intensity of adolescent passions, sexual, religious, and otherwise.
Billed as a comedy but not very funny, this French film portrays family and social dynamics in a way that you've either experienced or witnessed.
This movie doesn't move very quickly so you need to be in a patient mood to appreciate its depth and charm. Based on a true story, four young children are abandoned by their mother in Tokyo and figure out ways to get by while people right and left turn a blind eye. The child actors are...
Such a magical, beautiful film. Two men travel to a remote part of China in search of jade and find themselves and life instead.
This is a sweet German film about Schultze who goes from a somewhat somber polka playing life in Germany to a life of Zydeco love in Louisiana.
Wow, this is one quirky movie, full of strange and yet completely ordinary characters, who move in and out of each other's lives in sometimes bizarre ways. Not for the sensitive.
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