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September 23 at 11:00am

Criterion Classics You Probably Need To Catch Up On (for FREE!)

Don’t worry that the Hollywood output this week is a bunch of crap, Hulu has a great collection of Cinema Rarities courtesy of Criterion up that you can watch for free.  We all can’t go see The Master multiple times so it’s nice to sit at home and get caught on some classics you may have missed.

Robert Bresson’s A Man Escaped, 

Elaine May’s Mikey and Nicky,

Kenji Mizoguchi’s  The Life of Oharu

Wim Wenders’ [...]


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July 20 at 8:20am

“A New Experience In Motion Picture Eroticism”

They just don’t make them like they used to, eh? Watching trailers on the classics, truly makes me want the super power of time travel so I could return to a time when the first impression was devoid of camp. Still though, show this trailer for Antonioni’s L’Avventura in the theater today, and I would be at a screening tomorrow. Beautiful and sexy and black and white. What more do you need?

One question though, does anyone know what this piece of music is that plays underneath the voiceover?
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JriOH3MdS_w

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