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Lost Horizon - Review

The impression I’ve gotten of how people think of Frank Capra is the American film industry’s answer to Norman Rockwell. A man who creates idealistic, sugar-coated, ‘aw shucks’ type of pictures that make you feel proud to be an American.

The Last Laugh – Review

Silent Cinema had many masters, but maybe none more so than F.W. Murnau, director of classics like Nosferatu, Faust and Sunrise: A Tale of Two Humans. The Last Laugh from 1924 is another gem of World Cinema. Moreover, another triumph for German Art.

The Leopard (Il Gattopardo) - Review

Luchino Visconti’s grand epic is one of the most important works of Italian cinema. Adapted from the hugely popular novel of the same name by Giuseppe Tomasi di Lampedusa, The Leopard is an elegiac masterpiece about the passing of one age and the dawn of a new one.

The Little Rascals - Review

The Little Rascals is one of the best children’s films of the 90’s; satisfying character and story makes it a great feature-length version of the original 30’s, 40’s shorts on TV.

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