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Design For Living | Ernst Lubitsch |1933 Why should you watch it: Because its from 1933 and you’d be surprised at how frank, adult and, most importantly, funny the films are from that era.
Jackie Brown | Quentin Tarantino | 1997 I truly believe that in the evolution of Quentin Tarantino as a filmmaker Jackie Brown might be the most important piece. Of course, Tarantino had made a touchstone picture in Pulp Fiction and he’s gone on to make flashier and more complex film since, but Jackie Brown feels [...]
Drive | Nicolas Winding Refn | 2011 Drive is as near a perfect movie as I can recommend. That said, I’d guess that most passive movie watchers will not like it for the reasons I do: Near perfect soundtrack (Cliff Martinez is amazing.) Gut Wrenching Violence (This is what an R Rating is for.) Ryan Gosling’s Idiot Savant Performance [...]
The Shop Around The Corner | Ernst Lubitsch | 1940 When James Stewart was at the height of his career, there was no more likeable actor. Even when playing a creep (Vertigo), he was still Jimmy Stewart. Part of his appeal came from branding – honest, average, hard-working. The brand suggests we’re just like him, [...]