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Known more for its length and sexual content than anything else, "1900" is a sprawling, flawed film that still constitutes a worthy cinematic experience.
Largely forgotten, this grim 1966 Western actioner helped make Lee Marvin a star and earned three Oscar nominations.
Best remembered for that iconic kiss on the beach, "From Here to Eternity" actually belongs to Montgomery Clift and his bold, sideways performance.
This week, Austin watches a few fish-out-of-water movies and then braves up to watch "Teeth" and "The Human Centipede 2."
Ossie Davis is terrific in this joyous comedic reverie on the dusty plains of the West.
For a film with such an illogical premise, "The Train" manages to be a top-rate WWII thriller that's held up well.
The other movie about the Anglo-Zulu War, 1979's "Zulu Dawn" doesn't pack as much emotional punch as 1964's "Zulu."
A solid, engaging thriller, "Seven Days in May" tends to fall apart when you examine its plot a little more closely.
"Birdman of Alcatraz" isn't a historically accurate portrayal of Robert Stroud's life -- but it is a compelling one.
This 1947 prison film makes the bold choice of portraying the inmates as decent men, and their chief incarcerator as a sadist.