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The Pawnbroker (1965)

An unheralded but seminal film, “The Pawnbroker” elevated Rod Steiger to leading-man status. Continue reading

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High Sierra (1941)

He only got second billing, but Humphrey Bogart is the tops in 1941′s “High Sierra.” Continue reading

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Steel Magnolias (1989)

The 1989 Southern-fried gem about women crying and laughing together represents chick flicks at their best. Continue reading

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Spartacus (1960)

The 1960 epic about a Roman slave revolt was disavowed by director Stanley Kubrick, but it remains one of his finest films. Continue reading

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F is for Fake (1974)

Ostensibly a documentary about an art forger, “F is for Fake” is Orson Welles’ meditation on art and authorship. Continue reading

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Andrew Niccol’s 1997 sci-fi masterpiece looks into the future, and holds a disturbing mirror up to our present. Continue reading

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My Darling Clementine (1946)

John Ford’s Western masterpiece dressed the hero in black, stomped on the cliche of the quick draw and made lovable Walter Brennan a chilling villain. Continue reading

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National Velvet (1944)

Thrilling races, a gutsy pint-sized heroine and strong supporting performances make “National Velvet” everything a family film should be. Continue reading

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Wizards (1977)

After seeing Ralph Bakshi’s post-apocalyptic tale, I’m convinced he didn’t make animated films — he made cartoons Continue reading

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Ship of Fools (1965)

Sometimes Stanley Kramer’s social consciousness resulted in sublime films, but “Ship of Fools” is heavy-handed with its high-mindedness. Continue reading

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