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MOVIE REVIEWS
 

Star Wars: The Last Jedi

A thrilling continuation of the "Star Wars" saga that creates a new "Star Wars" experience without sacrificing nostalgia.

The Panic in Needle Park (1971)

Al Pacino's breakthrough role showcases an already fully formed screen presence in a dire depiction of drug addicts decades before "Kids" or "Trainspotting."

Key Largo

Gangsters, double-crosses, and mistaken identities highlight this classic pairing of Bogey and Bacall.

Now and Then (1995)

Dismissed as a gender-switch ripoff of "Stand By Me," this warmhearted drama hits all the appropriate warm-and-fuzzy notes.

The Best Years of Our Lives

The first motion picture to deal with PTSD was a big-budget Hollywood classic.

Buried Treasures: Paris, Texas

Wim Wenders' “Paris, Texas” presents a stark, empty world, into which is infused a deeply touching story of lost love.

The Cook, the Thief, His Wife, and Her Lover

Seemingly designed for shock value, this picture is one of the most original visions I've ever seen.

North by Northwest

“North by Northwest” is one of those films in which I would change absolutely nothing.