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Dog Day Afternoon

  • Optimistic ▶ No thanks
  • Overall Depth ▶ Deep or penetrating
  • Rules ▶ Rigid or strongly constrained
  • Innocence ▶ Seasoned, Savvy, Streetwise
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7 Women (1966)

You'd think the final film by one of the very best filmmakers of all time, John Ford, would warrant more attention. When it was released, it was the bottom half of a double-bill, and most critics -- those that even bothered to see it -- dismissed it. (Andrew Sarris was one of its only early defenders.) As of this writing, and to the best of my knowledge, it has never been released on home video in the United States. I found it as a discounted digital download in the iTunes store, though I had been on the lookout for it for many years. Now, those that have seen it consider it one of Ford's finest achievements, but it's still a relatively unknown film. read more...
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    • Overall Depth ▶ Deep or penetrating

7 Women (1966)

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  • With: Anne Bancroft, Sue Lyon, Margaret Leighton, Flora Robson, Mildred Dunnock, Betty Field, Anna Lee, Eddie Albert, Mike Mazurki, Woody Strode
  • Written by: Janet Green, John McCormick, based on a short story by Norah Lofts
  • Directed by: John Ford
  • MPAA Rating: NR
  • Running Time: 87 minutes
  • Release Date: 05/04/1966
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Try and Get Me! (1950)

Cy Endfield was a fascinating figure in American film. He was discovered by Orson Welles' Mercury Theater for his talent with card tricks, and was allowed on the sets of some of Welles' films. He made short films and wrote scripts, and was involved in a series of "Joe Palooka" films before he made his mark in 1950 with the film noir The Underworld Story, and this movie. Try and Get Me! is a powerful condemnation of mob mentality and a call for kindness and reason, and it was immediately considered Communist propaganda. But Endfield refused to name names and left the country, working out of England for the rest of his career. read more...
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    • Anxiety Level ▶ I like my stomach in knots
    • Moralistic ▶ Yes please
    • Overall Depth ▶ Deep or penetrating
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Try and Get Me! (1950)

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  • With: Frank Lovejoy, Kathleen Ryan, Richard Carlson, Lloyd Bridges, Katherine Locke, Adele Jergens, Art Smith, Renzo Cesana, Irene Vernon, Cliff Clark, Harry Shannon, Donald Smelick
  • Written by: Jo Pagano, based on his novel
  • Directed by: Cy Endfield
  • MPAA Rating: NR
  • Running Time: 92 minutes
  • Release Date: 04/19/2016
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Sweet Smell of Success (1957)

Sweet Smell of Success (1957) is a remarkable example of the monkey-typewriter theory. Like Casablanca, it's a great movie that was not made by one author, say a David Lynch or a Charlie Chaplin or an Alfred Hitchcock. Instead, it was a seemingly random combination of talents who became available at the same time in the same place to make one of the great American films -- like a roomful of monkeys on typewriters suddenly turning out a work of genius. read more...
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    • Optimistic ▶ No thanks
    • Moralistic ▶ Yes please
    • Innocence ▶ Seasoned, Savvy, Streetwise
    • How Things Happen ▶ By cause and effect, mechanics, rules or facts
    • Comfort Level ▶ Distressed, disturbed, unsettled or unresolved
    • Overall Depth ▶ Deep or penetrating
    • Originality ▶ Stories I know and love

Sweet Smell of Success (1957)

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  • With: Burt Lancaster, Tony Curtis, Susan Harrison, Marty Milner
  • Written by: Clifford Odets, Ernest Lehman
  • Directed by: Alexander Mackendrick
  • MPAA Rating: Unrated
  • Running Time: 96 minutes
  • Release Date: 06/27/1957

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The Birth of a Nation (2016)

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Unforgiven (1992)

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