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The Stanford Prison Experiment

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The Kill Team (2019)

One thing that can be learned from stories about war — especially the wars of the past fifty years — is that the situations are so awful, the camaraderie of soldiers becomes more important than anything else. read more...
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The Kill Team (2019)

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  • With: Alexander Skarsgård, Nat Wolff, Adam Long, Jonathan Whitesell, Brian Marc, Osy Ikhile, Rob Morrow, Anna Francolini, Oliver Ritchie
  • Written by: Dan Krauss
  • Directed by: Dan Krauss
  • MPAA Rating: R for language throughout, violent content and drug use
  • Running Time: 87 minutes
  • Release Date: 10/25/2019
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Lumumba (2000)

Sometimes the magic of movies sweeps you up in an emotional frenzy, tickling your synapses, bringing joy or fear or sorrow, and sometimes they offer a good ol' fashioned learning experience. I sat down to Lumumba not knowing a thing about African politics circa the early 60s, and here was this movie just dying to explain it all to me. read more...
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    Lumumba (2000)

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    • With: Eriq Ebouaney, Alex Descas, Theophile Moussa Sowie, Maka Kotto
    • Written by: Raoul Peck, Pascal Bonitzer
    • Directed by: Raoul Peck
    • MPAA Rating: NR
    • Language: French, Lingala, English, with English subtitles
    • Running Time: 115 minutes
    • Release Date: 05/13/2000
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    The Hurt Locker (2009)

    I've been dragged to most of the recent Iraq war movies, and some of them have been interesting and informative, but they all have one thing in common: a somber, self-important, condescending attitude about the horrors and futility of war. The problem is that I already know all this going in. What I want to see is some explanation. If war is so horrible, why does everyone keep making war movies? Why on earth should we watch them? Certainly it's not to change anyone's mind, because these movies generally preach to the converted. But finally, here comes Kathryn Bigelow's The Hurt Locker, and it does something that all the others fail to do. It considers the dangerous idea that, indeed, war can be fun. read more...
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    The Hurt Locker (2009)

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    • With: Jeremy Renner, Anthony Mackie, Brian Geraghty, Guy Pearce, Ralph Fiennes, David Morse, Evangeline Lilly, Christian Camargo, Suhail Aldabbach, Christopher Sayegh, Nabil Koni, Sam Spruell, Sam Redford, Feisal Sadoun, Barrie Rice
    • Written by: Mark Boal
    • Directed by: Kathryn Bigelow
    • MPAA Rating: R for war violence and language
    • Running Time: 131 minutes
    • Release Date: 09/03/2008
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    Virunga (2014)

    Netflix's own feature documentary Virunga received an Oscar nomination, which will most likely pique the interests of many subscribers. And it is indeed compelling, moving beyond the usual talking heads of most documentaries and closer to the human condition. It's also a strong work of journalism, depicting the struggles of the Virunga National Park in Africa's Congo. The park is home to an endangered species of mountain gorilla, and animal lovers will want to save their best "awwws" for these huggable, docile creatures. But the park must also maintain its own militia, because it's also the home of many precious natural resources -- including a recently discovered oil deposit -- which makes it a constant target. The movie includes some shocking hidden camera footage of oilmen discussing their nefarious plans, as well as footage of real attacks. In real-life, park director Emmanuel de Merode was shot just before the film's premiere (he survived). Orlando von Einsiedel directed this powerful, must-see film. read more...
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    Virunga (2014)

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    • With: André Bauma, Rodrigue Mugaruka Katembo, Emmanuel de Merode, Mélanie Gouby
    • Written by: Orlando von Einsiedel
    • Directed by: Orlando von Einsiedel
    • MPAA Rating: NR
    • Language: English, French, Swahili, with English subtitles
    • Running Time: 90 minutes
    • Release Date: 11/06/2014
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    99 Homes (2015)

    The acclaimed indie filmmaker Ramin Bahrani (Goodbye Solo), who regularly and bravely focuses on heartbreaking trials of life while keeping his stories rooted in humanity, turns in some of his finest work. A work of great power and subtlety, 99 Homes manages to talk about one of today's most pressing and troubling issues without getting preachy or overbearing. At the same time, the movie borrows the classical structure of the Faust story, but still manages to feel immediate and relevant. read more...
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    99 Homes (2015)

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    • With: Andrew Garfield, Michael Shannon, Laura Dern, Tim Guinee, Noah Lomax, Clancy Brown, J.D. Evermore
    • Written by: Ramin Bahrani, based on a story by Ramin Bahrani, Amir Naderi, Bahareh Azimi
    • Directed by: Ramin Bahrani
    • MPAA Rating: R for language including some sexual references, and a brief violent image
    • Running Time: 112 minutes
    • Release Date: 09/24/2015
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