Sixty years ago, the cinematic landscape was quite different. Let’s take a look at the best that 1955 had to offer in film.
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A heartbreaking anime to rival GRAVE OF THE FIREFLIES, a depressing look at India’s brightest, and one wild night in Iran. It’s the final chapter of AAAFF.
If you can’t name a murdered Oscar winner, if you don’t know how to qualify for Olympic ping-pong, if you’ve ever wanted to work in a brothel, this list is for you.
A Korean John Hughes movie? An X-rated drug trip starring Tadanobu Asano? A film in Chinese and Quechua? It must be the AAAFF.
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Django is a classic Spaghetti Western from 1968 that was so successful that it spawned scads of unofficial sequels. Some of them are bad, and some of them are worse. All of them, however, are worth watching. Come check out my list of unofficial Django sequels!
This real-life story of Nazi art theft and a woman’s fight to right an old wrong is compelling enough, but the execution is too hackneyed to do it justice.