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You Can Count On Me

Kenneth Lonergan, the co-screenwriter for Analyze This (1999), makes his directorial debut with this sensitive portrait of a pair of grown siblings.... Read more
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Ordinary People

Robert Redford's directorial debut ended up the 1980 Oscar winner for Best Picture. It is a simple but painfully emotional story of the disintegration of a "perfect" family.... Read more
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Bob Roberts

In the tradition of This Is Spinal Tap, producer/ director/ star Tim Robbins' Bob Roberts is a satire disguised as a documentary.... Read more
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Witness

In Peter Weir's thriller Witness, Samuel (Lukas Haas), a young Amish boy, witnesses a murder in the restroom of a Philadelphia bus station.... Read more
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Tucker: The Man and His Dream

History tells us that would-be automobile mogul Preston Tucker was a silver-tongued con man, who misappropriated his investors' money and played fast and loose with ethics and legalities in the pursuit of his dream.... Read more
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The Hours

Three women, separated by a span of nearly 80 years, find themselves weathering similar crises, all linked by a single work of literature in this film adaptation of the Pulitzer Prize-winning novel by Michael Cunningham.... Read more
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Atlantic City

Burt Lancaster stars as Lou, an aging mob flunkey, barely making a living in Atlantic City.... Read more
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Clueless

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The Dictator

Comic Sacha Baron Cohen re-teams with director Larry Charles (Borat, Bruno) for this satirical tale of an oppressive, democracy-hating dictator and a goatherd (both played by Cohen) whose misadventures in America lead to a series of outrageous culture clashes.... Read more
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Bob

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