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Apocalypse Now Redux Apocalypse Now Redux
One of cinema's masterpieces has returned to the big screen. With Apocalypse Now Redux, Francis Ford Coppola finally offers his vision of the horror of war in its entirety, sublimating the original version with its missing links.

Badlands Badlands
Made in 1973, Badlands is the first film of Terrence Malick, director of The Thin Red Line. The film retraces the bloody odyssey of a lost young couple in the heart of America's Midwest. Remind you of anything? We'll get to that part later.

Hot Rods to Hell Hot Rods to Hell
A pretext for car chases and 60's rock and roll rebellion, Hot Rods to Hell follows the dangerous journey of a family, which while cruising through the desert, gets harassed by a bunch of teenagers in hot rods.

Night of the Living Dead Night of the Living Dead
When George Romero shot a little black and white film called Night of the Living Dead back in 1968, little did he know that his film would become an instant classic and launch one of the most popular subgenres of modern cinema.

Rollerball Rollerball
Made in 1975, Rollerball, beneath its exterior of a spectacular action film, denounces a voyeuristic society's fascination for violence and supports the assertion of the individual facing an excessive capitalist system.

Sunset Boulevard Sunset Boulevard
Billy Wilder's darkly comic film about the corruption of Hollywood plays on genre conventions of its day to make it a truly progressive and classic American film.

The Third Man The Third Man
Rightly considered a classic of the seventh art, The Third Man is a visual masterpiece that profits from a flamboyant cast, an intriguing story both emotionally and historically as well as a haunting musical score.

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