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Foreign Films

Don't Look Back

When Jeanne (played by Sophia Marceau) tries to write a fiction novel instead of her normal biographies she finds out that it’s not that easy. Her life gets turned upside down when the book is turned down but that was only the tip of the iceberg.... Read more
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Soul of the Sword

Soul of the Sword is another film by the Shaw Brothers that is directed by Hua Shan. Here in Soul of the Sword, the unknown or unnamed swordsman is after the sought after title of being the best swordsman around.... Read more
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Shaolin Rescuers

The legendary Five Venoms come together once more under celebrated director Chang Cheh (The Five Venoms) in Shaolin Rescuers. This spirited 1979 tale of heroism and friendship unites two blue-collar workers against a corrupt priest and his temple-terrorizing minions.... Read more
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The Girl Who Played with Fire

There is an inevitable air of unfinished business hanging over Lisbeth Salander. At the end of the prequel we witnessed Lisbeth leaving Sweden.... Read more
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The Good, The Bad, The Weird

I love being surprised by a movie. I had heard good things about The Good, The Bad, The Weird, but I wasn’t sure what to expect. While I usually dig foreign films, they can sometimes come with cultural aspects or subtleties that don’t always translate well in a film.... Read more
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Darkness (T.M.A.)

I was intrigued when I got this DVD as it was a horror movie from Czechoslovakia, a country from which I’ve never seen a horror movie before.  Because I know that wet females scare the crap out of the Japanese and dead orphans frighten the Spanish like no one’s business.... Read more
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OSS 117: Lost in Rio

A really good sequel is hard; a really good parody sequel is even harder.  What starts off as fresh, innovative and funny quickly becomes trite and dull the second time around.  So having really enjoyed OSS 117: Cairo, Nest of Spies, I worried that OSS 117: Lost in Rio wouldn’t hold up.... Read more
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Ip Man

Ip Man was the first grandmaster of the martial arts fighting style of Wing Chun and was even teacher to the legendary Bruce Lee. The film depicts his life in a Japanese occupied China during the Second Sino-Japanese war.... Read more
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Zift

They call him Moth , a hard-luck brawler paroled after serving time for a murder he didn t commit and turned loose into a city decayed by 20 years of Communism.... Read more
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The White Ribbon

The inhabitants of the fictional German town of Eichwald lead incredibly sad and messed up lives. That’s the basic gist of The White Ribbon. Playing out like some sort of morality tale set in pre-World War I Germany, this is one depressing and unsettling film.... Read more
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